Cristiano Ronaldo is moving far ahead of Lionel Messi in terms of goalscoring. Ronaldo scored his first 113, 114 and 115 international goals today against Luxembourg, a hat-trick to increase his number of hat-tricks, more than Lionel Messi who also scored a hat-trick against Bolivia last month.
Ronaldo has now scored 58 hat-tricks in his career while Lionel Messi has scored 55 hat-tricks in his career, a little margin separate the two rivals, but the question is not who will break whose record, it is a question of who will score more, both men will certainly get more but who will have the highest.
Out of Ronaldo's 58 hat-tricks, he has scored 10 for his country Portugal while Lionel Messi has just seven for Argentina. Ronaldo has scored 48 hat-tricks for club side, he has played for Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus, whole the remaining 49 of Messi's were scored for Barcelona.
The two of the all time greats of soccer are nearing the end of their era but are showing no signs of stepping down soon. They break records and set new ones with every kick of the ball, every match played and every goal scored, making headlines daily and selling news, what an incredible career they are having.