Real Madrid forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, has become the second player ever, to score in three different Champions League or European Cup finals.
Ronaldo opened scoring against Juventus in Saturday’s final in Cardiff, tucking in a smart cutback from Dani Carvajal.
He struck again in the second half to make it 3-1.
This two goals makes him to net his 600th goal for club and country.
He has scored 406 in 394 games for Real Madrid; 118 in 292 for Manchester United; five in 31 for Sporting Lisbon; and also 71 in 138 games for his country, Portugal.
Ronaldo second goal in Cardiff was his 105th in the Champions League, putting him well clear of Lionel Messi (94) at the top of the all-time scoring list and it made him this season’s Champions League top scorer with 12.
The only man to have bettered the Portugal captain’s tally is fellow Real Madrid legend, Alfredo Di Stefano, who scored in five different finals.
Di Stefano was part of the Madrid side that dominated European football from 1956 until 1960.
The Portugal star player, now has 600 goals from a remarkable 855 games.