|Cristiano Ronaldo kisses the ball after scoring a hat-trick against Ajax|
But the numbers of Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid are chilling. With the hat-trick against Ajax last night, the Portuguese forward has achieved 15 playing for the white club. Thirteen of them were scored in the Spanish League since arriving at the Bernabeu in 2009, one in Cup and the last in Champions League. Of these, seven achieved away from the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, where the difficulty increases. In addition, CR7 scored four goals twice; in a home match against Racing Santander (6-1) and at the Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium against Sevilla (2-6).
Cristiano scored his first hat-trick with Real Madrid against Mallorca (0-4 in 2009). That year repeated against Levante in a Spanish Cup match (8-0). In the next season (2010-2011), improved his performance with four hat-trick (Athletic, Villarreal, Malaga and Getafe) and also scored four goals two times. But it was last season when he broke all records. Cristiano Ronaldo took the ball signed by his teammates seven times after thrashing Real Zaragoza (0-6), Racing (6-1), Malaga (0-4), Osasuna (7-1), Sevilla (2-6), Levante (4-2) and Atletico Madrid(1-4).
The player has managed, with the three goals in the Amsterdam Arena, 158 goals in 154 games. And he does not stop making history. He is the fourth player of Real Madrid who achieved a hat-trick in the Champions League, after Raul, Ronaldo and Benzema. And is the third player in the history of the European Cup who scores three goals facing Ajax, after Prati (1969) and Makaay (2004). A beast.
The Whites’ forward hopes to extend his scoring streak in the Classic against Barcelona in the league: "It will be a tough match, I think we are doing well, we are all committed to getting a good result. They have a good chance too because they have a very good squad and there is not much difference between the two teams, but we have confidence". Good match to increase his numbers.
His hat-tricks (Real Madrid)
Champions League: Ajax 1-4
Spanish League: Deportivo 5-1
Spanish League: Atletico Madrid 1-4
Spanish League: Levante 4-2
Spanish League: Sevilla 2-6
Spanish League: Osasuna 7-1
Spanish League: Malaga 0-4
Spanish League: Racing 6-2
Spanish League: Zaragoza 0-6
Spanish League: Getafe 4-0
Spanish League: Malaga 7-0
Spanish League: Villarreal 4-2
Spanish League: Athletic Bilbao 5-1
Spanish League: Mallorca 0-4
Spanish Cup: Levante 8-0