Cristiano Ronaldo has set records in recent weeks. After becoming the top scorer in the national team (with 111 goals, ahead of Ali Daei) during the last international break, he reaps a new honor which once again proves his exceptional longevity.
Holder with Manchester United to face the Young Boys of Bern, the Portuguese joins Iker Casillas in the number of Champions League matches played in his career, namely 181. A record that he will soon be the only one to hold since this is the first match of the group stage. Behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Casillas, we find Xavi, Messi and Raul.