Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has scored eight goals in two games and has now claimed two records from Lionel Messi.
The Portuguese scored a hat-trick in Real's 4-0 win against Shakhtar on Tuesday, which comes after the five goals he scored against Espanyol over the weekend.
Following his treble in the Champions League, Ronaldo is now the leading all-time scorer in the competition.
Ronaldo and Messi were both on 77 goals before this round of fixtures, a record the Argentine was first to reach.
Messi also reached the record for the most hat-tricks for Spanish clubs ahead of the Portuguese, after scoring his 32nd treble against Rayo Vallecano in March.
Back then, he was five hat-tricks ahead of his Los Blancos rival, but Ronaldo scored his 33rd hat-trick against Shakhtar on Tuesday.
The Portuguese netted five against Granada back in April, and finished the La Liga season with three hat-tricks in four games. Following his latest two trebles in four days, Ronaldo has now again overtaken Messi in the hat-trick stakes.
However, the Argentine has a chance to strike back when FC Barcelona face Roma in Italy on Wednesday night.
Overall, Ronaldo has scored 322 goals since moving to the Bernabeu and the 30-year-old is now just one goal short of tying Raul as the club’s all-time record scorer in all competitions.
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