SPAIN — Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in Champions League history to record 10 goals in a row, including his breathe taking moment in the 64th minute of Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Joventus.
“Well, for me it was an unbelievable moment,” Ronaldo told UEFA.com after Madrid’s 3-0 UEFA Champions League quarter-final first-leg win. “I have to say thank you a lot – grazie – to all the Juventus supporters. What they did for me was amazing. I’m so happy – thank you. It had never happened to me in my career before.”
Ronaldo has given us an early contender for #UCL Goal of the Week 🔥
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) 3 april 2018
“It was a great goal, fantastic,” the 33-year-old said. “I didn’t expect to score that goal, but let’s speak about the game. I think the game was amazing. We scored three goals against Juve, a great team. We played nice – I helped the team, I scored two goals. It was a great night.”
The Portuguese star striker has now netted 24 in his last 14 UEFA Champions League outings.