Cristiano Ronaldo has taken just three months to get into Juventus’ record books. Ronaldo played his first Serie A match on August 18 and 10 league matches later, he has a record to his name.
Ronaldo has scored seven goals in 10 Serie A matches equalling a record set by Welshman John Charles in the 1957-58 campaign for the Old Lady.
Ronaldo began his campaign in Italy slowly as he went goalless for the first three league matches. However, the Portuguese broke the deadlock against Sassuolo on September 16 with a brace and since then he has never looked back.
After the Sassuolo game, Ronaldo has scored five goals in five matches, including the most recent brace against Empoli that gave Juventus a come-from-behind victory.