Ronaldo’s goal declared as the best goal of the year
Cristiano Ronaldo’s long-range goal against Olympique Lyonnais has been declared as the best goal of the UEFA Champions League year 2019-20 season by fans. The UEFA website, Europe’s top football governing body, listed the 10 goals initially selected. Football fans have chosen the best from there.
According to UEFA, the total number of votes cast is more than four lakh. Ronaldo moved to Italy in 2016 with the goal of winning the Champions League in Juventus jersey. However, his dream is still elusive.
Juvra left the quarter-finals of the competition last time. This time their journey has stopped in the last sixteen. Juventus could not reach the quarter-finals even though Ronaldo added a pair in the return leg against Lyon. They were eliminated in the goal difference.
However, the 35-year-old star’s second goal in that match was dazzling. That’s what got the most votes in the UEFA audience survey. Ronaldo got the ball out of the D-box in the 70th minute of the second half at the Allianz Stadium. He took a strong shot with his left foot forward in the landscape.
Although he jumped, the goalkeeper had no chance to return the shot of the Portuguese forward. Ronaldo, excited by the good news, announced the victory of Europe before the start of the new season. He is the best performer of the team in the 2019-20 season; The second-highest scorer in Serie A and the team’s top scorer with 31 goals in 33 matches. He was the hero of victory in many matches.
Ronaldo is not willing to fail in any way in the coming season, even though he left this time with an unfortunate partner. “I’m getting ready for the third season for Juventus and my aspirations are as high as ever,” he told his teammates on Instagram ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Goals, wins, promises, dedication, professionalism. We will work hard to conquer Italy, Europe, and the world again with all our might and with the invaluable help of our teammates and all the Juventus staff. “
The message also found evidence of Ronaldo’s strong morale to elevate himself with regular hard work. He wants to build new fame in the path ahead, ‘record-breaking. Overcoming obstacles. Winning titles and pursuing personal goals. Do something more and do a little better.
We have to go higher and win all the challenges ahead. ‘ Juventus, the two-time European champions in their history, won their last title in the 1995-96 season. The most successful club in Serie A has signed the best footballer of the year five times in 2016 with a transfer fee of 100 million Euros to end the drought of almost two decades.