.As Ronaldo Breaks Messi’s Record –
Real Madrid sailed into their first Champions League final since 2002 with an astonishingly one-sided 4-0 away victory over holders Bayern Munich.
Real qualified for the final on 5-0 aggregate after defeating Bayern 1-0 in the first leg at home last week.
Sergio Ramos scored two headers from set-pieces before Cristiano Ronaldo rounded off a counter-attack to all but end the game as a contest.
Ronaldo added a late free-kick for his record 16th goal of the European campaign to seal a 5-0 aggregate win. Real will face either Chelsea or Atletico Madrid in the final in Lisbon.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo broke the record jointly held by Lionel Messi for the most goals in a Champions League season as Real Madrid thrashed Bayern Munich to book their place in the final.
The Portuguese forward, 29, scored for the 15th and 16th times in Europe this season, as he broke the record when he swept home following a swift counter-attack. He then extended the landmark with a low free-kick in the 89th minute.
It means he now has 16 goals in 10 matches this season, eclipsing the previous record of 14 in a season jointly held by Messi (2011-12, Barcelona), Ruud van Nistelrooy (2002-03, Manchester United) and Jose Altafini (1962-63, AC Milan).
The ex-Manchester United forward has now scored 67 goals in his Champions League career, the same number as Messi and four shy of the record which is currently held by former Real and Schalke striker Raul.