​Juventus superstar, ​Cristiano Ronaldo is without doubt the best player in the history of the UEFA Champions League as he has not only won the competition five times but also has a number of individual records to his credit.

The 33-year-old is the competition's all-time highest goalscorer with 126 goals to his name and the most goals by a player in the knock-out stages, however there is one stat that he has not conquered and that is the the minutes per goal ratio.

When it comes to minutes per goal ratio, the Portugese superstar scores once every 111 minutes and finds himself fourth on the list behind the leader and rival, Lionel Messi who scores once every 99 minutes.

Former Bayern Munich striker, Mario Gomez comes in second with 102 minutes taken for a goal, while Dutch legend, Ruud van Nistelrooy, takes 109 minutes to score. AC Milan legend, Fillipo Inzaghi, rounds up the top-five list with 119 minutes.

Ronaldo will look to improve on his numbers and move closer to Messi on the list, as the duo set to resume for Juventus and Barcelona respectively in the competition next season as they will also look to add another honour to their trophy collection.