Ronaldo netted twice against Lyon in the round of 16 second leg tie to take his goals tally for Juventus this season to 36, a record which stood for 95 years, according to ESPN.
Ronaldo’s two goals were not enough to qualify Maurizio Sarri’s men for the quarter-final of the Champions League as Memphis Depay scored a goal for Lyon at the Allianz Stadium to make it 2-1 after full time.
However, Juventus lost 1-0 to the Ligue 1 club in the first leg in February.
Lyon advanced into the last eight on an away goal rule after a 2-2 draw aggregate.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo, 35, has already won the Serie A title with Juventus this season.
The Portugal captain joined Juve from Real Madrid in the summer of 2018 after leading the Los Blancos to win the Champions League.