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Cristiano Ronaldo crowned Juventus MVP of the Year

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Juventus fans have named Cristiano Ronaldo as the club’s best player of the 2020/21 campaign.

Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Juventus MVP of the Year following another goal-laden campaign.

Despite turning 36 years old in February, Ronaldo has arguably had his best season in Turin. When a player his age should be in decline, he instead continues to raise the bar. It’s impressive stuff and the Juve fans have acknowledged it.

Of course, Sunday was another historic day. Not only did Juventus secure Champions League football, but Ronaldo won his first Capocannoniere award with a league-best of 29 goals.

The Portuguese ace is now the first player in history to win the Golden Boot in the Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A.

Ronaldo also chipped in another seven goals in other competitions, including four goals in the Champions League, to bring his overall tally for the season up to 36 goals in only 44 appearances.

Juan Cuadrado, meanwhile, won the MVP of the Month award for May.