Cristiano Ronaldo was present on Tuesday night as Juventus defeated Valencia to gift him 100 wins in the European biggest league. The Portuguese playmaker was banked on reaching the milestone when his boyhood club Manchester United visited the Turin previously but late goal from Mata and an own goal from Sandro denied the former Real Madrid forward from recording such feat.

Ronaldo did not score on the Tuesday night but provided the assist for teammate Mario Mandzukic to net the only goal of the encounter, to ensure the Bianconeri proceeds to the last 16 of the competition.

Ronaldo targets his six career UEFA Champions league after testing four with Real Madrid and on with Manchester United.

Ronaldo was on the losing end in his first Champions League appearance against Stuttgart back in 2003, with the former Manchester United player testing first victory when his team player Rangers.

Ronaldo is currently the all-time highest goal scorer in the competition with 121 goals to his name.

His is bettered only by Iker Casillas in appearance with the former Real Madrid shot-stopper slightly ahead of his 157, while Ronaldo has been regular feature in the goal chart of the competition for six consecutive seasons.

He boasts the record for most goals recorded in a single European season (17), and also sits second and third on that list.

There are various other marks that he has passed down the years, with his haul of victories the latest entry on a stunning CV.