Real Madrid forward Cristiano scored twice as his club came from behind to beat Paris Saint-German 3-1 and keep their hopes of a third straight Champions League crown alive.
His brace against PSG has made the Portuguese become the first player in the Champions league history to score 100 goals for a single club despite speculations by many that the 33-year-old is fading away.
Obviously, he has proved that though 33 he is getting older and losing pace, but he has still got what it takes to rise to big occasions when necessary and put a smile on the faces of Madrid fans and also help keep his manager’s job even when it looked threatened.
Ronaldo has now scored 10 goals and above in seven consecutive Champions League campaigns, which no other player has done so in more than two. He has also scored 20 goals in 12 appearances in the champions league.
Madrid’s only hope of winning a silverware this season is the Champions League, after crashing out of the Copa del Rey following Leganes defeat and currently seated on an uncomfortable position in the laliga.
Ronaldo obviously will be ready to assist club do the magic of becoming the first club to win three consecutive champions league.