Buffon, Rebic, Immobile and the Best Records Set in Serie A Round 36

Calcio fans were treated with another exciting midweek, as Serie A Round 36 produced some thrilling encounters all over the Italian peninsula.

Moreover, several interesting records were set during this matchday, including one by the legendary Gianluigi Buffon.

Although Juventus managed to secure a vital victory against Sassuolo, things could have turned out differently if wasn’t for the iconic goalkeeper who saved Domenico Berardi’s spot kick.

According to ilBianconero, the 43-year-old has now become the oldest shot-stopper to save a penalty kick in Serie A history, breaking Francesco Antonioli’s record that was set in 2012 at the age of at 42 years, 5 months and 26 days.

Elsewhere, Ante Rebic completed a personal hattrick in Milan’s 7-0 demolition of Torino. According to MilanNews, the Croatian’s three goals were scored within the space of 12 minutes, which is the fastest hattrick scored for the Rossoneri since Andriy Shevchenko in 2000, who scored his goals in the space of just six minutes.

In the Italian capital, Ciro Immobile gifted Lazio the victory against Parma with the very last kick of the match. The striker scored his 150th goal for the club, and his 20th in Serie A this season.

Therefore, the former Juventus, Dortmund, Sevilla and Torino man has become the first player to score 20+ goals for the Biancocelesti in four different seasons.

Additionally in round 36, Adam Ounas became the author of the fastest Serie A goal scored by Crotone, as he broke the deadlock for the Calabrian side against Hellas Verona.

It should also be mentioned that Cristiano Ronaldo became the fastest Juventus player to ever reach the 100 goals landmark, only needing three season to complete his century.

Nonetheless, his teammate Paulo Dybala soon joined him in the 100 club, but the Argentine is currently is in the midst of his sixth season with the Bianconeri.

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