Cristiano Ronaldo has overtaken Raul as Real Madrid's all time highest goalscorer after scoring against Levante in Saturday's La Liga fixture.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Ronaldo scored from outside the box against Levante in the first half to move clear of Raul as the club's highest goalscorer of all time.

Ronaldo has played just 310 matches for his club, while Raul has appeared 741 times for Real over a span of 16 years.

Ronaldo has now scored 12 goals in his last nine appearances for the club. Ronaldo had earlier levelled Raul's record with a brace against Malmo in the Champions League.

The Portugese, who joined Real Madrid in 2009 for a then world record fee, now has 502 goals in his name for club and country.

He  has scored 324 times for Real Madrid in 310 appearances. He also has 231 Liga goals in 208 appearances and is currently fourth in the all time La Liga topscorer charts behind Hugo Sanchez, Telmo Zarra and Lionel Messi.

The 30 year old has averaged around fifty goals per season since his arrival at Madrid and has already won a Champions League, a La Liga title and two Copa Del Reys with Real Madrid.

He recently won the Golden boot for being Europe's top goalscorer and has won the last two Ballon d'Ors as well.