As the clock was reaching the 51-minute mark in Real Madrid’s game against Paris Saint-Germain, Cristiano Ronaldo gave his team the lead by adding another incredible header to his collection.
Once again the Portuguese rose to the occasion, literally.
He connected with Lucas Vazquez’s cross and found the back of the French team’s net.
The top scorer in the history of the Champions League has time and again proven himself as a great header of the ball.
His goal against Manchester United in 2013 stands out, as that night he managed to jump almost over Partice Evra to net an equaliser.
Two years before at the Estadio Mestalla he had headed the Copa del Rey final’s winning goal to beat Pinto and Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona, after flying over Adriano.
The 33-year-old’s heading skills were also brought to spotlight after his goal against Wales in Euros 2016, on his national team’s way to the trophy.