Cristiano Ronaldo made history this week by becoming the first player to score 100 goals in the Champions League.
The Real Madrid superstar brought up the century with a hat-trick as Los Blancos beat Bayern Munich 4-2 at the Bernabeu on Tuesday night to reach the semi-finals.
The landmark is just one of a number of records the 32-year-old has set in the competition, including the most goals in a single group stage (11 in 2015-16), most goals in the knockout stage (42 to date) and most goals in a single season (17 in 2013-14).
In addition, he is the only player to score 15 or more goals in two Champions League campaigns, the only player to score three-hat-tricks in the competition in the same season and the only player to score for two different winning finalists, having struck against Chelsea for Manchester United in 2008 and against Atletico Madrid for Real in 2014.
We’ve picked out a dozen of his best goals against Europe’s elite, which will then help you in our quiz to see if you can name every opponent Ronaldo has scored against.
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