Who has the most hat tricks between Messi and Ronaldo?

How many hat trick Messi and Ronaldo has?

Currently, Leo Messi has achieved 54 hat-tricks and Cristiano Ronaldo 57.

Did Ronaldo score hat-trick against Barcelona?

László Kubala scored 7 goals in a match in 1952 with Barcelona. Alfredo di Stéfano scored 22 hat-tricks with Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo scored 34 hat-tricks for Real Madrid between 2010 and 2018.


7 Player scored seven goals
Player scored hat-trick as a substitute
The home team

Who is the king of Football now?

Lionel Messi is called as the Football king in 2021.

Who is the goat of soccer?

GOAT of Football in 2021: Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi is considered by many the greatest footballer of all time, and 2021 was the year Lionel Messi finally broke his international curse, by lifting the long awaited Copa America title for Argentina.

Did Messi scored 5 goals in a match?

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi scored five goals in a Champions League game against Bayer Leverkusen on March 7, 2012. Playing in the home-leg of the knock-out round, Messi became the first player to score five goals in a champions league match.

Which bowler has the most hat tricks?

The only other bowler to have taken multiple hat-tricks is Chaminda Vaas of Sri Lanka. Hat-tricks are dominated by fast bowlers with Saqlain the only spinner to have taken an ODI hat-trick.


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* Hat-trick taken in a World Cup match
(c) Caught
(c and b) Caught and bowled
(lbw) Leg before wicket
(st) Stumped

Who has scored a double hat trick?

The four players who have scored a double hat-trick are Albert Valentine, Syd Carter, Johnnie Mullington and Andy Scott, two of whom hold all-time club records.

Who is the king of Champions League?

Cristiano Ronaldo leads the UEFA Champions League in all-time goals scored, scoring a total of 135 goals.

Who is the fastest player to score 100 UCL goals?

Ronaldo was the first to reach 100 goals with a single club, reaching the mark for Real Madrid on 14 February 2018; Messi completed his century, all for Barcelona, exactly a month later.