The Portuguese star, who joined the club in a then-world record £70 million transfer from Manchester United in 2009, reached the milestone as he headed home Dani Carvajal’s cross in only his 288th appearance in Madrid colours.

His 300 goals for the Blancos include 214 in La Liga and 60 in the Champions League. As well as 21 Copa del Rey goals, he has also struck three times in the Supercopa de Espana and twice in the European Super Cup.

The 30-year-old is the third highest scorer in Real Madrid’s long history, with only Alfredo Di Stefano’s 308 and Raul’s 323 bettering Ronaldo’s current haul.

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