Cristiano Ronaldo could lift his fourth UEFA Champions League title and equal Lionel Messi’s record in the competition, but how do the two rivals' overall trophy cabinets compare?
The Portuguese has won the competition three times so far, once with Manchester United and twice with Los Blancos.
If he wins the coveted trophy with Real on Saturday, he would equal Messi's competition record, but, overall, he would remain six titles shy of his rival's trophy cabinet, despite being three years older.
The Argentine recently lifted his 30th senior career title, becoming the most decorated player in Spain history – a record he shares with Andres Iniesta.
Overall, Messi has won four Champions League trophies, eight La Liga titles, five Copa del Reys, seven Supercopa de Espanas, three FIFA Club World Cups and three UEFA Super Cups.
Unlike Ronaldo, the Albiceleste captain is yet to win a senior trophy with his national team, but did claim one U20 FIFA World Cup as well as an Olympic gold medal, which do not count as trophies in his senior career.
The Portuguese, meanwhile, won 10 trophies with Manchester United – one Champions League, three Premier League titles, one FA Cup, two English League Cups, one FIFA Club World Cup and two FA Community Shields – before joining Real.
He has added 12 club titles – two Champions League trophies, two La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys, one Supercopa de Espana, two FIFA Club World Cups and three UEFA Super Cups – since moving to the Santiago Bernabeu.
In addition, Ronaldo also lifted the UEFA European Championship trophy with Portugal in 2016, taking his overall senior career tally to 23 titles.
If Real win the Champions League title on Saturday, they will then qualify for the upcoming UEFA Super Cup as well as the FIFA Club World Cup, which could help Ronaldo cut his deficit on Messi.
Both rivals and their respective clubs will meet each other in the 2017/18 Supercopa de Espana for two El Clasicos at the beginning of next season.
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