The Portuguese ace destroyed Lithuania's defense to earn himself one more goalscoring record in his ilustrious career.

Once again, Cristiano Ronaldo has earned himself a spot in history with his goalscoring prowess.

The Portuguese footballer put up a four-goal haul for Portugal during their crucial clash against Lithuania, which cemented his spot in history as the all-time top scorer in UEFA Euro Qualifying matches.

The Juventus ace has now scored 25 goals in Euro Qualifying matches, surpassing Robbie Keane's tally of 23, and he also became the only player in Portugal's history to score four goals in two different games, a feat he shared with Eusebio and Nuno Gomes.

With this performance, the 34-year-old ace also managed to earn a couple more milestones.