Recalled Ronaldo scored a hat-trick for Portugal against Luxembourg in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying match on Sunday.
The Manchester United striker became the first male soccer player ever to score 10 international hat-trick, and he took to his social media handle to celebrate the feat on Monday evening.
Ronaldo posted on his Facebook page, Ronaldo thanked his fans and teammates for supporting and The post got more than 1.5 million engagements, with one of those coming from Lionel Messi's wife.
She posted photos of herself with the three sons (Matteo, Thiago, and Ciro), she had with Lionel Messi, which means a child stood for a goal.
Antonella's action means the football rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and her husband did not stop her celebrating with the Portuguese superstars.
She's also following Ronaldo's Girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez on Instagram,, and it's another example that the relationship between the families are in good condition.
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