Cristiano Ronaldo is good at footballing. This is indisputable. Whenever he's not worshipping his own false idol, or worshipping his fleshy human-robot corpus (hard to tell the statue from the real man, TBH), he's scoring goals. That's all he does: narcissism and goals. And he does both very thoroughly.
Today marked yet another milestone for the Real Madrid superstar, as he netted his 367th goal to surpass Tottenham legend Jimmy Greaves as the top scorer across Europe's top six leagues. This includes Ronaldo's time at Sporting CP and Manchester United as well. It's an impressive tally, and I'm sure we won't hear the end of it—from him—for a long time.
P.S. He also went on to miss this penalty kick immediately after breaking the record: