Ronaldo reached number 300 with his goal against Rayo Vallecano in early April.
Cristiano Ronaldo only needed 288 games to score 300 goals for Real Madrid and he has been presented with a special shirt to mark his achievements by club president Florentino Perez.
Ronaldo, 30, scored the landmark goal against Rayo Vallecano on April 8 and only trails Raul (323) and Alfredo di Stefano (307) in the scoring charts for the Spanish giants.
And after training on Friday Ronaldo posed with the commemorative ‘300’ strip alongside his team-mates in Madrid.
The Portuguese forward has only taken six years to reach the figure in all competitions, having signed for the club for a then world-record fee of £80million from Manchester United.
He has also claimed two Ballon d’Or awards in that time, while competing with Barcelona’s star man Lionel Messi.
Real Madrid host Malaga this weekend as they look to narrow the gap between themselves and Barca at the top of La Liga, but Ronaldo won’t be linking up with Karim Benzema.
The French striker picked up a knee injury in Tuesday’s 0-0 Champions League quarter-final first leg draw at Atletico Madrid.
Real coach Carlo Ancelotti confirmed the news in his pre-match press conferesnce, saying: ‘Benzema is not available [for Saturday] but we will have him back for the next game [Atletico Madrid]’