Sergio Ramos has scored 100 goals as a Real Madrid player. The defender and captain's record at the other end of the pitch is remarkable, and so many of his goals have been important.
Not all of his strikes have been decisive in the final result, but most of them have given Ramos a reason to celebrate.
"I hope I can continue to play a lot more games and score a lot more goals," Ramossaid after reaching a century of goals against Inter on Tuesday. "The records and numbers are nice, but winning is the most important thing."
MARCA wanted the Real Madrid captain himself to draw up a shortlist of his five favourite goals, which he admitted wasn't the easiest thing to do as he got to work on naming his top five.
"The goals are like my children," Ramos said, trying to narrow down his list. "It's hard to choose one, but there has been one that has been very special and has defined my career - the one against Lisbon against Atletico Madrid."
The second was another from a Champions League final, and again against Atletico from their second showdown on Europe's biggest stage, this time in Milan. He scored the opener that day before Yannick Carrasco levelled, though Ramosconverted Real Madrid's fourth penalty as well in their shootout win.
In third, he opted for two goals. They were, though, scored in the 4-0 win away at Carlo Ancelotti's Bayern Munich on what was one of Real Madrid's greatest European nights. Ramos' preferred of the two was the first, though he couldn't completely overlook the second.
His fourth favourite came at the Camp Nou back in 2016/17. The defender scored a 90th-minute equaliser to cancel out a Luis Suarez strike, ensuring Real Madrid left with a point that delivered a sore blow to Barcelona as Los Blancos went on to win LaLiga Santander.
The last of the five was his first in the Champions League, all the way back in 2005/06, away at Olympiacos.
Source: Marca / José Félix Díaz - Conor Clancy