Cristiano Ronaldo: The Football Superstar's International Hat-tricks

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Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 93 goals for Portugal so far and has eight hat-tricks to his name. Ler's have a brief look at all the hat-tricks he has scored.

Written By Abhishek Shetty | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Cristiano Ronaldo has broken every record possible for a Portuguese footballer at the international level. Ronaldo's tally has gone up to 93 when he scored four goals in Portugal's Euro 2020 qualifying match against Lithuania recently. The star winger is only 16 goals behind the all-time highest goal-scorer from Portugal, Ali Daei (109 goals). The Juventus player now has a total of eight hat-tricks to his name for Portugal after he scored one in the Lithuania game. Let's have a brief look at all of his hat-tricks.


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Cristiano Ronaldo's hat-tricks 

Against: Northern Ireland    
Minutes: 3 goals (68', 77', 83')    
Final Score: 4–2    
Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast    
Occasion: 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers   
Date: 6 September 2013   

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Against: Sweden    
Minutes: 3 goals (50', 77', 79')    
Final Score: 3–2    
Venue: Friends Arena, Solna    
Occasion: 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
Date: 19 November 2013  

Against: Armenia    
Minutes: 3 goals (29' pen., 55', 58')    
Final Score: 3–2    
Venue: Republican Stadium, Yerevan
Occasion: UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifiers   
Date: 13 June 2015  

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Against: Andorra    
Minutes: 4 goals (2', 4', 47', 68')
Final Score: 6–0    
Venue: Estádio Municipal de Aveiro, Aveiro    
Occasion: 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
Date: 7 October 2016

Against: Faroe Islands
Minutes: 3 goals (3', 29' pen., 65')    
Final Score: 5–1    
Venue: Estádio do Bessa, Porto  
Occasion: FIFA World Cup qualification    
Date: 31 August 2017

Against: Spain    
Minutes: 3 goals (4' pen., 44', 88')
Final Score: 3–3    
Venue: Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi   
Occasion: FIFA World Cup group stage    
Date: 15 June 2018

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Against: Switzerland    
Minutes: 3 goals (25', 88', 90')    
Final Score: 3–1    
Stadium: Estádio do Dragão, Porto  
Occasion: UEFA Nations League Finals    
Date: 5 June 2019

Against: Lithuania    
Minutes: 4 goals (7' pen., 62', 65', 76')    
Final Score: 5–1    
Stadium: LFF Stadium, Vilnius    
Occasion: UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifiers
Date: 10 September 2019    

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