Sweden and AC Milan superstar, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is known for his goalscoring feats on the pitch and the 40-year-old recently equalled another record when it came to scoring against the most teams in Europe's top-five leagues.
Here, we take a look at five players who have scored the most against different opponents in the history of club football.
Stats courtesy of Transfermarkt.
1. Cristiano Ronaldo - 80 opponents - 484 goals
Widely considered as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport, Cristiano Ronaldo unsurprisingly tops this list as he has netted against 80 different opponents and scoring 484 goals.
The 36-year-old had scored against his 80th opponent in December last year, with his goal against Burnley making him the overall leader - though that record has now been equalled.
2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic - 80 opponents - 301 goals
Zlatan Ibrahimovic recently equalled Ronaldo's record during AC Milan's 3-0 win over Venezia in the Serie A, with the Super Swede on par with the five-time Ballon d'Or award winner.
Despite being 40-years-old, he continues to make a mockery of defences around the world and does not look like he will top anytime soon.
3. Jurgen Klinsmann - 75 opponents - 204 goals
One of the best strikers to come from Germany, Jurgen Klinsmann played for a number of different clubs during his career, scoring 204 goals and it came against 74 different opponents.
The 57-year-old won a number of honours, the most important being the 1990 World Cup title.
4. Edin Dzeko - 69 opponents - 209 goals
A prolific striker, Edin Dzeko has perhaps not got the plaudits he has deserved considering that he continues to put on consistent performances in front of goal.
The Bosnian has so far scored against 69 different opponents and with the striker still going strong, he might move up this list in the near future.
5. Youri Djorkaeff - 68 opponents - 136 goals
Nicknamed the "Snake" due to his ability to get past defenders and bend the ball, Youri Djorkaeff was capable of playing anywhere in attack and was wildly successful when it came to winning trophies.
The 53-year-old was part of France's squad that won the 1998 World Cup and 2000 European Championship, while also winning honours in France and Italy.