With two touches and a laser beam, Cristiano Ronaldo is now the leading all-time goal scorer for world soccer's most historic club.
The Portuguese slugged a shot past the goalkeeper and inside the right post in Real Madrid's match against Levante on Saturday in a Spanish Primera Division match.
It was Ronaldo's 324th goal in 310 matches for Real since joining the club on a transfer from Manchester United before the 2009 season. The previous record-holder, Raul, told a Spanish broadcaster last week "What Ronaldo does you cannot name, it is on another historic level."
Ronaldo has won FIFA's Ballon d'Or, given to the world's top player, the past two seasons.