Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos scored the 116th goal of his glittering career on the weekend against Eibar.
The Spaniard's record in front of goal is pretty darn remarkable and he's also scored some huge goals down the years as well.
In 2013/14, Ramos scored twice in Real Madrid's Champions League semi-final second-leg away at Bayern Munich.
Then in the final itself, the 34-year-old scored a last-minute equaliser against Atletico Madrid to send Los Blancos on their way to 'La Decima'.
Every team in the world would love to have a defender with the ability to find the back of the net on such a consistent basis.
Amazingly, Ramos' goal scoring record actually eclipses some of the best players in the world right now - and one who has now called time on their career.
Below, we've provided a list of players with less goals for their clubs and country's senior teams combined than Ramos' mighty haul of 116.
All data sourced from Transfermarkt.
Philippe Coutinho: 112 goals
Ivan Rakitic: 108 goals
Gabriel Jesus: 102 goals
Riyad Mahrez: 95 goals
Dele Alli: 89 goals
Andres Iniesta: 80 goals
Luka Modric: 77 goals
Andrea Pirlo: 76 goals
Paul Pogba: 75 goals
Serge Gnabry: 67 goals
Pretty ridiculous, eh?
The likes of Coutinho, Gnabry, Mahrez, Alli, Jesus and Pogba will likely overtake Ramos at some point in their careers, but it's still interesting to note that they're currently behind the Real Madrid captain.
Ramos also boasts a very tidy goal record on the international stage, with 21 to his name in his 170 appearances for La Roja.
That means he's scored more goals for his country than Coutinho (17), David Beckham (17), Carlos Tevez (13), Franck Ribery (16), Raheem Sterling (12) and Francesco Totti (9).
However, Ramos has a long way to go to match the highest scoring defender of all-time.
That accolade belongs to Barcelona legend Ronald Koeman, with the Dutchman scoring a ridiculous 253 goals throughout the course of his career.
That record isn't being broken anytime soon!
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