FLORENCE – Cristiano Ronaldo with the goal of the momentary 0-1 scored at Spal has equaled the record belonging to Fabio Quagliarella (2018/19 season) and Gabriel Omar Batistuta (1994/95 season) of 11 consecutive games to score. But there is a substantial difference between Batistuta and the other two.
The purple footballer has scored in eleven straight consecutive games, while Ronaldo and Quagliarella have scored in eleven consecutive games played, with a rest round for both.
Cristiano Ronaldo did not take the field during Juventus' victory over Brescia, while Quagliarella did not play on the occasion of the defeat of his Sampdoria on the Roma field ( Roma 4-1 Sampdoria of 11/11/2018).
Batistuta: “Cristiano Ronaldo? I have not rested … ".
Batistuta wanted to trace the difference between his record and that of the Portuguese champion through this message posted on social networks: “Congratulations to Cristiano for the record. The only thing is that resting seems easier to me. "
Batistuta has scored 300 goals in 553 games with club teams, with the Argentina national football team has played 77 games and scored 54 goals. In Italy he wore the shirts of Fiorentina (from 1991 to 2000), Rome (from 2000 to 2003) and Inter (in the second half of 2003). Then he ended his career with the Al Arabi shirt where he scored 25 goals in 21 games.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano