- Cristiano Ronaldo was on Tuesday night, October 12, in good form scoring three goals for Portugal national team
- The Manchester United star expressed happiness for the latest achievement claiming that he wants to continue netting
- Ronaldo is expected to be in action this weekend for Manchester United in their Premier League tie against Leicester City
Cristiano Ronaldo has finally broken his silence after netting his 115th international goal for Portugal on Tuesday night, October 12, in their perfect win over Luxembourg.
The Manchester United forward and his teammates in the national team were impressive in their World Cup qualifiers beating recording 5-0 win with Cristiano Ronaldo netting hat-trick.
Interestingly, Cristiano Ronaldo's three goals against Luxembourg was via penalties as his teammate at Old Trafford Bruno Fernandes also got a goal and an assist.
Ronaldo has now become the first player in men's international football to score 10 hat-tricks for his country.
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The five-time Ballon d'Or winner broke the all-time international goals scored feat last month which was previously held by Iran forward Ali Daei.
According to what Cristiano Ronaldo posted on his official social media page, the Manchester United star explained that he wants to continue scoring for Portugal.
Cristiano Ronaldo's reaction
"Everything becomes easier when we play at home and in front of an audience that cares for us from the first to the last minute…
"I had promised that I would always be looking for more and more and more!
"It's in my DNA and in our DNA, we're never content, we never lower our arms and we always go."
Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League table and will face Leicester City in next game.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Dutch football legend Danny Blind believes Cristiano Ronaldo is responsible for the recent Manchester United woes across competitions.
Despite hitting the ground running when he made his second debut last month, the 60-year-old former defender claims the Portuguese doesn't allow the Red Devils to play in their familiar patter.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are currently fourth in the table with 14 points after seven rounds of matches.
Their latest result was the 1-1 draw against Everton at Old Trafford earlier this weekend after Andros Townsend cancelled out Anthony Martial's first half goal.