Ronaldo scored his 750th career goal as Juventus beat Kyiv 3-0.

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 750th career goal as Juventus eased to victory against Dynamo Kyiv in a match refereed by Stephanie Frappart, who became the first woman to take charge of a men's Champions League fixture. See cover photo of the female Ref here.

The Portuguese forward scored the second for the Italian champions, already through to the last 16, when he tapped in after Georgi Bushchan's attempted block rebounded off Juve striker Alvaro Morata.

Ronaldo was a made to wait a few seconds before the VAR team signaled to the French referee the goal would stand.

§ Reaction from Wednesday's Champions League games

That was the only major contentious issue Frappart had to deal with, although Kyiv might point to an incident in the first half when penalty appeals were waved away after defender Leonardo Bonucci had his arms around forward Benjamin Verbic.

Juve took the lead in the 21st minute when loan signing Federico Chiesa scored his first for the club, with a header from Alex Sandro's cross.

After Ronaldo added a second, Morata made it 3-0 when he slotted home his sixth Champions League goal of the season following good work from Weston McKennie and Chiesa on the right.

Kyiv, who have now taken only a point from five group games, impressed in patches and were twice thwarted by former Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny, who denied winger Viktor Tsygankov with two great reflex saves.

Juventus are at Barcelona in their final Group G match next week, with both sides vying to finish top of the pool.

Cristiano Ronaldo's 750 career goals

Real Madrid 450

Manchester United 118

Portugal 102

Juventus 75

Sporting Lisbon 5

Here is the score board of all Champions League matches played on Wednesday night.

Man U 1 PSG 3; Dortmund 1 Lazio 1

Ferencvciros 0 Barcelona 3; Juventus 3 Kyiv 0

Brugge 3 Zenith 0; Sevilla 0 Chelsea 4.

The draw for the last 16 will take place at 11am on Monday, December 14 in Nyon.

Round of 16, 1st leg will be played Feb 16/17 and 2nd leg matches will be March 16/17.

Quarterfinal matches will be decided April 6/14; Semi-final matches will be April 17/May 5 while the finals will be played in Istanbul on May 29.

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