Although Cristiano Ronaldo, the star of Real Madrid, has not made a season this year, and despite the sharp criticism of the three-stage attack, which includes Karim Benzema and Gareth Bell, but the Portuguese continued to shine at crucial times.
The match against Real Madrid and Bayern Munich turned upside down, with the result pointing to the Bavarian lead with a clean goal, until Ronaldo appeared to score for his team and lead him to victory in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Ronaldo did not forget to continue to achieve personal records, where he raised his goal in the European Championships to 100 goals, after two seconds in the Bavarian net, becoming the first player to reach the goal 100 in Europe, including 97 goals scored in the Champions League in 143 games, and 2 in the European Cup and European Super goal.
The English Daily Mail published a report showing where and how Ronaldo scored his 100 goals.
Ronaldo scored 49 goals inside his home, 47 outside, and 4 in neutral territory.
He scored 16 goals in the left foot, 69 in the right, and 15 in the head.
Scoring 83 goals from inside the penalty area, including 11 penalty, and scored 17 goals from outside the area, including 12 free kick.
Ronaldo scored 84 goals with Real Madrid, and 16 goals with his former Manchester United.
From 0 - 15 minutes: scored 13 goals
From 16 - 30 minutes: scored 22 goals
From 31 - 45 minutes: scored 12 goals
From 46 - 60 minutes: scored 17 goals
From 61 - 75 minutes: scored 16 goals
From 76 - 90 minutes: scored 19 goals
No goals were scored after 90 minutes
The countries where Ronaldo scored are 15 countries:
(4), Italy (4), Switzerland (3), Spain (4), France (4), Italy (4), Netherlands (5) (1), Denmark (1), Netherlands (2), Sweden (2), Russia (2)