Ronaldo 23rd highest-scoring ‘club’ in #UCL history

Cristiano Ronaldo has 103 UEFA Champions League career goals to his name, which means he has outscored all but 22 whole clubs in the competition’s 25-season history.

Ronaldo has struck eight times in his last three UEFA Champions League appearances – including yet another hat-trick against Atlético Madrid in the first leg of their semi-final tie – meaning he has now racked up 103 goals in the competition during the course of his career. That total is topped by only 22 clubs.
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All-time UEFA Champions League goals (group stage to final)
498: Real Madrid
459: Barcelona
415: Bayern München
350: Manchester United
281: Arsenal
261: Juventus
249: Chelsea
231: AC Milan
218: Porto
187: Lyon
166: Borussia Dortmund
148: Internazionale Milano
146: Paris Saint-Germain
146: Valencia
137: Bayer Leverkusen
133: Olympiacos
132: Dynamo Kyiv
129: Liverpool
129: Ajax
107: Monaco
106: Galatasaray
106: Shakhtar Donetsk

That means Ronaldo on his own has scored more UEFA Champions League goals than clubs such as PSV Eindhoven (102), Atlético Madrid (100) and Benfica (98).