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Juventus vs Spezia ... Cristiano Ronaldo sets a record in "Big 5"

The Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, the Juventus striker, continued to set records, after scoring a goal from his team's hat-trick against his guest team Spezia during the match that ended a short while ago, at the "Allianz" stadium, in the opening matches of the 25th round of the Italian league for the current season 2020 - 2021.

Ronaldo scored Juventus’s third goal against Spezia in the 89th minute of the match, with a strong shot to the left of the goalkeeper, to reinforce his top scorer for the Italian league this season with 20 goals, two goals ahead of Romelu Lukaku, the runner-up scorer for Inter Milan with 18 goals.

The "Opta" network specialized in monitoring statistics said that Ronaldo became the first player in history to succeed in scoring 20 goals or more in the last 12 seasons in the big five leagues "Big 5".

Juventus vs Spezia


A goalless draw settled the first half of the match, and Juventus was the most in control of the course of the game, and a goal scored by Juventus player Chiesa canceled after 9 minutes after the start of the match, due to the presence of offside.

Spezia's left post deprived Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo from scoring a goal in the 42nd minute, after blocking a powerful shot.

In the second half, Spanish striker Alvaro Morata succeeded in opening goals for Juve in the 62nd minute, one minute after entering a substitute, to follow Bernardesky's cross against Spezia, his first goal in Calcio during 2021, and his last goal was against Parma on December 19.

The "Opta" network, which specializes in monitoring statistics, stated that Morata's goal was the fastest for a replacement player for Juventus in the history of the Italian League, 60 seconds after entering the stadium.

Federico Chiesa added the second goal of the old lady in the 71st minute, and Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo concluded the Juventus hat-trick in the 89th minute of the match, with a powerful shot that fell to the left of Spezia's goalkeeper.

Juventus goalkeeper Chesney saved a penalty kick for Spezia in the sixth minute of time, instead of stoppage, which was hit by Andre Galapinov.

Juventus raised its score to 49 points in third place in the Italian league table, with a postponed match remaining for him with Napoli, 7 points behind Inter Milan, the leader with 56 points, while Spezia's balance stopped at 25 points in the fourteenth place.