Cristiano Ronaldo sets three Champions League record in Man Utd’s 2-1 defeat to Young Boys

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Cristiano Ronaldo set three Champions League record in Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat to Swiss side Young Boys on Tuesday evening.

Ronaldo’s goal against Young Boys means the Portuguese international has scored 63 goals in just 68 Champions League games since he turned 30. That is 35 goals more than any other player has scored aged 30 or more in Champions League history.

Young Boys are the 36th different team Cristiano Ronaldo has scored against in the UEFA Champions League, with no player scoring against more.

Ronaldo made his 177th UEFA Champions League appearance against Young Boys, equalling Iker Casillas as the player the with the most appearances in the competition’s history.

Ronaldo is definitely greatest player of all time.

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