Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo continued his stellar form in finals by scoring the game’s only goal in Italian Supercoppa triumph over Milan on Wednesday.
Ronaldo’s header in the 61st minute sealed a 1-0 victory in Jeddah as the Portugal star clinched his first trophy with the Bianconeri in the lowest-scoring Supercoppa final since 2007.The goal meant that Ronaldo has now scored eight times in his last seven finals.
Wednesday’s Supercoppa win continued a strong first season with Juve for Ronaldo by having scored 16 goals in all competitions for the Bianconeri.
Speaking to Rai Sport after the match, Massimiliano Allegri hailed the Portuguese, stating that decisive goals are precisely the reason the Italian champions signed him.
The Bianconeri will continue their quest for their eighth consecutive Serie A title when they take on Chievo on Monday.