M.A. del Pozo
Cristiano showed with his two goals against Osasuna that he's on top of his game. He is ready for the battle to come in Munich and his numbers show it. Since he was sent off at San Mamés, and served a suspension of three games, he has played 11 times, scoring 13 goals.
Injury has prevented him from playing four games: Real Sociedad and Almería in the league and the second leg of the Champions League vs. Dortmund and the Copa del Rey final against Barça. He came back in the game against Bayern, and they are the only team he hasn't scored against in the last 11. But he still has to go to their place.
Cristiano has scored 51 goals in 45 competitive games this 2013-14 season (1.13 per game), and have been divvied up as follows: 30 in the league, 14 in the Champions League, four with Portugal and three in the cup. He is the leading scorer in the European Cup, and with 14, has equalled the competition's all-time goalscoring record, currently held by himself, Altafini, Van Nistelrooy and Messi. He is also close to the Argentine's overall scoring record in Europe. The Portuguese forward has 65 against Messi's 67.
Cristiano has the opportunity to break another record, and make it to what would be his first Champions League final with Madrid on Tuesday in Munich.