Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice this week for Real Madrid in their Champions League semi-finals second leg against Bayern Munich. It helped Madrid get to the Champions League final, but it also set a new record for most goals in one Champions League season. The previous record was held by his La Liga rival, Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona.
“I was looking for it and I knew I needed one goal but I was not going to be mad if it didn’t happen,” Ronaldo said, via Goal.com. “It was a great ball from Bale. The whole team helped me.
“I’m really happy to break the Champions League record but what I want is to win it and we’re very excited.”
If you missed any of those goals, you can watch all 16 of Ronaldo’s goals in one video montage below.
[h/t] The Big Lead
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