Cristiano Ronaldo v Lionel Messi: Race for Champions League recordLast updated on 4 November 20144 November 2014.From the section FootballMessi has scored 250 league goals, leaving him one short of Telmo Zarra's all-time Spanish league scoring record.At 29, Cristiano Ronaldo is four years younger than Raul was when he grabbed his 71st Champions League goal. Ronaldo has scored in every game in the competition this season.Lionel Messi has scored twice after three Champions League games this season. Of Barcelona's six goals in the competition, Messi has either scored or assisted four of them.Since 2004, Messi is the only player in the top five European leagues to both score and assist more than 100 league goals. He has scored 250 and assisted 101.Ronaldo has had a shot clocked at 80 miles per hour. Hitting a ball at that speed would see it travel 39 yards in a second, a worrying thought for Liverpool, if he is allowed time and space inside their half.But if Ronaldo does break Raul's record first then don't worry Lionel, you still have the best suit...Raul (second left) scored his 71st Champions League goal for Schalke against Inter Milan in 2011. He was 33 years old.Real Madrid host Liverpool on Tuesday, while Barca travel to Ajax the following day.Phenomenal pair: Since Ronaldo joined Real Madrid in 2009, the Portuguese forward and Messi have scored 390 league goals between them (194 and 196 respectively).Raul scored 71 Champions League goals in 142 games for Real Madrid & Schalke. Ronaldo has 70 in 106 for Manchester United & Real Madrid. Messi has 69 in 89 for Barcelona.