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Cristiano Ronaldo turns 34: 5 Guinness World Records held by the superstar

Jidonu Mauyon
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Cristiano Ronaldo turned 34 on Tuesday
Cristiano Ronaldo turned 34 on Tuesday

A household name on the lip of every football fan across Europe, Portuguese superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to make name for himself with his explosive performances in the Serie A following his move from Real Madrid to Juventus during the summer. 

The attacker celebrated his 34th birthday yesterday, yet he is showing no signs of slowing down, having recorded an amazing 18 goals and 9 assists to his name in 29 appearances for the Italian champions across all competitions so far this season.  

With the buzz created by his birthday celebration still filling the air, we have also decided to join the train in celebrating one of the greatest footballers the world has ever seen and we are going to do that in a special way, taking a look into his illustrious career and reminding us of some of his incredible deeds in the sport.

Therefore, we present you 5 Guinness world records held by the Portuguese legend.

#5 Most goals in a UEFA Champions League season by an individual (17)

The attacker holds the record for the most Champions League goals scored in a single campaign
The attacker holds the record for the most Champions League goals scored in a single campaign

Cristiano Ronaldo isn't new to breaking and setting records for himself in the UEFA Champions League. The attacker dominated the European tournament during the past few years and set plenty of records, but the one he achieved during the 2013/2014 campaign helped to put his name into the Guinness Book.

That season, Ronaldo was at his incredible best, starting his European outing with a wonderful hat-trick against Galatasaray FC before firing a brace past FC Copenhagen in his second game. By the end of the group stage, he already had 9 goals to his name.

He continued with his incredible goalscoring form even in the knockout stages, scoring against the likes of Schalke 04, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich as well as Atletico Madrid in the final, as he led Real Madrid to claim the European Cup.

Ronaldo finished the campaign with a massive 17 Champions League goals to his name - a feat that entered into the Guinness Book of Records.

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