While Lionel Messi equalled Pele's record last night, Cristiano Ronaldo managed to make some history of his own after scoring for Juventus last night.
Ronaldo endured a frustrating evening on Wednesday after seeing his penalty saved in the 1-1 draw with Atalanta.
However, the Portuguese superstar bounced back on Saturday night and bagged a brace as the Old Lady's 4-0 win over Parma.
The two goals took Ronald up to 33 Serie A goals for the calendar year, which sees him match former Juventus and Napoli star Omar Sivori's record which was set in 1961.
Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo reveals Ronaldo was angry with himself after his penalty miss cost the side three points.
“Ronaldo was quite rightly angry with himself after missing a penalty, but fortunately he didn’t have much time to stew over it and immediately got the chance to show just how much he loves to score goals,” the coach told DAZN.
Ronaldo was included the Ballon d'Or Dream Team recently: