Al-Nassr superstar Cristiano Ronaldo reached a significant milestone in his team's 2-0 win at Persepolis in their AFC Champions League opener on Tuesday (September 19).

Iran PressWest Asia: The 38-year-old didn't make a goal contribution on the night, marking only the second time in seven competitive games across competitions this season. After failing to score on his UEFA Champions League debut two decades ago, Ronaldo did likewise in his first game in the AFC Champions League.

However, his side's win in Tehran marked Ronaldo's 1000th unbeaten game for club and country (as per totalcristiano), becoming the first player in the sport's history to do so. Ronaldo's team has won 776 of those games and drawn 224.

In an Instagram post, Cristiano Ronaldo also thanked the Iranian people for their warm welcome.


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