Robert Lewandowski scored his 250th Bundesliga goal in Bayern Munich's game against Wolfsburg at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday.
Bayern striker Lewandowski reached the landmark with a header on the stroke of half-time to cancel out Maximilian Philipp's early opener.
The 32-year-old is only the third player in Bundesliga history to reach the landmark after Gerd Muller (365) and Klaus Fischer (268), though he is the first non-German to achieve the feat.
Lewandowski required 332 games to hit the total, making him quicker than Fischer (460) but not as rapid as Bayern great Muller (284).
The Poland international scored his first 74 Bundesliga goals across 131 appearances for Borussia Dortmund, with his 176 for Bayern taking just 201 matches.
Lewandowski appears to prefer the comforts of home, with 150 of his efforts coming on his own patch compared to 100 in away games.
It is not often Lewandowski finds himself on the bench, but in the 37 appearances he has made as a substitute, he has scored 16 goals.
Of his 250 goals, 43 were left-footed, 164 right-footed and 41 headed, with two more scored with other parts of his body.
There were 16 scored from outside the box and 234 inside - including 29 penalties.
Lewandowski's landmark effort was his 22nd in 20 Bundesliga games versus Wolfsburg, the most he has netted against any one opponent.