Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Records After Scoring 128th Champions League Goal
Cristiano Ronaldo set new records in the Champions League after scoring his 128th goal in Juventus 3-0 win over Bayern Leverkusen.
Gonzalo Higuain and Federico Bernardeschi gave Juve a two-goal lead at the Allianz Stadium before the five-time Ballon D'or winner added gloss to the scoreline on 88 minutes.
The 34-year-old extended his lead over Lionel Messi at the top of the all-time European goal scorers chart to 16 goals by netting his 128th goal in Turin.
Record 2, No player has more goals against clubs from a specific country in the UCL than Ronaldo.
The former Manchester United man has scored 27 in 25 appearances versus German teams.
Record 3, Ronaldo has now scored in 14 consecutive Champions League seasons; equalling Raul and Messi’s record.
Record 4, Ronaldo has now broken former Real Madrid team-mate Iker Casillas’ record for most Champions League wins of all time.
The victory on Tuesday was his 102nd in European competition.