Cristiano Ronaldo's Champions League Goals In The Quarter-Finals Are Just Unbelievable
Cristiano Ronaldo's Champions League goals in the quarter-finals are something else.
He's racked up quite the collection over the years during his illustrious spells at Manchester United and Real Madrid.
And ahead of Juventus playing Ajax in the quarter-finals, BT Sport have published Ronaldo's array of goals at this stage in past seasons and it makes for incredible viewing.
From his 40-yard thunderbolt against Porto to his acrobatic bicycle kick versus Juventus. Time to gawk:
Cristiano Ronaldo *literally* scores every type of goal...
Right foot :white_check_mark:
Left foot :white_check_mark:
His Champions League quarter-final collection is something special pic.twitter.com/aRRBx6cZj3
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 8, 2019
He scores every type of goal. Headers, screamers, tap-ins, free-kicks, goals with his right and left peg. The lot.
His record in the quarter-finals is actually absurd. He's scored 23 goals in just 20 games. The most by any player.
:white_circle::black_circle: Cristiano Ronaldo's record in the quarter-finals = :fire::fire::fire:#UCL pic.twitter.com/zKQU7W5SdS
- UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) April 8, 2019
Meanwhile, Ronaldo should be fit for Juventus' fixture against Ajax. He's been out of action since March 25 after suffering a thigh injury while on international duty with Portugal.
Max Allegri is confident he'll have his talisman fit and raring to go for their trip to the Netherlands.
"He [Ronaldo] always feels ready, but I told him to rest [against Milan]," he said.
"We are confident of having him at Ajax on Wednesday."
In his debut season for Juventus, Ronaldo has bagged 24 goals in all competitions including a stunning hat-trick to knock Atletico Madrid out of the Champions League.
The 34-year-old will be looking to add to his four Champions League goals this campaign when his side travel to Amsterdam.