Cristiano Ronaldo put in another stellar performance in the UEFA Champions League against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, breaking four competition records along the way and reaching a massive Real Madrid milestone.
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The Portuguese netted all three goals as his side thumped cross-town rivals Atletico 3-0 in the first leg of their semi-final on Tuesday night.
With his third strike, he took his tally to 400 strikes since joining Los Blancos in 2009, as confirmed by the club.
With his first goal, Ronaldo became the first player to score 50 times in the Champions League knockout stages, taking this tally to 52 by the end of the match.
He also broke two records set by Alfredo Di Stefano – he overtook the Real legend for most goals scored in the Champions League quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals, having now scored 35 times in these stages of the competition, three more than Di Stefano did, and also took his semi-final tally to 13 goals, bettering Di Stefano's record of 11.
With the completion of his hat-trick, Ronaldo also became the first player to score back-to-back hat-tricks in the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Last, but certainly not least, he also extended his own record of being the all-time top scorer in the Madrid derby, taking his tally to 21, four more than previous record holder Di Stefano.
Overall, he has now scored 103 goals in the Champions League (51 in the group stage and 52 in the knockout stages), three more than Tuesday's rivals Atletico have scored in the competition altogether.
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