Saturday’s 2-1 home triumph over Fiorentina has seen Juventus claiming their eighth successive Serie A title – first with Cristiano Ronaldo on their books.
Although the Portugal international missed out on his fourth Champions League title in a row, he has added one more major silverware to his admirable collection.
Arguably one of the best football players ever, the Portuguese superstar has been setting numerous record during his outstanding career.
Former Real Madrid man has now become the first player to win Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A titles, joining his fellow countryman Jose Mourinho, who has achieved the same as a manager though.
After writing down his name in history, Ronaldo has assured everyone in Turin that he is going to play at the Allianz Stadium next season in spite of some recent talks suggesting he may find new accommodation in the summer.
“I’m really happy to have won the Italian title in my first season here. It has been a great season for this Juventus. We also won the Italian Supercup,” said Ronaldo. “We didn’t do so well in the Champions League, but there is always next year.”
With five Serie A fixtures left to go, the 34-year-old is still running for the Capocannoniere award having scored three goals less the Sampdoria’s Fabio Quagliarella, who currently tops scoring charts with 22.