Ciro Immobile has already set numerous Lazio goal-scoring records over his current tenure with the club. The Italian striker set a new such record during his side’s UEFA Champions League group stage fixture against Club Brugge.

Immobile scored a key penalty goal in the first half to give Lazio a 2-1 lead. The goal gave him a score for the ninth straight game in all competitions, which is now a new club record. According to the Italian-based outlet La Lazio Siamo Noi, the previous record was set 97 years ago by Fulvio Bernardini. The former Italian forward scored in eight consecutive games while with Lazio.

For Immobile, his current goal-scoring run began in October during Lazio’s home 3-1 Champions League win against Borussia Dortmund. So far, he has gone on to score in every fixture since then with five of the goals coming in Serie A play.

Immobile continues to showcase why he is among the top goal-scoring strikers in the game today.