After his disastrous spell at Middlesborough came to an end recently, Tony Pulis has been subject to an incredibly ridiculous statistic paired with none other than Juventus hitman Cristiano Ronaldo.
In the past eleven seasons, Pulis has picked up four different managerial jobs in both, the Premier League and Championship. During his tenure at all those clubs, his teams have scored a total of 521 goals.
What is astonishing is that in the same time-gap when Pulis' multiple teams have scored those goals, a solo Cristiano Ronaldo has banged in an insane 542 goals, all by himself.
In the last 11 seasons, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored more goals than Tony Pulis' teams (542-521). https://t.co/uuq916LUPj— Richard Jolly (@RichJolly) May 17, 2019
Richard Jolly is responsible for finding this incredible statistic on the same day when Pulis departed Middlesbrough and Juventus manager Max Allegri announced that he will be leaving Juventus at the end of this season.
Meanwhile, with just two games remaining for the Serie A season to end, Ronaldo has hit 28 goals in his first campaign with Juventus at the age of 34.