Top Scorer in Champions League 2014

Rolando became the Top Scorer in Champions League 2014 for Running Season, Also all Became Time Top Scorers List the 2nd in All Time Top Scorers List . Let’s look at the Top Scorer in Champions League 2014.

Cristiano Ronaldo : became the Top Scorer in Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo is the UEFA Champions League’s top scorer for the second season running and third overall, his 17 goals setting a new record for a single season.

Cristiano Ronaldo has broken new ground in the European Cup this season with 17 goals to become the highest goal scorer for a single champions league tournament – and finish as the UEFA Champions League’s top scorer for the second season running and the third overall in his career.

he previusly claim the highest goal scorer position in 2007/08 season, when he scored 8 goals – including a match winning goal in the final for Manchester United. Man U became the champ for the third time with the help of Ronaldo’s brilliance.
after that, Lional Messi Took the Honours for consecutive four times. finally in 2012/13 season Cristiano achieved the feat again, when he scored 12 goals to became the top scorer in champions league once again.

in the season of 2013/14, Ronaldo proved himself more impressive. he scored a hat-trick in Real Madrid’s 6-1 win against Galatasaray. overall he scored 9 goals in group stage.

Ronaldo’s All Goals in Champions League 2014


video is embaded from: Cristiano Ronaldo’s Official Fan Page on Facebook .com

now Cristiano Ronaldo and Lional Messi are also closing in on Raúl González’s record of all-time UEFA Champions League goal scorers.  former Madrid and Schalke ace Raúl González has 71 in the competition, four more than Messi and 3 more than Ronaldo.

2013/14 UEFA Champions League top scorers

17 goals for Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid CF)
10 goals for Zlatan Ibrahimović (Paris Saint-Germain)
8 goals for Diego Costa (Club Atlético de Madrid)
8 goals for Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona)
6 goals for Sergio Agüero (Manchester City FC)
6 goals for Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund)