After inspiring Juventus to a 3-1 Coppa Italia win over AS Roma on Wednesday, Cristiano Ronaldo added yet another milestone to his ever-expanding collection.
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Ronaldo continued his free-scoring form since the turn of the year by opening the scoring in the Bianconeri's midweek win, helping his side progress to the semi-finals of the competition. His effort was his first in the Coppa Italia, and means he has now scored in an incredible 14 different club competitions throughout his career.
That tally began in Portugal, where Ronaldo scored three goals in the Primeira Liga and twice in the Taca de Portugal, before earning a move to Premier League giants Manchester United in 2003. There, he scored 84 Premier League goals, 17 across the FA Cup and League Cup, and the first 16 of his 129 UEFA Champions League goals to date, as well as his first at the FIFA Club World Cup.
A then world-record transfer to Real Madrid followed in 2009, where Ronaldo scored 450 goals across the next nine seasons, netting in new competitions such as LaLiga, the Copa del Rey and the Spanish and UEFA Super Cups.
At Juventus, he has since added the Serie A and the Italian Super Cup to the list of competitions he has scored in, with the Coppa Italia becoming the latest tournament to have fallen to the five-time Ballon d'Or winner's goalscoring prowess.
The 34-year-old has also scored in four international competitions with Portugal, namely the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship, and the FIFA Confederations Cup and UEFA Nations League, while also netting in the qualifiers for the former two competitions and a host of friendlies.
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