Cristiano Ronaldo has added yet another record to his long list of achievements.
The Portuguese has started his second stint at Man United like a house on fire, scoring four goals in three matches.
He was on target on Sunday as Man United came from behind to beat West Ham 2-1 in an English Premier League match played at the London Stadium.
The stadium is now the 66th venue in which he’s scored since his first United debut in 2003, which is the most any player in Europe’s top five leagues.
66 - West Ham's London Stadium is the 66th different stadium that Cristiano Ronaldo has scored at in matches played in Europe's big five leagues, scoring at more unique venues than any other player since his Man Utd debut in 2003-04, ahead of Zlatan Ibrahimovic (64). Conqueror. pic.twitter.com/64uJF3SeZp— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 19, 2021
He can't just stop, can he?