Cristiano Ronaldo scored three of his 58 career hat-tricks with Juventus but managed just two in Serie A and always against Cagliari.
The Portuguese ace scored the 58th hat-trick in his career against Luxemburg last night, the tenth with his national team.
During his three-year spell at Juventus, Ronaldo scored three hat-tricks. The first one in his first season in Turin.
It was during the return leg of the Champions League Round of 16 against Atletico Madrid.
Juventus had lost 2-0 in Madrid, but CR7 turned things around in Turin, scoring three goals and helping the Serie A giants qualify for the quarter-finals, where they would eventually lose to Ajax.
Ronaldo has only scored two hat-tricks in Serie A during his three-year spell at the Allianz Stadium. Both against Cagliari.
His first Serie A hat-trick came in January 2020 when in a 4-0 win in Turin, while the second one was at the Sardegna Arena this year.
Ronaldo scored three goals in Juventus’ 3-1 away win and celebrated with a controversial gesture that aimed to silence his critics after the Old Lady had been eliminated from the Champions League at the hands of Porto earlier that week.