- Rogerio Ceni records most ever victories with a single club Monday
- The 41-year-old claims his 590th win after Sao Paulo beat Goias
- Ryan Giggs' record of 589 victories with Manchester United is beaten
He's not a household name, but Rogerio Ceni is a footballer without equal.
While superstars like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi compete for major accolades, those two superstars are lagging behind the 41-year-old Brazilian goalkeeper in one football history record.
Ceni has been turning out for his beloved Sao Paulo for 22 years and, at the grand old age of 41, a 3-0 Brazilian league win over Goais on Monday secured his 590th win -- the most any player has ever registered with a single club.
In doing so the former Brazil international surpassed the mark previously set by Manchester United's Ryan Giggs, who racked up 589 victories with the 20-time English champions between 1990 and 2014.