Cristiano Ronaldo added another two Champions League goals to his tally this evening in Real Madrid’s 3-0 win over Juventus, the second of which was astonishing.

If Ronaldo was a football club, he would be the 10th highest scoring team in Champions League history, falling just below Chelsea. Liverpool, Inter Milan and Manchester City are among the teams who’ve scored fewer goals than him in the competition.

Just 16 of the 119 goals Ronaldo has scored in the Champions League were for United. He’s now 19 goals clear of the second highest scorer in the club’s history, Lionel Messi, and 46 clear of the third placed scorer, Raul.