365SPORTS: Cristiano Ronaldo Sets A New Hard To Break Record At Real Madrid Before Leaving For Juventus [Read Details]

Our Sport Article today on 365MediaHub is all based on the soccer legend, Cristiano Ronaldo who moved from English Premier League [EPL] side, Manchester United after breaking many records and setting some while leaving for Spanish Giants side, Real Madrid for another football experience where his career was also a success.

CR7 as he is popularly called by most of his fans due to how he customizes his sports and fashion wears has inspired so many up and coming footballers and soccer fans all across the globe and no doubt he’s one of the world greatest for the moment talking about the history of football.

The 33 years old football star has won the Ballon d’Or awards 5 times same as his contender who has never left his Barcelona side ever since his awesome football career has begun.

I’m not trying to slander him [Lionel Messi] with my words on what i just said, thats just the simple difference between them anyways, Messi also needs to step out of La Liga to prove soccer fans wrong that Cristiano Ronaldo is far better than him because he has already been through all the top 4 football leagues in the world and conquered it all.

And by the way, he still has the upper hand in winning this year 2018’s Ballon d’Or awards talking of his extra ordinary performance at Real Madrid at the just concluded 2017/18 football season and the part he took in this year’s on going Russia 2018 world cup, that’s a new world record he’s setting that is yet to be broken, what a successful footballer of our time.

This time around we are going to talk about the great step he took moving from his Santiago Bernabeau side to the Italian side, Juventus to go see another world of soccer entirely, what a nice move after setting so many records at Real Madrid.

Below we are listing his On-Pitch performance and his hard-to-be-broken record he left during his 9 years at Real Madrid for those there and are still yet to come.

438 Games, 450 Goals, 131 Assists, 5 Ballon d’Ors & 16 Trophies.

The welcome video below shows how he was welcomed to Juventus;

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