Only against Cagliari: Ronaldo’s hat-trick history in Serie A

by | Oct 13, 2021 10:03

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.


  1. Sheriff maquire

    Ronaldo is not better Than messi no matter what,ronaldo was relatively poor at juventus with his stingy and carefree attitude,messi scored an hat trick against Bolivia why ronaldo always rely on penalties.messi is the GOAT.

  2. Cypher

    @Sheriff Maquire, can you move to the plastic EPL or La Liga pages & allow real football fans comment?


  3. Ros

    Lewandovski scored more goals than he played games. He had more hat-ricks in the last 2-3 years than Messi and CR7 together. He is the GOAT. But who cares, everybody talks about the showoffs, not the real hardworking heroes. RIP Mesiis and CR7 “lovers”. Juve should have signed Leva instead of crybaby CR7. But they went for glory instead of quality. Now it’s too late, we don’t have the money to launch a superstar 2.0 project. That is why we play Kean, who score 1 goal into his own net and one for Juve (and celebrated like an idiot).

  4. @jimmy_Stallion

    Serie A is a harder league to score in. Don’t know why people can’t just admit it. Italian Tactics see teams sit back and defend, even when down to prevent embarrassments unlike in the EPL and Spain. Ronaldo scored an incredible 100+ goals in the Juventus shirt at his age. Forget how many are hat tricks and just focus on game winners.

  5. ricky

    Due to the fact that Juventus has never been a club based on an attacking style of play. The problem is when you have a ferrari and the pit crew are all useless donkeys that cannot change the tyres, you will always go slower. It mirrors the way the club has been playing for a few years. Back pass, sideways pass and too slowly. CR7 needed elite service at his age. Greater clubs like Real had better players and more money.

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