Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has once again written his name in the UEFA Champions League history books after breaking another of the competition's all-time records.
The Portuguese striker, who is currently the leading goalscorer in UCL history, became the first player to win 100 games in the competition on Tuesday night.
He collected the milestone win with Juve's 1-0 victory over Valencia, and has now won more Champions League matches than his current side – the Serie A giants have won 91 games in the competition so far.
Only four clubs having won more UCL games than Ronaldo has: Real Madrid, with 155 wins; FC Barcelona, with 141; Bayern Munich, with 132; and Manchester United, who collected their 117th UCL victory on Tuesday.
Note: Only Champions League games since the change in format in 1992 were considered for this article.
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