Cristiano Ronaldo may be struggling for goalscoring form in the league but he has absolutely no such problems in the Champions League.
He was at it again on Wednesday, scoring Real Madrid’s second against Borussia Dortmund and doing it in some style too.
The Portuguese had been giving Marc Bartra trouble since the game started and he managed to isolate Bartra on the edge of the box before firing into the corner.
Cristiano Ronaldo just scored this beauty against Dortmund pic.twitter.com/DyQ5bOcT13
— RMadrid Rey (@RMadridRey) December 6, 2017
The goal means Ronaldo has become the first player ever to score in all six group stage games in a Champions League season.
It was also his 60th career goal in the group stages of the tournament, which equals the record that was held by Lionel Messi.
Ronaldo also extended his lead at the top of this season’s Champions League goalscoring charts. He now has nine — three more than any other player.
What a banger from Ronaldo! First player to score in all six group games. pic.twitter.com/NFvySeNNMy
— Öliver. (@UtdOliver) December 6, 2017