Juventus wins record-setting 8th consecutive title / Ronaldo becomes first player to win top flight in 3 leagues

Juventus wins record-setting 8th consecutive title, Ronaldo becomes first player to win top flight in 3 leagues

Juventus won its 8th consecutive Serie A title over the weekend with a victory over Fiorentina.

The Turin side became the first team of all five top leagues in Europe (Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1, Premier League, and Serie A) to win the title eight years in a row. Juve was previously tied with Lyon at seven consecutive league titles.

Juventus wins record-setting 8th consecutive title
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With the Bianconeri’s latest dominance, the €100 million Portuguese star Ronaldo also became the first player to win Europe’s top 3 leagues: Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A.

Juventus wins record-setting 8th consecutive title
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His 19 strikes make him the team’s top-leading scorer although Juve’s early exit from the Champions League put an end to Ronaldo’s eight consecutive semi-final appearances.

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