Club Deportivo Guadalajara must be very sorry today because at the time, neither Chivas nor Leaño wanted Ronaldo Cisneros and today, he made history in MLS.
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The Mexican striker dressed as a hero for his team, Atlanta United, by doing a feat that put him in the history of the club and Major League Soccer.
Chivas and Leaño did not want Ronaldo Cisneros and today, he made history in the MLS
Mexican striker Ronaldo Cisneros made MLS history today by scoring the fastest hat-trick in the history of Atlanta United, with which his club ended up winning the match with a score of 4-1 against the Chicago Fire.
Cisneros scored goals in the 2nd, 27th, and 36th minutes, and left a goal to teammate Brooks Lennon, to finish off the Fire, which solved the game for Gonzalo Pineda.
For the Chicago Fire, the Nigerian Chinonso Offor scored the second goal with a powerful shot from a brilliant cross by Xerdán Shaqiri, although his goal was of little use, as the last goal of the match also came from the Five Stripes, through Brooks Lennon.
How long did Ronaldo Cisneros take to score his hat-trick?
The Mexican striker who plays for Atlanta United of the MLS scored his 3 goals in less than 36 minutes, thus surpassing the mark set by Josef Martínez in 2017 against New England, as on that occasion the Venezuelan scored them before the 39th minute.
And despite the fact that right now Chivas is going through a good moment, the fans of the Rebaño Sagrado already have one more reason to be happy that Marcelo Michel Leaño is no longer the head coach of Chivas since he let this great talent go.
It was in the 2021-2022 season when Chivas and Leaño decided to loan Cisneros to Atlanta United, as the player did not fit in Michel Leaño's tactical scheme.
However, a few months after this transfer, the time has put everyone in their place and while Leaño is unemployed, Cisneros has just made history in MLS.
Is Ronaldo Cisneros' hat-trick the fastest in MLS history?
So far, the fastest hat-trick in all of MLS history was scored by Nashville SC's Hany Mukhtar, when he scored 3 goals in less than 16 minutes against the Chicago Fire in the 2021 campaign.
Apparently, the Fire is a club that is like a magnet for hat tricks, like the one scored today by Mexican striker Ronaldo Cisneros.