"can" make you...can...
Depends on the individual's body, depends on the minutiae of the surgery, depends on the quality and success of the rehab, etc etc.
ACLs absolutely are recoverable from, success rate has improved a lot in last 10-20 years.
Talking as if it's no longer a big deal, or won't have a lasting impact (potentially,) i.e best case scenario every time, is dangerous...
OK, let me be even clearer.
1. Technology and technique for the ACL replacement surgery have improved dramatically over the past 20 years.
2. There are two options for which tissue is harvested to serve as a construction material for the replacement ACL. I've opted for shorter recovery period and the strength comparable to the one of the original - hammy was the source for mine. Athletes opt for stronger replacement ACL, the resulting ligament being quite a bit stronger than the one it replaces.
3. Their surgeries are done by the best surgeons in the land. I had to wait for one here in TO for 2.5 years, but professional athletes get access to them in no time flat, both here and in the US. The success rate of surgeries performed by such specialists is incredibly high.
Ergo - the chances of breaking the same ACL are very, very low.