Even though he has not planted a face in Warsaw, CR7 has offered himself a new record in the Champions League. Find out which one!
Who said that Cristiano Ronaldo was a personal player? Not the stats anyway! The evidence since the Portuguese became the record in matters of decisive passes in the Champions League (30) after its two “assizes” against the Legia Warsaw this Tuesday (5-1), for Asensio and Morata. If he did not find the path of the Nets personally (so he remains blocked at 98 goals on the European stage, a record), cricket surpassed his former teammate at Manchester United, Ryan Giggs (28), at the pantheon of the most altruistic players in C1. You’re in the mouth of a corner, aren’t you?
Must be said that it is not really the image we have of Cristiano, always obsessed by the goal, but the triple gold ball also knows how to play as a team. This stat should cheer him up, who knows his beginning of the season the least prolific since he evolves in Real Madrid, with 4 goals in 10 matches, all competitions combined. Which notably made Zidane say in the post-match press conference: “Everyone wants to see Cristiano score three, four or five goals.” He had several occasions tonight (Tuesday, ed.) but he scored last Saturday and he will mark the next weekend (…). “He didn’t score tonight but he made two decisive passes, and I like it too.”