TURIN – Cristiano Ronaldo blows out 35 candles today, but continues to score as if he were a twenty year old.
In the 3-0 draw from Juventus to Fiorentina, accompanied by the scorching controversy over arbitrage, there is once again the signature of CR7, to score nine consecutive games equaling the record of David Trezeguet.
Fourteen goals in the last nine games, five of which on penalty, have allowed the Portuguese to reach a total of 50 goals in black and white, the second fastest ever in modern Italian football after Shevchenko to cross this prestigious goal.
Cristiano Ronaldo turns 35, Juventus wishes.
We could quote its numbers, extraordinary and impressive, or perhaps we could sift through the list of existing adjectives, to find the most suitable ones to describe it.
The truth, however, is that Cristiano Ronaldo, who today celebrates his second Juventus birthday, has long since gone beyond the describable and his way of understanding sport is perfectly intertwined with our DNA: work culture, desire to improve day by day and an insatiable hunger for success.
CR7 has been wearing our shirt for a year and a half and together we have lived unforgettable moments, with the constant feeling that the best is yet to come.
He gave us crazy goals , exulted with him 50 times, scoring practically all the opponents faced with our shirt, in Italy and in Europe: only four teams came out unscathed from face to face with the black and white Cristiano, who has just equaled the David Trezeguet's record, scoring nine league games in a row.
All together, in chorus, as when we accompany him in his celebrated exultation: happy birthday, Cristiano!
Florentino Perez, Alex Ferguson and Joao Felix: best wishes to Cr7.
"Congratulations to the best player in the world, we remember you very much": so his former Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, in a message to the Portuguese newspaper 'Record', today wanted to send his birthday wishes to Cristiano Ronaldo who turns 35 today years.
Together with the n.1 blancos, the best wishes also came from his young national team mates João Felix ("You are the best player in the world") and from Sir Alex Ferguson, his mentor at the time of Manchester United, who called him "a great player and, above all, a great man "(source Ansa).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano