Cristiano Ronaldo broke an impressive accolade as Al-Nassr triumphed in their AFC Champions League clash on Tuesday night.
The Portuguese superstar played 90 minutes, before getting subbed off in added time, during his side’s 2-0 win over Persepolis.
Despite not getting on the scoresheet on the night, the 38-year-old did still manage to break an impressive record, once again.
By securing victory with the Saudi giants, Ronaldo recorded his 1000 game unbeaten (wins and draws) throughout his club and international career.
During those matches, Ronaldo’s team have won 776 and drawn 224 – an impressive stat to say the least.
Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr made their numerical advantage count against 10-man Persepolis in Tehran’s empty Azadi Stadium on Tuesday