Ronaldo helped Real Madrid to lift their fifth trophy of the season when they beat Gremio in the Club World Cup final yesterday.
The Portugal international scored the only goal of the game with a dipping free-kick midway through the second half.
He thought he had scored a second minutes later only for the offside flag to deny him.
But it is yet another trophy Ronaldo can add to his incredible achievements throughout his career.
While his form in La Liga this season has been sub-par for his high standards, the 32-year-old has been in sensational form on the European stage.
He became the first player in history to score on all six Champions League group games this season, taking his total tally for the competition to 114.
And Ronaldo picked up his fifth Ballon d’Or to draw level with Messi earlier this month to top off a brilliant year for the Portuguese star.
Next week he comes up against Messi in the first ‘El Clasico’ of the season, and Diario Gol claim Ronaldo has set his sights on proving he stands head and shoulders above his rival.