"We knew it was going to be a hard game, Lazio have had a great season so far", Ronaldo told Juventus' website after the victory. As a outcome, he became the first Juventus player to reach the 30-goal mark in 68 years.
"When Cristiano smells blood, He is extraordinary, as he recovers so quickly between games", Sarri told Sky Sport Italia after the game.
Ronaldo grabbed the first goal from the penalty spot just after the break and was handed a tap-in three minutes later by teammate Paulo Dybala.
"Records are always important, but what matters is the team". "We had a great opportunity playing at home; we could have scored more, but we played a good match".
Most pressingly, Ronaldo's goals on Monday sent Juventus eight points clear atop Serie A, and a record-extending ninth consecutive league title seems all but assured. "There are four games left and we know that Serie A is a hard championship".
Lazio are seated at the fourth place now in the league standings with 69 points.
Tesla Slashes Model Y Price as Pandemic Weighs on Auto Sector
The flagship Performance version is now not only $1,000 or over 1.6% cheaper, but also gets the Performance Package standard. The standard range version would simply have too little range, and therefore, according to Elon Musk , no right to exist.
Apple Twitter account hacked in Bitcoin scam campaign
The fake messages that appeared on the accounts of other famous personalities made similar promises of instant riches. A statement provided by Gates said that the tweets appeared "to be part of a larger issue that Twitter is facing".
California Governor Orders Widespread Closures of Businesses Over CCP Virus
Cases have increased 47% over the past two weeks, while hospital admissions have jumped 28% during the same period. Some counties in the state must close gyms, hair salons, worship services and malls again.
Before the lockdown, only one point separated these two teams at the top of the table, but the gap has since opened up considerably.
During an even first half, Alex Sandro headed against the post for Juve and Immobile thumped a low shot against the foot of the upright for Lazio in what was a rare sight of goal for the Italy striker.
Immobile converted the penalty himself and Szczesny denied Lazio an equaliser when he palmed away a Sergej Milinkovic-Savic free kick. For United, he netted 118 goals in 292 games, while for Real, Ronaldo scored 450 goals in 438 games.
Ronaldo nearly made it three but his header came back off the crossbar, and Lazio found a way back into the game with seven minutes to go.
Ciro Immobile pulled one back from the spot for Lazio late on, however it wasn't enough to stop Juve securing a vital win and move to within just four points of the Scudetto.