The scorer of the hat-trick in Manchester United’s win over Norwich (3-2) in the Premier League this Saturday, Cristiano Ronaldo signed the 60th hat-trick of his career, the 50th at the club. a record.
Scoring a hat-trick may seem like an achievement already for a scorer worthy of the name. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick for the 50th time in his club career during this Saturday’s Premier League match between Manchester United and Norwich (3-2). Considering international matches with Portugal, this figure has increased to 60.
There has still been little criticism in recent weeks, as his team, like Cristiano Ronaldo, reacted on the field to his second hat-trick of the season, more than a month after his first breakthrough against Tottenham on March 12. He had not found fault since then, even though he had only played two games with the Red Devils.
Leading 2–0, Manchester United were caught but savior Ronaldo emerged from a free kick (75th). “Against Tottenham, he was really important today. Second and third are not really easy, they are exceptional,” praising Manchester United coach Ralph Rangnick.
44 hat-tricks with Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in his career to reach the bar of 50 club hat-tricks, scoring 810 goals. 44 of them were made in Real Madrid jerseys, with Juventus for three hat-tricks as well as Manchester United.
At 37 years old, Cristiano Ronaldo will be able to set other records in the coming months. Only Teddy Sheringham scored a hat-trick in the Premier League as he was older (37 years and 146 days for the British, while 37 years and 70 days for the Portuguese). Returning to Old Trafford this season, “CR7” scored a total of 21 goals in 35 games across all competitions. Meanwhile, he has already become the first player in the English league to score more than 15 goals in a single practice when he is 36 or older.