Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his 500th career goal after finding the net in Wednesday's clash with Malmo.
The capital club featured in their second Champions League game of 2015-16 as the former Manchester United player reach a special milestone, joining the likes of Pele, Ferenc Puskas, Gerd Muller and Alfredo Di Stefano in reaching 500 career goals.
Ronaldo's remarkable goal tally is spread over club and international appearances, beginning with five goals for first club Sporting, 118 in a successful spell with Manchester United, 55 for Portugal and 322 for current club Madrid.
The Portugal attacked joined the 10-times Champions League winners in 2009 for what was then a world record fee of €94 million (£84m), and set about topping La Liga scoring charts from the outset.
The 30-year-old's first season in Madrid yielded 33 goals from 35 appearances, an impressive feat in itself, before exploding into truly prodigious goalscoring form, averaging over 50 goals in each of the subsequent seasons.
Ronaldo's career has been littered with trophies, including three Premier League titles and two Champions League wins, as well as three Ballon d'Or titles as an individual.
The forward is also his country's highest ever scorer, surpassing illustrious names such as Eusebio, and has amassed 122 international caps.