Cristiano Ronaldo has broken multiple records after scoring his 100th goal for Juventus.
Ronaldo, 36, brought up a century of goals for the Bianconeri on Wednesday when he netted his side's second goal of the night during a 3-1 Serie A victory over Sassuolo.
In doing so, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner became the fastest player to score 100 goals for the Italian giants, and the 13th overall, achieving the milestone in just his 131st appearance in the famous black and white jersey.
That achievement also saw him become the first-ever player to score 100 goals or more for three different clubs in three different countries, and by extension, the first to do so with three different clubs and for his national team.
Ronaldo had previously scored 118 goals for Premier League giants Manchester United and a club-record 450 goals for LaLiga's Real Madrid, while he is also Portugal's all-time leading goalscorer with 103 strikes to his name.
Remarkably, the veteran forward was not the only Juve player to claim a piece of history on Wednesday. Teammate Paulo Dybala also brought up his 100th goal for the club in his 252nd appearance.
The 27-year-old is the first non-European player to reach the milestone for the club, excluding Omar Sivori, who was born in Argentina but elected to represent Italy on the international stage, per statistics from Opta Sports.
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