The Portuguese international has reached many summits in his playing career.
In his remarkable career, Cristiano Ronaldo has accomplished an astounding 60 hat tricks. His most recent came for Al Nassr against Damac when the Saudi club defeated Damac by three goals thanks to Ronaldo’s hat-trick.
In January 2008, Ronaldo scored his first hat-trick in the Premier League as Manchester United defeated Newcastle United 6-0.
During the course of his career, how many hat tricks has Ronaldo scored for each team? The distribution of his 62 trebles among all of his teams is shown below.
Former Real Madrid player joined Al-Nassr in a controversial move after his interview with renowned journalist Piers Morgan triggered massive outrage among United fans and board as the player criticised United’s board and manager Erick Ten Hag, his contract with the club got terminated as he joined Saudi club Al-Nassr.
Since his move to the Saudi Club, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has netted two hat tricks, taking his treble record to 62.
Manchester United: 3
However, despite enjoying a great time at United, Cristiano Ronaldo never scored many hat-tricks, and he has only managed to score against two teams in the Premier League. Twice against Norwich City and once against Tottenham Hotspurs.
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For Juventus as well, the 38-year-old has not scored many hat-tricks. The striker has netted his first treble as a Juventus player against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, then twice against Cagliari.
With 10 hat-tricks scored for Portugal during his career, Cristiano Ronaldo holds the record for the most in men’s international football.
Moreover, the 37-year-old has scored the most goals in men’s international football history. Ronaldo scored twice against the Republic of Ireland in November 2021 to break Ali Daei’s previous record of 114 goals, which had been held by the Iranian forward.
Real Madrid: 44
His most successful stint came at Real Madrid, where he enjoyed a prolific year with Los Blancos and scored the most hat-tricks. His first three goals for Real Madrid came against Mallorca in 2010, and since then he has never looked back as the five-time Champions League winner embarked on a goal-scoring spree.
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