Cristiano Ronaldo's goal record for Real Madrid is super-human - and the 'out of this world' Portuguese international is heading for El Clasico in ridiculously good form.
Nike have released a new advert ahead of the Real Madrid versus Barcelona game at the Bernabeu, and it's fair to say that it's a tad dramatic.
Obviously El Clasico is the biggest club game in the football calendar at the moment, with six of the world's top 10 attackers taking to the field for the La Liga fixture.
And Ronaldo is ready. He's been squatting the weight of a Ferrari, running up and down an Everest type mountain, shuttling through a forest and racing a fighter jet. Standard stuff before El Clasico
Like Superman before him, he arrived on planet earth via some kind of meteorite - and it appears Carlo Ancelotti speed dialled him as soon as he landed.
'Hey Cristiano, can you still squat the weight of a super-car?'
We jest, but it's all very well done, as slick as you'd expect for a company like Nike and of course, all in the name of flogging a few more Mercurial football boots.
Ronaldo and Real Madrid take on Barcelona and Leo Messi on Saturday afternoon, in the season's first game between the two Spanish giants. It's full of subplots, not least of all the potential for Luis Suarez to make his competitive debut for the Catalans.
Ronaldo comes into the game in a sensational run of form, including another goal - his 20th in 13 games - against Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday evening in the Champions League.
Messi also found the scoresheet mid-week, notching against Ajax but it's Barca's defence that has been the star of the show so far this term. They're yet to concede a goal in the league this season, although that's highly likely to change against a supercharged Real Madrid attack.