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Cristiano Ronaldo's latest strike for Juventus has further written the Portuguese into the sport's history books as he set another goal-scoring mark.
Juventus saw Weston McKennie and Paulo Dybala forced out due to injury, but the Serie A champions were able to take the lead through a Danilo strike.
Gregoire Defrel provided the equalizer for 10-man Sassuolo, who were up against it after seeing Pedro Obiang sent off just before halftime.
Unfortunately for Sassuolo, they were unable to overcome their disadvantage, with substitute Aaron Ramsey, who replaced the injured McKennie, firing in the 82nd minute.
Ronaldo then sealed the three points in stoppage time, scoring his 15th goal of the season in the process.
While most goals for the 34-year-old are simply a case of adding another to his already remarkable tally, his latest is another reminder of the Portuguese star's longevity.
With Sunday's goal, Ronaldo became the first player ever to score at least 15 goals in 15 consecutive seasons, having reached that mark in every campaign since 06-07.
Ronaldo has scored 15+ league goals in 15 consecutive seasons
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Another cup clash will follow for Juve as they'll then face Napoli in the Supercoppa Italiana on January 20.