Cristiano Ronaldo is Portugal's all-time leading goalscorer with 107 goals to his name.
The soccer legend has been in magnificent form for Portugal this summer, scoring three goals in two games at Euro 2020.
Despite their 4-2 thumping to Germany, Portugal - the defending champions still have a chance of qualifying into the last 16.
Ronaldo's three goals takes him to 12 overall at the Eurpean Championships and he is now the all-time goalscorer at the tournament.
Since the semi-finals of Euro 2004, Ronaldo has more goals (11) than England (10) - let's leave it at that.
He is also the only player to have participated at the Euros on five occassions as well as scoring in every one.
Below, Planet Sport takes a look at every goal scored by Ronaldo in the competition.
Ronaldo's first goal at the Euros was also his first as a Portugal player. It was bittersweet for Ronaldo though, with it coming in a shock 2-1 group stage defeat to Greece at Euro 2004.
The winger's head - from a Luis Figo corner - proved to be nothing more than a consolation goal. Greece would beat Portugal again in the final to create one of the biggest shocks in soccer history.
CR7's second goal of the tournament opened the scoring for Portugal in their 2-1 win over the Netherlands in the semi-final.
It was a carbon copy of his goal against Greece, except the only difference was that the corner was put in by Deco.
Ronaldo's header helped his country on its way to a final showdown against Greece, but they came up short against the underdogs once again.
3) Czech Republic
Four years may have passed, but the Deco-Ronaldo partnership continued to shine at Euro 2008.
In a 3-1 victory over Czech Republic, Deco's good work down the right flank created some space to find a pass to Ronaldo bursting through the middle, who swept home a side-footed effort into the bottom left corner.
If Ronaldo did not impress too much at Euro 2008 with just one goal, he made up for it at Euro 2012 by scoring three, including a brace in the group stage against the Netherlands.
The opening goal saw Ronaldo latch onto a through ball by Joao Pereira and his finish beat goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg at his near post.
His second goal that day was provided by Nani, who's low cross to Ronaldo was angled to perfection.
As the ball came to his feet, Ronaldo shaped his body to shoot, only to fake a shot which made defender Gregory van der Wiel fall over before beating Stekelenburg's near post again. The goal sent Portugal through to the quarter-final.
6) Czech Republic
Portugal's quarter-final against Czech Republic was heading towards a stalemate with 10 minutes to go and they needed a special moment from a special player. Up stepped Ronaldo.
A powerful header was met from Joao Moutinho's cross, beating Petr Cech to preserve the Czech's clean sheet and take them into the semi-finals.
Like against the Netherlands in 2012, Ronaldo dusted off his Euro cobwebs in 2016 by netting a brace against Hungary in a 3-3 group stage draw. The first goal that day, is arguably the best of the bunch.
A cross came in from Joao Mario on the right flank and it was flicked home by Ronaldo with a deft backheel of sorts, perfectly into the corner. It tied the scores that day to 2-2 and it would not be the last time Ronaldo would need to bring his team back level.
Just five minutes after his equaliser, Hungary took the lead for the third time in the game. However, their 3-2 lead only stood for seven minutes before Ronaldo chalked it off again.
His second goal was a towering header. The cross was swung into the penalty area by Ricardo Quaresma and Ronaldo was allowed a free run at goal to make it 3-3.
Euro 2016 saw Wales go on a fairy-tale run to the semi-finals of the competition before falling short to Portugal.
Their dreams were shattered early in the second half when a corner was taken short to Raphael Guerreiro, whose cross into the box was met by a powerful Ronaldo header to give Portugal the lead.
Ronaldo would feature in the final but for only 25 minutes after suffering a knee injury. Despite being without their star man, Fernando Santos' team went on to lift the trophy with victory over France.
Ronaldo helped himself to his record 10th European Championships goal from the penalty spot after Rafa Silva was felled.
His goal surpassed Michel Platini's tally of nine, which were all scored at the 1984 tournament in France.
For the second conseuctive tournament, Ronaldo bagged a brace against Hungary to seal the three points for Portugal.
His 11th came in stoppage time as he took the ball around goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi.
The 36-year-old scored his third goal of Euro 2020 to give Portugal a 1-0 lead in their second group game against Germany.
On a counter attack, Ronaldo ran 90 yards to make it into the opposition's box and cooly score a tap-in.