These shorts were worn by Cristiano Ronaldo during the “Supercoppa Italiana”. The 2020 Supercoppa Italiana (branded as the PS5 Supercup for sponsorship reasons) was the 33rd edition of the Supercoppa Italiana, the Italian football super cup. It was played on 20 January 2021 for the first time at the Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia, between Juventus, the winners of the 2019–20 Serie A championship, and Napoli, the winners of the 2019–20 Coppa Italia. Juventus won the match 2–0 and claimed their ninth Supercoppa Italiana title. Juventus made its ninth consecutive Supercoppa Italiana appearance, and 16th overall. They had a 4–4 record during this run, and were 8–7 overall. Napoli took part in the competition for the fourth time, having already participated as Serie A champions once (1990) and as Coppa Italia winners twice (2012, 2014). Napoli won two of the previous three editions in which they played. On all three occasions Juventus had been the opponent. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring in the 64th minute when a corner from the left broke to him off the back of Napoli’s Tiémoué Bakayoko, he finished to the net from six yards out. Napoli was awarded a penalty kick in the 80th minute, but with a chance to tie the game at 1–1, Lorenzo Insigne missed the net, wide to the left. Álvaro Morata made it 2–0 in the 5th minute of added time with a low shot to the net from the right, after Juan Cuadrado ran into the penalty area and drew goalkeeper David Ospina before passing to him. This match set also an important record in football history. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Juventus and with this goal, he also took his overall goal tally to 760. After the 760th goal, Cristiano Ronaldo is being regarded as the greatest goal-scorer of all-time in professional football (most goals scored by a player for club and country). The title of the greatest goalscorer is much contested, and global governing body FIFA does not keep an official record, according to Reuters. However, it has been reported that Ronaldo has gone past Austro-Czech Josef Bican’s tally of 759 goals. Bican, as well as Brazilian strikers Pele and Romario, scored in excess of 1,000 goals during their careers but those statistics include strikes in amateur, unofficial and friendly matches. Lionel Messi is not far behind on the list as the Barcelona star has netted 719 goals for club and country, put together.