Cometh the hour, cometh the man.
It should come as no shock that the Real Madrid superstar scored but it is the records he continues to break which astound.
Ronaldo's now the first player ever to score in three Champions League finals – 2008, 2014, 2017.
It was also the sixth straight Champions League season he's scored 10 or more goals – no other player has done it in 2+ consecutive seasons.
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But for all of Ronaldo's brilliance, he didn't score the goal of the night.
That goes to Mandzukic who's stunning overhead kick brought Juventus back into the game.
The Croatian had no right to score given the amount of men he had around him but his effort which went over Keylor Navas was unstoppable.
The Argentina striker has a phenomenal goalscoring record in his club career.
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But he has a history of flopping in big games and this was another of those occasions.
After a early shot, the £75.3 million man was anonymous as the play went on around him.
It was shock to see Paulo Dybala come off before him.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoringGareth Bale
The hometown boy was left on the bench by Zinedine Zidane after not being able to prove his fitness in time.
Bale was able to come on with 15 minutes to play but there's been mounting speculation about a move to Manchester United.
Is this the last time we see him in a Madrid shirt?
The Spain defender is a tremendous defender but he is also a cheat.
His theatrics led to Juan Cuadrado's red card and it was completely unnecessary.