Cristiano Ronaldo has broken new ground in the history of the Champions League after scoring against the hapless Borussia Dortmund in the clash on Wednesday.
Peter Bosz's men have been in unfortunate form during their Group H campaign, and they are already out of the running for a Knockout.
That goal meant that Ronaldo has scored in each group game of the 2017-18 campaign, with a total of nine strikes so far.
No other player had achieved that feat previously since the Champions League adopted its group stage in 1992-3, setting another record for the Portugal star.
It was the 32nd goal of the 32-year-old's Champions League, extending his record as the highest scoring player of all time.
While Ronaldo is the favorite to claim a fifth Golden Ball on Thursday, he has pr Although prolific in Europe, he has scored only two goals in 10 league appearances this season.
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The objectives of Ronaldo in Europe, however, have not been enough to seal the first place in Group H for his team.
Madrid entered their final game knowing they were guaranteed second place behind Tottenham and several stars against Dortmund, although Ronaldo was not among those left out.