Juventus 2-2 Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks One Of Lionel Messi’s Records For A Change

Chris Wright

6th, November 2013


By Chris Wright

Italy Soccer Champions League

In the act of grabbing Real Madrid’s first goal of the night in their 2-2 draw with Juventus in Turin last night, Cristiano Ronaldo finally got round to breaking one of Lionel Messi’s many, many performance records – overtaking the Barcelona man in the ‘most Champions League goals scored in a calendar year’ stakes.

Yes indeedy. With his goal against Juve, Ronaldo moved on to 14 goals scored in the competition in 2013 (he already has eight in just four games so far this campaign) which is one more than the previous record of 13, set by Messi in 2012.

And lo, witness the future of football: Ronaldo and Messi going tit for tat, systematically breaking then re-breaking records between them for the rest of bloody time.

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  1. herman barro says:

    For a long time now so many people, have not been able see to the quality of CR7.But this time will be his moment.i dont see how with all his talent and goal scoring records he has not been able to win even the Eauropean player of the year, please some attention should be given to him for we wont see such a player like him for a long time to come.He is one of the all time greatest.

  2. Anonymous says:

    i agree

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