Portuguese superstar has scored a phenomenal 411 times, including 285 goals in just 267 La Liga games for Los Blancos.
Cristiano Ronaldo marked his 400th game for Real Madrid in typical style.
The Portuguese star, 32, netted his 69th double of his Galacticos career in the 3-1 win away to Borussia Dortmund.
In doing so, Ronaldo gave Zinedine Zidane’s men their first-ever win at the Westfalenstadion.
Since swapping Manchester United for Madrid back in 2009, Ronaldo has been arguably the best player in the world, fighting a seemingly endless battle with Lionel Messi.
In just over eight seasons at the Bernabeu, Ronaldo has finally made his 400th appearance – averaging around 50 GAMES per season.
During those games, CR7 has utterly defied belief, in scoring more than a goal a game, for 411 strikes in total.
In fact, in six of his eight full seasons in Spain, Ronaldo has scored more than 50 goals – two of which even broke the 60-goal barrier.
In 2011-12, Ronaldo reached the 60-mark, before he went one better for a 61-goal season in 2014-15.
That year, Ron even notched a staggering 48 goals in just 35 games in La Liga – a year after netting a record 17 Champions League goals in just 11 games.
Ronaldo is also the owner of the No2 spot on the Champions League most goals in a season list – scoring 16 times in 2015-16 – ahead of Lionel Messi (2011-12) and Jose Altafini (1962-63) on 14.
CR7 is also the only player to crack the 100-barrier in the Champions League, scoring 109 times in 142 games for Man United and Real.
Staying with Europe’s elite competition, Ron has won the famous tournament an incredible three times.
On top of that, Ronaldo has bagged two La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys, two Supercopa de Espana, two Super Cups and two Club World Cups.
Ronaldo’s goalscoring talent is simply unparalleled – as he’s gone on to win four Ballon d’Or titles, three of which came during his time in Madrid.
After all, he has scored two goals in a game an outrageous 69 times, while adding a further 35 hat-tricks.
Ron has added an amazing four four-goal games, while scoring five times in one game TWICE – both in La Liga, too.
In La Liga and the Champions League, the Portuguese star can even boast a minutes per goal average of under 90 – at a staggeringly impressive goal every 80.66 minutes in the Spanish top flight.
All-in-all, Ronaldo has scored 285 of his 411 goals in La Liga, 94 in the Champions League main draw, 22 in the Copa del Rey, four in both the Supercopa and Club World Cup and two in the Super Cup.