Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has added another accolade to his impressive collection, scoring his 400th goal for Los Blancos during Sunday’s La Liga match against Sevilla.
The goal came midway through the second half and gave the hosts a 2-0 lead.
Ronaldo is already the team’s all-time top scorer by a huge margin, sitting more than 70 goals ahead of Raul, who is second.
It’s a remarkable achievement considering the Portugal international only moved to the Spanish capital in 2009, after a lengthy stint with Manchester United.
At the age of 32, Ronaldo is still scoring at an impressive pace, and while 500 goals seems impossible at this point, he will add a significant number of strikes to his tally.