- Sergio Ramos becomes the only player to score at least a goal in 17 consecutive years in La Liga
- The 34-year-old found the back of the net in a La Liga match against Osasuna over the weekend
- Ramos is also the fifth player with most appearances in Real Madrid behind the likes of Raul, Casillas, Sanchi and Santillana
Sergio Ramos has continued to set incredible records as a defender after helping Real Madrid defeat Osasuna 4-1 at the Estadio El Sadar.
The 34-year-old played his 441st league game for the Madrid and the central defender was on hand to finish off an assist from Carlos Casimero's headed assist to put Los Blancos ahead.
Ramos has now scored 90 goals for the Santiago Bernabeu outfit which makes him the only player to score in his 17th straight year in the Spanish topflight division.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Athletic Bilbao's Raul Garcia are the other two players to have scored in all their 16 seasons in La Liga.
The Spanish captain is also the fifth on most appearances for Los Merengues behind Raul Gonzales (550), Manuel Sanchis (523), Ilker Casillas (510) and Santillana (461).
Zinedine Zidane side maintained their position on top of the table with three points but their performance against Osasuna did not reflect on the result.
Unai Garcia put the home side ahead with a diving header in the 14th minute from a corner kick from Ruben Garcia.
Despite their lackluster performance, Isco pulled one back for the visitors and Ramos put Los Blanocs ahead with the simplest of tap-ins from close range.
Substitute Lucas Vazquez made it 3-1 with six minutes left to play courtesy of a Karim Benzema's assist and Luka Jovic scored the goal of the match in the 90th minute.
Real Madrid are three points clear at the top of La Liga after Barcelona defeated Real Betis.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Barcelona came from one goal down to beat Real Betis 3-2 in a high-tempo Spanish League clash at the Benito Villamarin Arena.
It was the first time Quique Setien would return to his former club since he was named the Catalan boss last month.