CRISTIANO RONALDO has won a staggering 34 trophies in his career and that’s not including his pile of individual awards.
The Portuguese superstar won the Coppa Italia with Juventus on Wednesday night to complete his Italian Grand Slam.
The Portuguese legend has bagged 34 trophies so far in his career
Cristiano Ronaldo, Gigi Buffon and the rest of the Juventus team celebrate after winning the Coppa Italia
Ronaldo’s latest piece of silverware comes amid rumours linking him with a summer departure.
But he put all that to one side during dressing room celebrations after Juve’s 2-1 win over Atalanta on Wednesday night.
Ronnie was pictured alongside his jubilant team-mates dancing in his pants and singing at the top of his voice.
Goals from Dejan Kulusevski and Federico Chiesa sealed the 2-1 victory as Atalanta narrowly missed out on winning the trophy for the first time since 1963.
But as is often the case, the focus was on Ronnie after the match and his impressive trophy haul.
The Coppa Italia is the forward’s fifth Italian trophy – adding to the two Serie A titles and the two Italian Super Cups he has already won.
He picked up FIVE Champions League medals during his time with Manchester United and Real Madrid.
The 36-year-old also cleaned up domestically in Spain – winning two LaLiga titles, two Copa del Reys and two Spanish Super Cups.
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He kicked off his career with a Portuguese Super Cup at Sporting Lisbon before the fun really began.
After his move to Old Trafford, he claimed Premier League title glory three times.
He also added an FA Cup, two League Cups and two Charity Shield winners medals to his pile of silverware.
And the 2008 Club World Cup was the first of his career before he added three more at the Bernabeu.
Ronnie also won three Uefa Super Cups with Los Blancos but his finest achievements are arguably those achieved with Portugal.
They won Euro 2016 with Ronnie almost single-handedly dragging his nation to the final.
And he added his second on the international stage with the 2019 Nations League.
Gian Piero Gasperini’s men started well and could have gone ahead in the opening stages of Juve’s win over Atalanta in the final if not for some strong goalkeeping work from 43-year-old Gianluigi Buffon, who is leaving Turin this summer.
But it was Juve who opened the scoring through Kulusevski in the 31st minute.
The goal seemed to spur Atalanta on, and they soon found themselves back level.
Ruslan Malinovskiy was the man of the moment minutes before half-time as his rocket from distance restored parity.
However, Juventus came out the better side in the second half and started to dominate the ball.
And Juventus went ahead for the second time in the 73rd minute when Chiesa fired a smart finish past Pierluigi Gollini.
His strike sparked wild scenes of celebration on the touchline, with Andrea Pirlo and Paulo Dybala hugging fiercely just seconds before the Argentine came on to replace goalscorer Chiesa.
Atalanta huffed and puffed for the final stages of the game as they took off numerous defenders for more forwards.
But Juventus introduced a back three with Leonardo Bonucci to shut up shop and see out the win.
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