After Lionel Messi equalled Pele's unbelievable record on the weekend, here are the 10 players who have scored the most goals for a single club in history, including Cristiano Ronaldo's Real Madrid tally.
Click through the gallery above to see the players who have scored the most goals for a single club, according to talkSPORT!
In the Catalan club's frustrating 2-2 LaLiga draw with Valencia on Sunday, Messi headed home to bring up his 643rd goal in all competitions for Barcelona.
With his latest strike, the 33-year-old tied with Pele in scoring the most goals for one club, a record the Brazilian has held since 1974.
Bayern Munich legend Gerd Muller makes the list with his 525 goals for the Bavarians between 1964 and 1979, while Ronaldo features lower down the ranking.
The Portuguese scored an incredible 450 goals for Los Blancos in just under decade in Spain, which is enough to see the five-time Ballon d'Or winner place 10th.
It seems highly unlikely that Ronaldo will be able to challenge one-club man Messi for the record, with the Argentine just one goal away from rewriting history.
After the Blaugrana captain scored on the weekend, Pele sent a warm message to the six-time Ballon d'Or winner congratulating him on his "historic record" and his "beautiful career at Barcelona".
To see the 10 players with the most goals for a single club in the history of the game, click through the gallery above!