Massimiliano Allegri accepted there was little else to do but admire Cristiano Ronaldo's "extraordinary goal" after Real Madrid moved a step closer to the semi-finals of the Champions League with a 3-0 win over his Juventus side in Turin.
He scored 32 European goals between 1999/00 - 2002/03 and in my young and impressionable state, I could not imagine another punctuating ITV's coverage with as many goals as Raul.
"It's a goal that will be talked about in 100 years", said former Porto and Benfica player turned pundit César Peixoto. What can I say?
"Playing against Real Madrid and thinking of keeping two clean sheets is just about impossible, so you have to try to score goals".
Van Nistelrooy: I remember a Champions League game against AC Milan, where the back four was Cafu, Paolo Maldini, Alessandro Nesta and Jaap Stam.
He sits just one place behind leading goalscorer Fran Sol, who has notched 15 goals in the Dutch top flight - Lozano now has 14 - and his displays have certainly piqued Juventus' interests.
"It is one of those ones where you just say: 'Oh, you're just egging it up a bit, you're exaggerating for pure commentary purposes, '" added Nevin.More news: Manchester City 2 United 3
"Real Madrid dominated all aspects of their match and played really well, so we have to congratulate them".
Another record for Ronaldo as he made it ten goals in ten consecutive Champions League games. I am happy for him. We have to savour tonight.
After being outplayed by the hosts early on and conceding a 32nd-minute opener by Pablo Sarabia, Bayern came from behind to beat Sevilla 2-1 in the first leg of their quarterfinal Tuesday thanks to an own goal by Jesus Navas and a second-half header by Thiago Alcantara.
It was an astonishing effort, a bicycle kick with the sweet of strikes that sent the ball fizzing into the back of the Juventus net past a gobsmacked Gianluigi Buffon. Isco? He was very important between the lines. "It's too bad it came against us". While one wrote, "When Zidane does this, you know you're good", another wrote, "How do I explain this to my unborn children?"
The Portuguese has 25 goals in his last 14 games for club and country, he has scored in every Champions League tie this season and he leads the field for the competition's Golden Boot with 14.
Zidane, meanwhile, must do without his captain, Sergio Ramos, for the second leg after the defender's yellow card.