Ronaldo: The job's not done yet

UEFA Champions League

Los Blancos dominated their city rivals at the Santiago Bernabeu, with Ronaldo taking home the match ball after spearheading a 3-0 victory to virtually seal their place in the European Cup final.

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The 32-year-old’s treble saw him become the first player to score a hat-trick in consecutive Champions League knockout games, while also taking his tally of home goals in the competition to 53, a new record, surpassing Lionel Messi's previous tally.

However, despite the glittering European night for Real, Ronaldo urged his team-mates to remain focused ahead of next week’s return fixture at Vicente Calderon Stadium.

"It was a total game from the team, we played phenomenally well," he told the press, according to ESPN FC.

"We have a good advantage, but it is not over yet. Atletico are very strong, they are not in the semi-finals by chance, and we must keep our concentration next Wednesday."