Cristiano Ronaldo's son follows his step with 58 goals for Juventus academy (video)

Cristiano Ronaldo's son follows his step with 58 goals for Juventus academy (video)

- Cristiano Ronaldo's son is also following his father's goal-scoring spree

- The 9-year-old has been impressive for Juventus academy, scoring 58 goals in 28 games

- Cristiano Jr has also recorded 18 assists for the Turin young side since joining in 2018

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If anything could be said of Ronaldo's legacy in football, apart from his enviable goal-scoring prowess which has seen him hit a record-breaking 700 career goals in a spree of 973 matches, his son Cristiano Jr would also be at centre of discussion.

The Portuguese star came to Juventus after disagreeing with Real Madrid hierarchy in 2018 with his 9-year-old son also joining the Turin youth academy.

And like father like son, Cristiano Jr also boasts of an impressing goal-scoring run in what has been likened to Ronaldo's brilliance in his heydays.

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According Mirror UK quoting Football Talent Scout, a Twitter account monitoring the best young players from all around the world, Cristiano Jnr has grabbed fantastic 58 goals in just 28 games for Juve under-9s.

More to this, the youngster's incredible form has further seen him record 18 assists in the process ever since he netted four times on his debut for the Juventus academy in September 2018.

To the joy of Ronaldo who has seen his son follow his step, the Portuguese star has made a claim that it would be his dream to see his son better than him.

"I hope that Cris, my son, can be like his dad. He says he is going to be better (than me), but I think it's difficult," the 34-year-old said.

"I am very happy to have scored, for him too. He is playing for Juventus and adapting really well, it has been easier for him than for me," Ronaldo proudly remarked.

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Meanwhile, had reported that Cristiano Ronaldo sent new pair of boots each to the Portugal's U17 Women's team for their performance reaching the elite round of Euro 2020 qualification.

The Juventus international was so glad for their success and feels the girls need to be encouraged for them to achieve more.

In other stories, a recent photo has surfaced online of Ghana’s highest serving convict, Raymond Ayittey, who became famed as Atta Ayi owing to being one of the country’s most wanted criminals.

According to Pulse Ghana, on February, 2005, Atta Ayi was arrested following a tip-off by his niece for a different crime he had committed. And in 2005, Atta Ayi was sentenced to 160 years in prison with hard labour on the charges of robbery and conspiracy to rob by Supreme Court Judge, Justice Baffoe-Bonnie.

Currently, Ataa Ayi is serving 160 years at the Ankaful Maximum security prisons in Cape Coast, Central region.

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