The Portuguese legend, Cristiano Ronaldo, shined, after his success in achieving a fatal victory for his team, Manchester United, against its Italian guest, Atalanta, 3-2, on Wednesday, in the third round of the Champions League group stage.
This means that Ronaldo has so far won an incredible 114 Champions League matches out of 178 since the start of the tournament in 1992, according to The Sun.
This number puts him in fifth place in the list of the most won in the history of the competition, behind 4 of the major clubs in Europe, and Ronaldo surpasses major clubs such as Juventus, Chelsea, AC Milan, Arsenal and Porto.
Real Madrid won the most number of victories in the tournament, with 166 victories, followed by Barcelona with 6 fewer victories, then Bayern Munich in third place 155, and Manchester United fourth with 125 victories.
The Portuguese star is only 11 wins behind his current club, while his former team, Juventus, has 107 wins, followed by Chelsea with 91 wins.
The historical football scorer also outperforms other major clubs, such as Arsenal (83) and Milan (82).