Cristiano Ronaldo is on the cusp of another epic milestone in his glittering career.
The free-scoring phenom has redefined the role of the modern forward, playing with the same panache and execution of a man 10 years his junior.
Despite turning 35 in February, Ronaldo is showing no signs of slowing down, having netted 31 goals in Serie A for Juventus last season.
However, it is not just at club level where Ronaldo has transcended all logical goalscoring metrics, but also on the international stage.
As it stands Ronaldo is just one goal shy of the almost unthinkable. When he inevitably nets for Portugal next, he will reach a century of international goals.
Only one player has currently reached that milestone, Ali Daei of Iran with 109, but Ronaldo could soon join him.
So, Ronaldo is leading the way as Europe’s leading all-time international goalscorer, but can you name those who sit closely behind him?