After Karim Benzema moved up in Real Madrid's all-time scoring list on Thursday evening, here is the updated list of Los Blancos' top 10 leading scorers in history.
The Frenchman's brace against Valencia took his tally to 207 goals for the Spanish giants, which saw move up to fifth spot, ahead club legend Puskas.
Browse through the gallery to see Real Madrid's top highest scorers of all-time.
However, Benzema still has a long way to go to enter the top four, as he sits 47 strikes behind fourth-placed Santillana.
At the top of the list, is Benzema's former teammate Cristiano Ronaldo who spent nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu following his big-money move from Manchester United in 2009.
During those nine years, Ronaldo established himself as one of the greatest scorers of all-time as he netted an impressive 450 goals in 438 appearances for the Spanish giants.
It will be a long time until Ronaldo's record is broken, as the second player on list, Raul Gonzalez, has already retired and he only registered 325 goals in 741 matches.
Benzema is the only player in the top 10 still actively playing for Los Blancos, but it will be a big ask for him to creep into the top three. So, click through the gallery to rest the of club's all-time top scorers.