Oh, and this excludes any goals scored in qualifying rounds.
His career goal tally in club and worldwide soccer now stands at 600.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, left, controls the ball during a training session at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales Friday June 2, 2017. The goalkeeper blocked a header and strike from Gonzalo Higuain, and produced a one-handed save when Miralem Pjanic picked a gap through a crowd of defenders. He has scored 406 in 394 games for Real Madrid; 118 in 292 for Manchester United; five in 31 for Sporting Lisbon; and also 71 in 138 games for his country, Portugal.
It was worth the wait. But 20 minutes in, a sweeping move ended with Ronaldo exchanging passes with Carvajal and tucking a low shot past Gianluigi Buffon with the aid of a deflection off the toe of Bonucci.
Ronaldo could have had a hat trick in the 73rd minute when he was picked out in the middle of the box unmarked by Marcelo, but he could only blaze his first-time effort over the bar.
Isco directed wide as the Spaniards continued to threaten to score a goal that arrived in the 61st minute.
It was a killer blow that Juventus were unable to recover from. Juan Cuadrado was dismissed for Juve six minutes from time. Marco Asensio added a late fourth.
This will be Real Madrid's 15th UCL final appearance which is the most by any club ( Milan are second with 11).
Club president Andrea Agnelli said: "I've been informed of the incident and my thoughts go out to those who were injured on what was supposed to be a night of celebration".
"The only criticism I could make is that after conceding the second goal, we should have stayed in the game". "We came here to win the trophy and didn't manage it", the Coach told Mediaset Premium. "The city has done an immaculate job in hosting a great event", he said.
Max Allegri's starting XI seems to be set, with Andrea Barzagli acting as right-back/third defender in a mutating system that depends on how Real Madrid attack down the flanks.
"He was fantastic, this past few months".
"We're the first team to win consecutive Champions Leagues and I scored two goals". But to do it twice in a row is unbelievable.
"To win it three times in the last four years means a lot". He kept Francisco "Isco" Alarcon in the team, and it paid off with another good performance by the Spain worldwide. The [Depor] fans congratulated him, I am happy for him, for the work he does. "It shows our quality".
Madrid's run is yet more impressive if the back end of the previous season is taken in to account. All the facts, stats and more are in our Champions League preview video below... He finally won the Champions League as a Madrid player in 2002, scoring an unbelievable volley in the final against Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow, Scotland. "Then we will get some rest and later we will start thinking about next season".