Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice after coming on as a substitute against Spezia.
Juventus were again heading for a 1-1 draw until Cristiano Ronaldo arrived from the bench. This time, he was clear of coronavirus and in top form.
It took only 126 seconds for Ronaldo to hit the back of he next after almost three weeks off the pitch.
17 minutes later, he converted a Panenka penalty for his second after fellow substitute Adrien Rabiot had all but secured a welcome victory.
With these two goals Ronaldo has now scored 744 goals and sits just behind Pele in second place on the All-Time Top Goal scorer List.
Pele scored 757 goals officially and Ronaldo will be looking to pass him this season as he is only 13 goals behind.
Here are the Top 10 players who have scored the most goals in Football history
10. Arthur Friedenreich – 554 goals
9. Ferenc Deak – 558 goals
8. Eusebio – 615 goals
7. Josef Bican – 636 goals
6. Ferenc Puskas – 706 goals
5. Lionel Messi – 708 goals
4. Gerd Muller – 720 goals
3. Romario – 734 goals
2. Cristiano Ronaldo – 742 goals
1. Pele – 757 goals