Portuguese player inscribes (again) his name in history.
Cristiano Ronaldo sums and follows in records. The 34-year-old Portuguese international once again registered his name in football history by being the first player ever to exceed 125 goals for a club in UEFA competitions.
With three goals at Atletico Madrid in the second leg of the knockout round of the Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo – 161 games – has registered this round number and has moved away from the competition, as Lionel Messi says.
This is because the Argentine is in 2nd in this list with 106 goals scored in 130 games played. In the third place of the podium is Raúl González, with 71 goals scored in a total of 142 meetings.