Cristiano Ronaldo has set countless records during his dazzling club career, and he could set yet more this weekend at Leicester.
The Manchester United striker has scored five goals in his first six outings since his return to Old Trafford. When you add that to the 794 goals he's scored for the teams he's played for, Ronaldo has a staggering total of 794 goals in all competitions.
The 36-year-old set nearly every goal-scoring record in Real Madrid history, including being the club's all-time leading scorer, sc
During his three-year stay with Juventus, he also set a new record for the fastest time to 100 goals.
With Leicester in his sights this weekend, he'll be hoping to score against an unbelievable 120 opponents.
Who has Cr7 scored against?
Ronaldo has competed in a variety of leagues and cup events, exposing him to a diverse range of opponents.
This includes his time in England's domestic cup competitions as well as his time in the Champions League with United, Real, and Juve.
He's scored in the Champions League against 55 different opponents and recently added to his tally with a goal against Young Boys, which United ultimately lost in dramatic fashion.
Ronaldo has played one game against Hull and scored twice, whereas he has played 18 games against Sevilla and scored 27 goals.
In comparison, his record versus Chelsea is dismal, with 15 appearances and only one goal.
Fulham, Newcastle, Tottenham, Charlton, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Wigan, Reading, and Birmingham are just a few of the English clubs against which he has scored.
Now he will face Leicester for only the second time in the league, and if he scores, he will have scored against his club's 120th opponent.
His lone previous meeting with the Foxes came in a 1-0 victory for Man United at Old Trafford in April 2004, when Gary Neville scored the game's only goal.