Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo broke the club’s all-time scoring record with a goal against Levante on Sunday, giving him 324 in his time there.
Raul scored 323 goals in 741 games with the team from 1994–2010. Ronaldo accomplished the feat in just 310 games.
Ronaldo scored in the 30th minute of Madrid’s meeting with Levante to put the team ahead 2–0, three minutes after assisting on Marcelo’s marker.
He’s now netted nine goals in his past 12 matches.
Real Madrid won the match 3–0 and sits atop La Liga with 18 points.
- Kenny Ducey