Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, who is widely known as an international sensation, capped off his incredible season with Real Madrid by notching a hat trick.
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Real Madrid had their season finale against Getafe and defeated them, 7-3, on Saturday.
Ronaldo proved once again that he is arguably the best footballer in the entire world as he finished with a whopping 48 goals for Real Madrid this season.
This falls just short of Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, who still holds the La Liga single-season record for goals with 50. This was set in the 2012 season.
Ronaldo also added 10 goals in the Champions League to go with two in the UEFA Super Cup and one in the Copa del Rey.
This brings his total number of goals this season to an incredible 61, which averages out to 1.13 per game.
The Portuguese star has set a career high, which was not easy for him to accomplish, considering he scored 60 goals in the 2012 season.