Last night (Thursday) Cristiano Ronaldo recorded another milestone in his career full of achievements when he reached 503 goals in the leagues, after he scored a great four and gave his team Al Nasser a 0:4 victory over Al Wahadah.
"Ronaldo almighty", read the headline of the 'Sun'.
In the British 'Daily Star', the comparisons to Leo Messi were brought back to life, "The Flea was crowned the best in history following the World Cup win, but Ronaldo's quartet brought him back to the throne at the expense of Messi in the eyes of some fans."
"Ronaldo has finally announced himself in Saudi Arabia," the Mirror wrote.
In the Spanish "Ace" we praised "the poker of the phenomenon".
If Cristiano adds something during his time in Saudi Arabia, in addition to the numbers in his bank account, it is a matter of statistics."
"Without Talisca, it was the evening of the star.
Now they will score more goals than games in the team", they added in the Portuguese 'Record'.
English journalist Piers Morgan, who conducted the famous interview with the phenomenon that led to the end of the Portuguese's career at Manchester United, tweeted: "Ronaldo now has 61 or more hat-tricks in his career.
30 under the age of 30, and 31 between the ages of 30 and 38.
BREAKING: Cristiano Ronaldo scores all 4 goals in Al-Nassr's 4-0 win at Al-Wehda, passing 500 League goals in his career.
He's now scored 61 hat-tricks, 30 before he was 30, 31 since he turned 30. He's now 38.
Congrats 🐐 @Cristiano 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/pCipxbC0DT
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 9, 2023
The Portuguese is now fifth in the league's all-time scorers list after Pele (603), Romario (544), Josef Bizan (518) and Franz Puskas (514).
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