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Inter Milan vs Juventus: Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw

Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw

Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw
Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw

Juventus were sluggish in the first half of the game that led to conceiving an early goal from Inter Milan Radja Nainggolan who scored just seven minutes into the game.

Despite not being impressive, Juventus later equalised through Ronaldo, who throughly has shown he is a good player and a goal scoring machine.

How can we say Ronaldo is good?

Despite being a 5 time World footballer of the year, he has shown that he can play well and score goals in any league of the world.

He just did that with Juventus, an Italian league.

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Inter Milan vs Juventus: Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw

Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw
Ronaldo sets new record in 1-1 draw
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 600th career goal, as Juventus bounced back from an early setback, to claim a 1-1 draw against Inter Milan at the San Siro on Saturday.
Radja Nainggolan fired Inter into the lead with a stunner after just seven minutes, as the champions looked sluggish after claiming the title last week.
Juve were sluggish for most of the first half, but eventually levelled through Ronaldo.
The Portuguese played a ‘one-two’ with Juan Cuadrado, before firing home left-footed for his 600th goal of an outstanding career.
Ronaldo scored most of those goals (450) for Real Madrid.

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