Five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, on Saturday, etched his name ever further into the history books of world football.
This comes on the back of the Portuguese’s endeavours during Al-Nassr’s Saudi Pro League meeting with Al-Hazm.
In the midst of a scintillating stretch of recent form, which had seen them rack up nine goals whilst conceding none across the club’s last two league outings, Al-Nassr marked their return to action a short time ago.
And, when all was said and done, Luis Castro’s troops only continued to roll, notching five goals to Al-Hazm’s one.
The aforementioned Ronaldo, for his part, found the net once, amid a stellar individual display which also saw the veteran Portuguese bag a pair of assists.
With Al-Nassr 3-1 to the good, and cruising, Ronaldo slotted a trademark finish into the top corner, to kill off any feint hopes of an Al-Hazm comeback:
And, in the process, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid talisman made yet more history.
As confirmed by statisticians across the globe, tonight’s marked the 850th goal of Ronaldo’s storied career.
The frontman, at the age of 38, in turn became the first player in the history of football to hit such a mark in front of goal: