Cristiano Ronaldo is playing for Juventus, who are currently drawing 1-1 against Sampdoria.
The Portuguese superstar joined the Old Lady for £89m this summer from Real Madrid.
And he has not taken long to make an impact, making the best start to a campaign by any Juventus player for the last 50 years.
It was no different today as the 33-year-old got on the scoring board.
In footage from the game, Juventus are two minutes into their Serie A clash against Sampdoria.
Argentine forward Paulo Dybala spreads the ball to Ronaldo across the pitch.
The forward controls it first time and runs towards his defender.
Shifting the ball onto his right foot, the Portuguese star only has one thing on his mind.
Ronaldo drives his shot to the bottom right, finding the target easily.
The forward then wheels away and pulls of his trademark celebration, hailed by the crowd.
While giving Juventus the lead, the Portuguese star won his own accolade.
With 13 goals, he became the top-scoring player for his country in a single Serie A campaign, beating Rui Barros’ 12 goals in the 1988/89 season.
And fans of Ronaldo were in awe of his scoring ability.
“Ronaldo is simply untouchable,” one supporter said.
Another commented: “God of football.”
While a third gave the forward the biggest honour.
“Greatest player of all time,” they said.
But Ronaldo was furious with himself last week after missing two sitters.