Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates a goal against Espanyol during their Spanish first division soccer match in Cornella de Llobregat, near Barcelona, Spain, September 12, 2015. REUTERS/Albert Gea
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Rafa Benitez will make his Champions League debut as Real Madrid coach at home to Group A rivals Shakhtar Donetsk Tuesday safe in the knowledge that record marksman Cristiano Ronaldo is not past it after all.After Ronaldo failed to score in Real's opening two La Liga games of the campaign, there were suggestions the 30-year-old, the all-time top scorer in Europe's elite club competition, might be starting to feel his age.The Portugal captain answered the doubters in emphatic style when he rattled five goals past Espanyol in a 6-0 La Liga romp Saturday to overtake former striker Raul as the 10-time European champions' record scorer in Spain's top flight.
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