Six Months at Juventus: A Look at Cristiano Ronaldo’s Numbers for the Serie A Giants | ht_media

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Footballing superstar Cristiano Ronaldo completed six months at Juventus on the 10th of January and has been a hit for his new club, impressing everyone with his performances and by the way he has adjusted to life in the Serie A.

Here, we take a look at his numbers for the Italian giants so far.

1. Ronaldo has settled in quite well in Italy

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Cristiano Ronaldo moved to Juventus from Real Madrid in the summer and has since then has settled in nicely, netting 14 goals and registering five assists in 19 games in the Serie A so far.

2. 5 Man of the Match awards

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The 33-year-old no doubt has influenced proceedings in the Serie A as seen by his performances, with the striker being awarded five Man of the Match awards. Ronaldo, no doubt will be looking to add more such awards to his kitty in the near future.

3. Good pass completion rate

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Ronaldo has been criticised in the past for not passing the ball to his fellow teammates, with many claiming that he tends to be selfish and look to score himself. However, this is not true as the numbers show that he has a 85.3 percent pass completion rate, no doubt seen by the number of assists he has provided so far.

4. Yet to fire in the Champions League

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The all-time goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League, Ronaldo is yet to fire for Juventus in the competition this season, managing just one goal in five group games, while registering two assists.

There is no doubt that he will add to his tally when the knockout stage starts and the season progresses.

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