Published: Sat, December 15, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Cristiano Ronaldo sets unwanted personal record

Cristiano Ronaldo sets unwanted personal record

That meant Juve fell to a surprise 2-1 defeat which could have cost them top spot in the group if Manchester United were not so flaming terrible.

Dybala's wicked strike gave Juve hope with 10 minutes remaining, and - after Ronaldo had headed against the upright - the Argentine thought he had rescued a point in stoppage time.

The 34-year-old former France global scored first from the penalty spot, and then with a well-placed shot to give the Swiss champion a first win of the group stage.

Guillaume Hoarau netted a brace in Bern while Paulo Dybala's strike proved no more than a consolation.

"Now the attractive part of the Champions League starts and I'm confident we will be fully ready for it", the 33-year-old said. Not just that, but a goal will help Ronaldo match Lionel Messi's personal head to head tally in the most goals scored in the UEFA Champions League.

Hoarau almost restored parity with a sliced clearance against his own crossbar two minutes after the restart, but the striker had his second goal at the right end when he curled in from 20 yards out.

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"After they scored, we knew it was going to be hard".

Cristiano Ronaldo had a glorious chance to open the scoring for Bianconeri in the 13th minute after going through on goal and rounding Young Boys goalkeeper Marco Wolfli but he went a little bit too wide and his goal-bound shot was cleared off the line.

I could have scored several goals and if I did, the result would probably have been different.

But, although Dybala's long-range effort had found the top corner, the goal was disallowed, with Ronaldo, who was evidently frustrated at full-time, having moved towards the ball from an offside position.

Sandro was unlucky to concede a penalty on the half-hour mark after tripping Moumi Ngamaleu inside the box a few minutes after coming on. While talking about his disallowed goal, he told Sky Sport Italia "I haven't seen the disallowed goal again, but the important thing is that we won the group, albeit thanks to Valencia beating Manchester United".

Three-time defending champion Madrid is also seeded in the draw despite a 3-0 home loss Wednesday against CSKA Moscow.

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