Cristiano Ronaldo breaks the record of Raul Gonzalez
Cristiano Ronaldo scored five goals and turned out to be Real Madrid’s supreme top scorer in La Liga as he driven Los Blancos to a pounding 6-0 win at Espanyol. Ronaldo, who was helpless to score in both of Real’s opening class matches, required only seven minutes to open his record against Espanyol, having packed away a treble here last season. He instantly scored again from the penalty spot and afterward finished his hat-trick on 20 minutes with the assistance of a cross from Gareth Bale. Karim Benzema included a fourth before the break, and after that in the second half Bale again laid on the go for Ronaldo to strike for the fourth time and make Madrid history. Nevertheless, he was still not done, changing over again from inside the region on 80 minutes.
With Madrid’s Champions League match commencing against Shakhtar Donetsk one week from now, Head coach Rafa Benitez turned his side by sidelining Toni Kroos for Casemiro, while injuries to James Rodriguez and Danilo constrained him to acquire Isco and Dani Carvajal. That win was Madrid’s second of the season to run with one draw. Barcelona visits Atlético Madrid later on Saturday in a match between the last two team champions.
Despite the fact that they would end the evening mortified, Espanyol made an empowering start, with Felipe Caicedo compelling Real Madrid goalkeeper to tip his shot around the post in the opening minutes.
“Espanyol has a decent team however when Cristiano Ronaldo has his day it’s unimaginable,” Madrid’s center back Pepe told.
The Portuguese forward’s great pull saw him advance of Alfredo di Stefano and Raul in one evening to store up an aggregate of 229 goals in 203 matches – Ronaldo breaks the record of Raul Gonzalez, who required 550 games to achieve his record.
It was Ronaldo’s 28th hat-trick for Real Madrid while he hit one and only during his time at Manchester United. A keep running off four progressive matches without a goal and some moderately poor presentations started inquiries in a few quarters about his initial season form.