One hundred goals in the Champions League - what a record.
Cristiano Ronaldo once again made history on Tuesday night after scoring a hat-trick against Bayern Munich to fire Real Madrid through to the semi-finals.
Questions remain over whether two of the Portuguese's strikes should have stood - he was offside for his second and third - but it's impossible to take anything away from him.
So much for being on the wane.
Ronaldo is no longer as fast as he once was, nor as agile, but Gary Neville believes all signs point towards his former teammate transforming into an out-and-out striker.
"I wonder if he's building up for a long career as a centre-forwardd, where his running doesn't have to be 11km, 12km per match," he told Sky Sports.
"It can be 7km, 8km, 9km, where he can still score two goals and live off moments.
"I think he'll play for longer than Lionel Messi. I think he'll score more goals in the end and will go on to do incredible things.
"I think he'll go on for a long, long time. And in this game, he's becoming a goalscorer, he's getting in the box more, he's coming across the near post, his heading is incredible anyway."
Ronaldo would never admit it, but he clearly recognises he no longer has the pace to roar past defenders. Instead, he's using intelligence to get into good goalscoring positions.
And that's exactly what he should be doing at 32-years-old. In the twilight years of any players' career, intelligence takes over from physical attributes.
His hat-trick heroics against Bayern drew a lot of praise from players and the media alike - and he's now been rewarded on FIFA 17.
Ronaldo has been included in the Knockout Stages Team of the Tournament, meaning the Real superstar has been given an incredible new Ultimate Team card (see below).
How insane are those statistics? At 96 pace, 97 shooting, 96 dribbling and 88 physical, Ronaldo is now the proud owner of one of the best cards on Ultimate Team.
God knows he deserves it for becoming the first ever player to score 100 goals in the Champions League. It also means he's six goals in front of rival Lionel Messi.
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