Cristiano Ronaldo received his award for being named Serie A Player of the Year on Sunday,
one of three trophies lifted by Juventus on a celebratory day in Turin.
Cristiano Ronaldo was given the Serie A Player of the Year trophy at halftime of a match against Atalanta,
which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Ronaldo tallied 21 goals and eight assists in 31 Serie A appearances in his first season in Italy after moving from Spain.
Real Madrid certainly missed him, scoring exactly 31 fewer goals in 2018-19,
the amount Ronaldo accounted for in last season’s LaLiga campaign.
Ronaldo didn’t win the Italian Golden Boot, which will likely go to Fabio Quagliarella after the 36-year-old scored
26 goals for Sampdoria. There is still one more match left to play this season.