Cristiano Ronaldo is a player not liked by too many fans despite the achievements and what his talent has brought him.
The Portuguese superstar has won five Champions League titles with Manchester United and Real Madrid combined as well as league titles in England, Spain and Italy.
But one fanatic football fan has gone to dig out facts about the 35-year-old being a big match player for his respective teams.
A Twitter user named Kol Mikaelson has slammed Ronaldo's 128 goals in the elite competition above Lionel Messi.
Here are the eight times Ronaldo failed to show for big games in the Champions League according to Mikaelson
1. A second leg masterclass does not excuse the fact that he put up one of the worst ever UCL performances against Wolfsburg away in the 2015/16 quarter finals first leg.
2. Cristiano returned from injury to the second leg of the semi final tie. He was horrendous as Gareth Bale carried Real Madrid to the finals in the 2015/16 semi finals.
3. A disasterclass against his rivals Atlético. Carried by Sergio Ramos and Atlético’s penalty miss. 2 consecutive disasterclasses in finals vs Atlético.
4. After a mediocre first leg performance vs Napoli. He disappeared against them in the second leg and was once again carried by Ramos and Morata in the 2016/17 season.
5. A disasterclass against Atlético Madrid away from home in the 2016/17 second leg clash. Carried by Benzema and Isco.
6. Awful performance against Bayern Munich in the 2017/18 first leg semi finals when his team needed him. Carried by Marcelo and Asensio.
7. Back to back horror shows against Bayern in the 2017/18 second leg semi finals. Carried by Benzema.
8. Another horrendous disasterclass in the 2017/18 final. Pocketed by 19 year old Trent and Dejan Lovren in the UCL final. Carried by Gareth Bale.
Mikaelson rounded it off by saying only of the eight of the 20 knockout matches Ronaldo played for Madrid was a disaster during their three Champions League consecutive wins.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has continued to be a game changer for Juventus since his arrival from Real Madrid in 2018.
The 35-year-old has scored important goals for the Bianconeri this season and is currently second on the scorers chart in Serie A behind Lazio's Ciro Immobile.