The Portugese star has netted a total of nine in this opening phase, including at least one strike in every game Madrid have played.
Cristiano Ronaldo has breaking and set new record in Champions League history in the wake of scoring against hapless Borussia Dortmund in Wednesday’s gathering conflict.
Diminish Bosz’s men have been in melancholy shape all through their Group H crusade, and are as of now out of the running for a knockout spot.
What’s more, their troubles were aggravated at an early stage at the Bernabeu when Ronaldo hit home not long after Borja Mayoral opened the scoring to make it 2-0 to the hosts.
The goal implies that Ronaldo has scored in each and every round of the 2017-18 tournament, with a sum of nine strikes up until this point.
No different players had dealt with that accomplishment beforehand since the Champions League received its gathering stage in 1992-3, checking yet another record for the Portugal star.
It was the 32-year-old’s 114th Champions League goal, broadening his record as the opposition’s unsurpassed most elevated scoring player.