On Saturday night, Cristiano Ronaldo
was honoured for scoring 400 goals across the Seria A, La Liga and Premier League.
Before Juventus' home game with Cagliari, Andrea Agnelli, the president of the Italian club presented the Portuguese striker with a celebratory Jersey to celebrate his new milestone. Ronaldo also already added two goals, taking his tally to 402 so far.
The Portugal superstar, 33, reached the tally as he scored against Genoa in the 1 - 1 football match last week.
Ronaldo scored 84 in the Premier League for Manchester United, 311 in La Liga for Real Madrid and he has seven in Serie A for Juventus so far.
Argentine legend Lionel Messi is currently second on the list with 389 goals for Barcelona in La Liga.
Spurs legend Jimmy Greaves is third on the list with 366 goals in his 529 appearances from 1957-71 and Bayern Munich icon Gerd Müller is fourth with 365 goals in 427 appearances from 1965-79.