Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 10th goal since joining Juventus on the weekend, and broke a club record along the way.
The Portuguese forward scored the Bianconeri’s opening goal in their 2-0 win over Spal on Saturday, helping the Serie A champions extend their lead over second-placed Napoli.
The goal was Ronaldo’s 10th strike in all competitions for Juventus, making him the fastest player in the club’s history to reach 10 goals, according to Juve’s official Twitter account.
Nine of Ronaldo’s 10 strikes have come in Serie A, while the other came in the UEFA Champions League.
He also became the first Juventus player to score nine goals in just 13 Serie A games since Pietro Anastasi in 1968/69, according to Opta Sports.
Juventus have won 12 of their 13 games in Serie A this season, drawing the other, and are eight points ahead of second-placed Napoli, who dropped two points ion the weekend after failing to beat bottom-placed Chievo at home.