Ronaldo Wants The Champions League To Be Renamed CR7 Champions League

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Cristiano Ronaldo produced one of the most memorable nights of his illustrious career this evening, scoring all three goals as Juventus overturned a 2-0 first-leg deficit to beat Atletico Madrid 3-0 in Turin and move into the Champions League quarter-finals.

Juventus enters the game trailing 2-0 and probably needs Ronaldo to continue terrorizing Atletico Madrid in order to advance.

Liverpool travel to Bayern Munich, while Barcelona host Lyon with both ties perfectly poised at 0-0 after their respective first legs.

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With this hat-trick, CR7 broke all-time record and went on to become the first player ever to notch up 125 goals in all European competitions.Ronaldo stuck once in the first half and then twice in the second half.

Atletico won the opening leg 2-0 in Madrid, where Simeone celebrated by clutching his crotch, leading to him being fined by UEFA.

But Ronaldo gave them hope when he headed in Federico Bernadeschi's cross with 27 minutes gone, and pulled Juve level three minutes after the break from another wide delivery. Joao Cancelo put in a cross from the right and although Oblak clawed Ronaldo's header out from under his crossbar, goal-line technology confirmed the ball had crossed the line.

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Sure enough, cometh the 86th minute, the industrious Bernardeschi was felled in the area and that man Ronaldo, without the slightest hint of apprehension, placed the ball on the spot and fair rammed home the victor.

With their backs against the wall, Juventus will need to create some magic if they want to bounce back and reach the quarterfinals. It was such a tough game, we fought so hard and Diego Costa worked really hard when he wasn't 100 per cent fit. "I'm just thinking about the 11 games that we have left", said the 46-year-old at his official unveiling.

In the other fixture, Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane were the architects of Manchester City's huge home victory over Schalke in the Champions League last 16.

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Far from taking their foot off the gas City were hungry for more goals and substitute Jesus got his name on the scoresheet when he curled in with six minutes remaining.