"When the ball comes across to him you think: 'Oh, you're not going to try an overhead kick.' And then, bang!"
Anything Ronaldo can do, "Zizou" can do better.
The Portugal forward became the first player in Champions League history to score in 10 straight matches - a run that started in last year's final win over Juventus. "Messi and he can be compared to Maradona and Pele for what they have been doing season after season", he said.
The Juventus supporters who were earlier jeering Ronaldo all raised to their feet to applaud the goal.
And shut the doubters the f*** up.
It was a shot that created headlines around the world on Tuesday evening, and contributed to a 3-0 victory for Real over Juventus.
"When criticism is constructive you can get positive things", he said.
"He put in a very good performance, he played between the lines well, covering Bentancur", he intimated. He utterly, brutally, beautifully hit it.
"CRWOW" wrote Gazzetta dello Sport in its headline on Wednesday.
The frosty reaction is reportedly as a result of a contract dispute.
"It was an incredible moment", Ronaldo said.
The football superstar was breath taking in the first leg of the quarter-final.
Ally McCoist netted the winner as Andy Roxburgh's side finished ahead of France in Group 5 to secure their place at Italia 90.
Which system has pleased you most - the rhombus or playing with wingers? He also wants to win that Ballon d'Or. That was a tribute to the United fans, the English fans.
We really don't respect him enough.
He says he was not surprised to see Ronaldo produce such a sublime finish.
"Of course Juventus aren't happy with the result tonight, but I will always have Juve in my heart", added Zidane, who spent five seasons at the Italian club as a player.
Ronaldo has paid for his consistency with our reluctance to acknowledge him as one of the true, absolute, greats of this game. As a player, the Frenchman scored plenty of stunning goals himself in Turin - but what he had just witnessed from Cristiano Ronaldo was special.
Ronaldo's brace, along with his assist for Marcelo, has seen Madrid take a giant stride to the last-four of the Champions League. "Go on now, write me off nah".