Four-goal haul sees Ronaldo set group stage record

Cristiano Ronaldo continued his record-breaking form in the Champions League by becoming the first player to score 11 goals in a single season of the group stages.

Ronaldo now has 88 Champions League goals to his name, nine more than Barcelona rival Lionel Messi.   -  REUTERS

Cristiano Ronaldo continued his record-breaking form in the Champions League by becoming the first player to score 11 goals in a single season of the group stages.

The World Player of the Year broke the previous record of nine held by himself in 2013/14 and Luiz Adriano for Shakhtar Donetsk last season by scoring four against Swedish champions Malmo on Tuesday.

Ronaldo now has 88 Champions League goals to his name, nine more than Barcelona rival Lionel Messi.

The Portuguese scored all 11 of his goals in just four games after netting a hat-trick at home to Shakhtar Donetsk and doubles away to the Ukrainians and Malmo in September.

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