Juventus player Cristiano Ronaldo has reached yet another Champions League record by scoring against Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday.
The 34-year-old has levelled Raul for the number of sides scored against in the competition, though Lionel Messi is not far behind.
Ronaldo netted in the 88th minute to put the gloss on a comfortable 3-0 win for Juve in Group D at the Allianz Stadium.
The goal meant Ronaldo has now scored against 33 different opponents in the Champions League, equalling the record set by Real Madrid great Raul.
Ronaldo cannot afford to get too comfortable, however, as his great rival Lionel Messi has scored against 32 different teams in his Champions League career.
The Barcelona star could level Ronaldo as soon as Wednesday when Barcelona take on Inter – a team against whom Messi has still yet to find the back of the net.
Ronaldo, meanwhile, continues to shine at Juventus as he has started his second campaign with the Serie A side well.
The 34-year-old has scored four goals in seven appearances in all competitions for Juve, with Tuesday marking his first Champions League goal of the season.
Though he is still firing on all cylinders, Ronaldo dropped a hint on his retirement plans on Tuesday.
Speaking about his future, Ronaldo indicated that he has started to think more about his post-playing career.
“I still love football. I love to entertain the fans and the people who love Cristiano. It doesn’t matter the age, it’s all about mentality,” Ronaldo told Sport Bible.