Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled Raul Gonzalez's all-time scoring record, but he needed unbelievable 433 games less than the Real Madrid legend to match it.
The Portuguese superstar's brace in Los Blancos' 2-0 Champions League win over Malmo took his overall tally to 323 goals in all competitions.
However, Ronaldo needed only 308 matches to match Raul's tally, scoring at a rate of 1.05 goals per game.
Raul needed more than double as many games as the 30-year-old, with the Spaniard scoring his 323 goals in 741 fixtures, a rate of 0.44 goals per match.
Ronaldo matched Raul's record in his seventh season at the club, while the Spaniard needed 16 campaigns to set the milestone.
Ronaldo has scored 230 league goals, 67 in the Champions League, 21 in the Copa del Rey, three in the Spanish Super Cup and two in the UEFA Super Cup.
Raul, meanwhile, scored 228 in La Liga, 66 in the Champions League, 18 in the Copa del Rey, seven in the Spanish Super Cup, three in the FIFA Club World Cup and one in the UEFA Super Cup.
However, the former Spain captain is still ahead of Ronaldo when it comes to trophies lifted with Los Blancos.
Raul won 16 titles, among them three Champions Leagues and six La Liga titles, during his time at the club, while the Portuguese currently sits on seven trophies, with only one Champions League and one La Liga medal.
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