Itu Khune reacts to Cristiano Ronaldo smashing records: "Beast"

Itu Khune reacts to Cristiano Ronaldo smashing records: "Beast"

- Itu Khune has taken to social media to honour Cristiano Ronaldo on his latest achievement

- The Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper dubbed Ronaldo a "beast" and added he respected him

- Ronaldo made history by becoming the fastest player to reach 50 Serie A goals

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Cristiano Ronaldo has once again showed why he is regarded as one of the best footballers in the world.

The35-year-old Portuguese footballer broke more records. He became the fastest player to reach 50 Serie A goals in just 61 matches.

The Juventus F.C. star is also the only footballer to ever score 50 goals in the English, Italian and Spanish top flights. Ronaldo's amazing feats inspired one of SA's best player, Itu Khune.

Khune reacted to a tweet by FIFA.com which praised Ronaldo on his newest records. The Kaizer Chiefs captain simply wrote:

"Beast. Respect."
Itu Khune reacts to Cristiano Ronaldo smashing records: "Beast"

Itu Khune applauded "beast" Cristiano Ronaldo after he smashed more records in the world of football. Photo: @itukhune32, @cristiano.
Source: Instagram

Take a look at the post below:

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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported Cristiano Ronaldo's brace was all Juventus needed to overcome stubborn Lazio in their 2-1 win at the Allianz Stadium.

The 35-year-old handed the Old Lady the lead through the spot in the 51st minute after his initial shot was blocked just at the edge of the danger zone. He doubled his side's lead and at the same time completed his double in the game barely three minutes later with a simple tap in.

Argentine playmaker Paulo Dybala set the winger up after making a solo run into the visitor's goal area and then passed the ball to Ronaldo who buried the ball without any issue.

Meanwhile, in other football related news, Lionel Messi has won his seventh La Liga top scorers award after finishing the season with 25 goals.

The Argentine beat Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema to the award, having set the assists record in the Spanish league.

The 33-year-old set a new La Liga assists record with 21 in a season after overtaking former teammate Xavi, who held the record in 2009.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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