Cristiano Ronaldo joined an elite list of players by scoring the 700th goal of an incredible career in Portugal's 2-1 defeat to Ukraine on Monday.
Portugal may have suffered a setback in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, but it was still an occasion to remember for the 34-year-old in Kiev.
Ronaldo converted a second-half penalty to reach the personal landmark, 17 years on from scoring his first senior goal for Sporting Lisbon against Moreirense.
Here, we take a closer look at the Juventus forward's scoring stats for club and country down the years with the aid of Opta.
450 - The bulk of Ronaldo's 700 goals were scored for Real Madrid between 2009 and 2018.
69 - It was during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu, in 2011-12, that he enjoyed his most prolific scoring campaign to date.
311 - Ronaldo broke the 300-goal barrier in LaLiga, making it his favoured competition.
442 - The Portuguese superstar added to his tally of right-footed goals with the penalty against Ukraine, compared to 129 with his left,127 with his head and two from other body parts.
113 - Ronaldo has become an expert at converting penalties, while also crafting a speciality out of scoring direct free-kicks - 55 of them in all.
165 - The most common time period for Ronaldo to score is between the 76th and 90th minutes.
95 - Monday's consolation strike against Ukraine moved the prolific forward to within five goals of a century for Portugal.