After scoring the opener in the Copa del Rey at home to Leganés, Real Madrid captain Ramos has now netted 100 goals for club and country.
Sergio Ramos has scored his 100th goal for club and country.
Brought up century with Copa goal against Leganés
Real Madrid captain Ramos opened the scoring for his side in a Copa del Rey first-leg clash at home to Leganés on Wednesday.
Netting from the spot means centre-back Ramos has now reached three figures during his professional career.
Ramos has taken over penalty duties for Madrid since the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo to Serie A champions Juventus.
On pace for best ever return in LaLiga
The 32-year-old has scored four times in 18 LaLiga appearances and is on track to beat his best return of seven strikes.
Spain defender Ramos was also on the scoresheet in the Club World Cup final last month, netting in a 4-1 win over Al Ain.