He may not have led Juventus to the UEFA Champions League title, but he surely managed to earn himself a piece of football history.
Earlier today, Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo won his first Serie A title with Juventus, as the bianconeri defeated Fiorentina as a balm for being eliminated from the continental competition.
With today's Serie A title, Cristiano Ronaldo became the only player in history to win league titles in the English Premier League, La Liga, and in the Italian top flight.
This trophy also gave CR7 a chance to reach 30 major titles in his career.
Cristiano Ronaldo has now won trophies in his career.— MKnaldo7 (@MKnaldo7) April 20, 2019
One of the most diverse trophy collections a player has ever won. pic.twitter.com/Me8IhIJGG3
During Juventus' title celebrations, Cristiano tried to end all speculation surrounding his future, especially after several reports stating that he would not see the end of his contract with the bianconeri, which is set to conclude in 2022.
"I am very happy to win my first Scudetto and I'm very happy to be the first player in history to win Europe's Top 3 leagues. We won the Supercoppa & now the Serie-A. We did well in the UCL but couldn't win it. We'll be better next year. I'm very happy at Juve. Will I stay at Juventus next season? 1000%," the footballer said.