That's it, ladies and gentlemen, Ronaldo is officially on the Al-Nassr scoresheet. The Portuguese legend converted a 93rd-minute penalty to give his team a 2-2 draw against Al-Fateh. Al Nassr remains top of the Saudi Pro League table.
He's now scored a goal every year since 2001, giving him a total of 820 senior career strikes — that's the most in the history of football.
CR7 has scored against 170 teams in his career, 125 clubs, and 45 countries.
He also missed two sitters in a matter of minutes for his new side, leaving teammates stunned.