Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo scored this Tuesday after just thirteen minutes on his return to the European Champions League with the Manchester United jersey, a club he has just returned to twelve years after his first spell (2003-2009).
‘CR7’ took advantage of a pass from his compatriot Bruno Fernandes to beat the Swiss Young Boys in Bern, before the first quarter of an hour in this first match of the group stage of the Champions League. At 36, Cristiano Ronaldo also equaled the record for matches played in the top continental competition on Tuesday, which he now shares with Spaniard Iker Casillas (177 matches). AFP (HN)
CRISTIANO RONALDO WITH THE FIRST GOAL THE #UCL SEASON 🌟 pic.twitter.com/HJkmYJGFeV
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