Cristiano Ronaldo performs another hat-trick in World Cup qualifier defeat

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Last night in the World Cup qualifiers in Group A, Portugal beat Luxembourg 5-0, Ronaldo performed a hat-trick and increased his total number of goals to 115 international goals, 6 points higher than former Iranian striker Ali Day. , 35 points ahead of Lionel Messi. Scored his 80th goal for Argentina this weekend.

As he expanded a record, Ronaldo set another record-becoming the first person to perform 10 hat tricks in international football.

“I promised that I will always look for more and more things!” Ronaldo wrote on Instagram after the game. “This is in my DNA and ours. We will never settle down, we will never give up, and we will always fight for what we can achieve! Go to Portugal!”

His three goals allowed the 36-year-old player to perform an incredible 58 hat tricks in his club and national team career, and like many of them, free throws helped him.

Just seven minutes later, Ronaldo started scoring from the scene-after Bernardo Silva was fouled, his penalty fell directly in the middle.

Ronaldo made his first penalty easily.

A few minutes later, the Manchester United striker was waiting in line for his second penalty in the game. After being knocked down by Luxembourg goalkeeper Anthony Morris, he thumped his chest.

The referee ordered Ronaldo to regain his second successful penalty kick due to the invasion, but he easily extended Portugal’s lead to two points in the second attempt.

Manchester United teammate Bruno Fernandez scored a third goal before the 18th minute, as Portugal threatened to improve cricket scoring, but Luxembourg insisted on keeping the score at three points until Joo Parcinha in the second half Headed from a corner kick midway through.

The sports midfielder celebrated Ronaldo’s iconic “Siuuuu” jump with an ode-a tribute to Ronaldo. There is no doubt that after Ronaldo equalized in the game against Manchester United two weeks ago, Viandros Townsend enjoys the respect even more.
Joao Palhinha celebrated his goal in a Ronaldo style.

With 4 minutes left in the game, the original creator retracted this move for himself-celebrating in his usual style after completing a hat trick with a close header.

This victory put Portugal behind Serbia, the leader of Group A, in a game. The two sides took the lead among the other teams in the group and faced each other in the final qualifying match.

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