John Charles was the last Juventus player to get 10 goals inside their first 14 rounds with the club, a feat Cristiano Ronaldo has achieved.
Cristiano Ronaldo achieved a notable landmark on Saturday when scoring his 10th goal of the Serie A season against Fiorentina.
Ronaldo converted a late penalty in Juventus' 3-0 win, keeping the reigning champions firmly on course to pick up yet another Scudetto.
In doing so, the former Real Madrid forward became the first Juve player to register at least 10 goals inside 14 rounds of his maiden Serie A campaign since John Charles, back in 1957-58.
10 - Prior to Cristiano Ronaldo, the last Juventus player able to score at least 10 goals in his first Serie A season after MD14 was John Charles in 1957/58. Legend.#FiorentinaJuventus #SerieA pic.twitter.com/ByuEe1JtRn— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) December 1, 2018
Rodrigo Bentancur and Giorgio Chiellini were also on target in Juve's latest win, which took them 11 points clear at the top of the table.