Cristiano Ronaldo and Co faced cross-town neighbours last night as the Portuguese star was on rampant form bagging a hat-trick en route to a 3-nil victory as well as creating more history with the Los Blancos in the process.
The 31-year-old pipped the great Alfredo Di Stefano in scoring the most goals against Atletico Madrid. Ronaldo bagged his 17th, 18th and 19th goals a landmark bettered by none in their rich history.
(Ronaldo alongside club's President Florentino Perez after signing a new lucrative contract with the club)
What's more, the three-time Ballon d'Or winner is also in sole possession of several other Real records including the clubs all-time scorer, but there are a host of significant other records Ronaldo will have on his cross-hairs on:
All-time top scorer in La Liga history.
Lionel Messi = 320
Ronaldo = 268
All-time scorer in the 'El Clasico' for Real Madrid.
Di Stefano = 18
Ronaldo = 16
Most goals scored in a single Copa Del Rey campaign.
Current record = Ferenc Puskas (14)
Ronaldo's personal best = 7
Oldest post-second World War scorer.
Puskas = 38-years-old
Ronaldo's new contract will extend his stay at the Bernabeu for a further five years as well as expressing a desire in playing till he's 40.
Real Madrid's fastest goal.
Ivan Zamorano = 12-seconds
Most appearances for Real Madrid.
Raul = 741
Ronaldo = 374
But, hey, he wants to play for ages more.
Oldest post-second World War player.
Puskas = 38-years-old and 233 days
Most appearances in the Champions League for Real Madrid.
Iker Casillas = 152
Ronaldo = 79
All time appearance maker for a non-Spanish player.
Roberto Carlos (Brazil) = 370
Ronaldo = 245 and counting
Will he be able to break any of these?