Cristiano Ronaldo (37), who scored four goals in one game for Saudi Arabia, is in a great mood.
On the 10th (Korean time), after the Saudi Professional League match against Al Wahda held at the King Abdul Azid Stadium in Saudi Arabia, he asked the referee for an autograph and became a hot topic.
Ronaldo, who started as a forward striker, scored the first goal in the 21st minute of the first half, scored the second goal in the 40th minute, and scored a hat-trick with a penalty kick in the 8th minute of the second half.
He then scored the fourth goal of the game eight minutes later without stopping at the hat trick.
After the match, Ronaldo, who received a commemorative ball from referee Sultan Al Harbi, even asked for an autograph from Al Harbi.
The British Express said, “It was an unusual approach among the 61st (hat-trick) commemorative balls,” and “It will be a memory that will be cherished for many years as it is the first hat-trick in Saudi Arabia.”
Ronaldo, who scored 1 goal in 2 Saudi Professional League matches for Al Nasr prior to the match, quickly increased his record to 5 goals in 3 matches. 안전놀이터
Ronaldo scored 499 goals in 655 professional league matches before the match.
On this day, he added 4 goals and broke the 500 goal mark, becoming his 503rd goal in 656 matches in his career.
The detailed record is 3 goals in 25 matches in Portugal Primera Liga (Sporting Lisbon), 103 goals in 236 matches in English Premier League (Manchester United), 311 goals in 292 matches in Spain Primera Liga (Real Madrid), 81 goals in 98 matches in Italy Serie A (Juventus), And 5 goals in 3 games in the Saudi Pro League (Al Nasr).
In world soccer history, Pele (604 goals), Romario (544 goals), Joseph Bican (518 goals) and Ferenc Pushkas (514 goals) have scored more goals than Ronaldo.
Al Nasr, who had only 1 win and 2 draws in the last 3 matches, accumulated 3 points with a big win that day and rose to first place ahead of Al Shabas in the goal difference with 37 points.
Ronaldo, who returned to Manchester United last summer, terminated his contract with Manchester United following a revealing interview ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and joined Al Nasr last month.