Ronaldo once again shone and set records in the Champions League when Juventus competed against Ajax at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
This morning (April 11), Juventus created a big advantage before the Champions League quarter-final match in 2018/19 with Ajax thanks to a 1-1 draw. The scorer for Bianconeri was none other than Cristiano Ronaldo and was still a successful header.
The combat situation in the final official minute of the first half helped CR7 have 125 goals in the Champions League. He continues to hold the record for the greatest striker in the history of the club’s most prestigious former continent with 17 more goals than Lionel Messi.
This is Ronaldo ‘s 64th phase in the knock – out matches in the Champions League. He continues to outstrip the second ranked Messi to 22 in this statistic (Messi has 42 ‘shootings’ in the Champions League knockout matches).
Head-to-head goal at Johan Cruyff Arena also saw the eighth goal of a 34-year-old superstar when playing Ajax in the Champions League. Thus, Ronaldo became a player that Ajax must receive the most goals in the history of the league (8 goals in 6 matches). Behind CR7 in this statistic is Messi (7 goals) and Robert Lewandowski (5 goals).
With a 1-1 draw at the Johan Cruyff Arena with an away goal ‘making capital’ that the Golden Ball won, Juventus had too many advantages before the rematch at Allianz Stadium after another week.