Cristiano Ronaldo reached another milestone in his already glittering career by breaking the all-time Champions League appearance record.
The Portugal forward was named in the Manchester United starting line-up for the group stage match against Villarreal at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
In doing so he made his 178th appearance in the competition, moving ahead of former Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas at the top of the standings. The former Real Madrid and Juventus star, a five-time Champions League winner, is the competition’s all-time top scorer with 135 goals.
He also has more knockout-round goals than any other player with a total of 67, while his 17 goals during 2013-14 is the most in a single Champions League campaign.
Ronaldo is the only player to score in three Champions League finals, the only player to score in all six games in a Champions League group stage and the only player to score in 11 straight Champions League games.
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