Cristiano Ronaldo capped off an incredible week for himself by netting an injury time stunner in the 4-1 win against Getafe.
In a seven-day period that saw Ronaldo become the world's best paid footballer, he did his best to justify the new wage by scoring five goals in just two games.
He scored a hat-trick in the midweek game against Galatasaray as well as a brace against Getafe last night.
After going 1-0 within five minutes, Ronaldo made sure Real Madrid went in on top after scoring a penalty in the 34th minute following Pepe's equaliser.
Isco had sealed the points with a third on the hour mark but that wasn't enough for Ronaldo, who showboated his way to a stunning fourth goal in the third minute of injury time.
Sami Kherdira crossed the ball in low before Ronaldo flicked the ball behind the defender. A stunned Bernabeu watched as the ball nestled in to the bottom corner to round off an impressive performance.
Not only did it put the cherry on top of a great week for the 28-year-old, it also took him fifth in the all-time scoring charts for Real Madrid after surpassing Hugo Sanchez (207).
Ronaldo now has 208 goals for the Madrid giants in just 205 appearances.