Day in day out we have habit of hearing that ronaldo broke record and it’s no different night in UCL. The Portuguese star sets a new record of scoring in all group stages games scoring a total of nine in the process.
No previous player prior to the game has scored in all six group games, but it took Ronaldo just 12 minutes to find the net against Dortmund, and it was one to remember for numerous reasons.He received the ball on the edge of the box, looked up and curled a magnificent effort into the top corner, giving Roman Burki no chance.
Ronaldo now has a total of 60 UCL group stage goals levelling with his arch rival leo messi.It was the 32-year-old’s 114th Champions League goal, extending his record as the competition’s all-time highest scoring player.
Ronaldo’s goals in Europe, however were not sufficient to seal top spot in Group H for his team. Madrid went into their final game knowing they were guaranteed second place behind Tottenham and rested several stars against Dortmund – although ever-motivated Ronaldo was not among those left out.