Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 750th career goal as he struck against Dynamo Kiev on Wednesday night.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid superstar notched against the Ukrainians for the first time in 13 years, having last scored against them in November 2007.

Ronaldo turned home the second on his return to the Juventus starting lineup in Turin, poking in on the goal-line one of the easiest strikes of his career so far.

The 35-year-old added to Federico Chiesa's opener at the Allianz Stadium, with Alvaro Morata adding a third shortly.

It was Ronaldo's 75th goal for the Italian giants since signing from Real Madrid in 2018, having left the Santiago Bernabeu as Los Blancos' all-time record scorer, with 400 goals to his name.

Ronaldo also nabbed five goals during his formative years at Sporting Lisbon, and 118 during his six years at Manchester United.

The Portugal captain also has 102 for his country, as he continues his quest to become the top men's international goalscorer of all time.

The only man standing in his way of that accolade remains Ali Daei, who scored 109 times in 149 games for Iran.

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