Cristiano Ronaldo is on the brink of history after scoring twice to tie with Jimmy Greaves as the all-time top scorer in Europe’s five biggest leagues.
His first goal in Sunday’s win against Sevilla, his 400th strike for Real Madrid, tied him with Gerd Muller for second.
His second pushed him past the German legend and level with Greaves.
Ronaldo’s next goal will put him at 367, one more than the Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur legend amassed over 14 years playing in England and Italy.
Ronaldo scored 84 Premier league goals for Manchester United before signing with real Madrid and adding 282 league goals and counting to that total.
Lionel Messi with 346 goals lurks behind as the highest-ranked active player behind Ronaldo.