Ronaldo is the Champions League's all-time leading scorer with 136 goals and the 36-year-old's tally of 42 assists is also more than any other player in history.
He really has the made seasonly European festival of football his own personal playground.
As well as being statistically streets ahead of any other man to take part in the Champions League, Ronaldo is competing with whole clubs in terms of most victories.
In fact, only four teams have triumphed in more games since the competition was rebranded in 1992/93 than the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
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Ronaldo's insane Champions League win record
That's just bonkers, isn't it?
No wonder the Portuguese is regularly referred to as Mr. Champions League...
Ronaldo has continued to weave his magic in the competition this season at United, the forward scoring in the team's first two group games against Young Boys and Villarreal.
The goal against the latter was a dramatic last-minute winner at Old Trafford and that strike may very well end up preventing the Red Devils from being eliminated earlier than anticipated.
United welcome Atalanta to Manchester on Wednesday evening, a game Ronaldo and his colleagues simply have to win after their dismal showing against Leicester City in Premier League action last weekend.
Picking up three points against Gian Piero Gasperini's hugely talented side will be far from easy, though.