List of Portugal national football team hat-tricks

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Cristiano Ronaldo holds the record for the most hat-tricks scored by a Portuguese player, with nine

Since Portugal's first international association football match in 1921 against Spain, there have been 25 occasions when a Portuguese player has scored three or more goals (a hat-trick) in a game. The first hat-trick was scored by Valdemar Mota against Italy in 1928. The record for the most goals scored in an international by a Portuguese player is four, which has been achieved on five occasions: by Eusébio against North Korea at the 1966 World Cup, by Nuno Gomes against Andorra in 2002, by Pauleta against Kuwait in 2003, and the other two by Cristiano Ronaldo, the first against Andorra in 2016 and the second against Lithuania in 2019. In addition to Eusébio, the only other two Portuguese player to have scored a hat-trick at the World Cup finals was Pauleta in the 2002 World Cup against Poland and Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2018 World Cup against Spain. Sérgio Conceição is the only Portuguese player to have scored a hat-trick at the European Championship finals. He scored the only three goals of the match against Germany at Euro 2000.

Cristiano Ronaldo holds the record for the most hat-tricks scored by a Portuguese player, with nine between 2013 and 2019. André Silva was the youngest Portuguese player to score a hat-trick with 20 years, 11 months and 4 days and he achieved that against Faroe Islands.

Hat-tricks for Portugal[edit]

No. Player Opponent Goals[nb 1] Score[nb 2] Venue Competition Date Ref(s)
1 Valdemar Mota  Italy 3 – (20', 27', 77') 4–1 Campo do Ameal, Porto Friendly match 14 April 1928 [1]
2 Francisco Palmeiro  Spain 3 – (5', 26', 43') 3–1 Estádio Nacional, Lisbon 3 June 1956 [2]
3 Yaúca  Luxembourg 3 – (53', 66', 83') 6–0 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification 19 March 1961 [3]
4 Eusébio  Turkey 3 – (21', 63', 77') 5–1 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification 24 January 1965 [4]
5 José Torres  Uruguay 3 – (7, 57, 64) 3–0 Friendly match 26 June 1966 [5]
6 Eusébio  North Korea 4 – (27' pen., 43', 56', 59' pen.) 5–3 Goodison Park, Liverpool 1966 FIFA World Cup quarter-final 23 July 1966 [6]
7 Paulo Alves  Liechtenstein 3 – (67', 73', 90') 7–0 Sportpark Eschen-Mauren, Eschen UEFA Euro 1996 qualifying 15 August 1995 [7]
8 João Vieira Pinto 3 – (40', 59', 67') 8–0 Estádio Municipal, Coimbra UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying 9 June 1999 [8]
9 Sérgio Conceição  Germany 3 – (35', 54', 71') 3–0 Feijenoord Stadion, Rotterdam UEFA Euro 2000 group stage 20 June 2000 [9]
10 Luís Figo  Moldova 3 – (43' pen., 61' pen., 89') 3–0 Estádio de São Luís, Faro Friendly match 15 August 2001 [10]
11 Nuno Gomes  Andorra 4 – (36', 40', 45', 90') 7–1 Camp d'Esports, Lleida 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification 1 September 2001 [11]
12 Pauleta  Poland 3 – (14', 65', 77') 4–0 Jeonju Stadium, Jeonju 2002 FIFA World Cup group stage 10 June 2002 [12]
13  Kuwait 4 – (11', 20', 45', 53') 8–0 Estádio Municipal, Leiria Friendly match 19 November 2003 [13]
14 Nuno Gomes 3 – (70', 75', 87') [13]
15 Pauleta  Cape Verde 3 – (1', 38', 83') 4–1 Complexo Desportivo, Évora 27 May 2006 [14]
16 Cristiano Ronaldo  Northern Ireland 3 – (68', 77', 83') 4–2 Windsor Park, Belfast 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification 6 September 2013 [15]
17  Sweden 3 – (50', 77', 79') 3–2 Friends Arena, Solna 19 November 2013 [16]
18  Armenia 3 – (29' pen., 55', 58') 3–2 Republican Stadium, Yerevan UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying 13 June 2015 [17]
19  Andorra 4 – (2', 4', 47', 68') 6–0 Estádio Municipal de Aveiro, Aveiro 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification 7 October 2016 [18]
20 André Silva  Faroe Islands 3 – (12', 22', 37') 6–0 Tórsvøllur, Tórshavn 10 October 2016 [19]
21 Cristiano Ronaldo 3 – (3', 29' pen., 65') 5–1 Estádio do Bessa, Porto 31 August 2017 [20]
22  Spain 3 – (4' pen., 44', 88') 3–3 Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage 15 June 2018 [21]
23   Switzerland 3 – (25', 88', 90') 3–1 Estádio do Dragão, Porto 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals 5 June 2019 [22]
24  Lithuania 4 – (7' pen., 62', 65', 76') 5–1 LFF Stadium, Vilnius UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying 10 September 2019 [23]
25 3 – (7' pen., 22', 65') 6–0 Estádio Algarve, Faro/Loulé 14 November 2019 [24]

Hat-tricks conceded by Portugal[edit]

No. Player Opponent Goals[nb 1] Score[nb 2] Venue Competition Date Ref(s)
1 José Zabala  Spain 3 – (14', 57', 70') 0–3 Campo de la Reina Victoria, Seville Friendly match 16 December 1923 [25]
2 Gaspar Rubio  Spain 3 – (2', 9', 20') 0–5 Estadio de la Exposición, Seville 17 March 1929 [26]
3 Isidro Lángara  Spain 5 – (10', 12' pen., 46', 77', 86') 0–9 Estadio Chamartín, Madrid 1934 FIFA World Cup qualification 11 March 1934 [27]
4 Tommy Lawton  England 4 – (2', 11', 38', 61') 0–10 Estádio Nacional, Lisbon Friendly match 25 May 1947 [28]
5 Stanley Mortensen 4 – (1', 59', 71', 77') [28]
6 Ernest Vaast  France 3 – (47', 51', 77') 2–4 23 November 1947 [29]
7 Tom Finney  England 4 – (4' pen., 28', 55', 75' pen.) 3–5 14 May 1950 [30]
8 Erich Probst  Austria 5 – (14', 19', 31', 59', 70') 1–9 Praterstadion, Vienna 1954 FIFA World Cup qualification 27 September 1953 [31]
9 Just Fontaine  France 3 – (3', 54', 58') 3–5 Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir, Colombes Friendly match 11 November 1959 [32]
10 Ady Schmit  Luxembourg 3 – (27', 53', 56') 2–4 Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification 8 October 1961 [33]
11 Johnny Byrne  England 3 – (21', 57', 88') 3–4 Estádio Nacional, Lisbon Friendly match 17 May 1964 [34]
12 Benny Tabak  Israel 3 – (6', 18', 30') 1–4 Ramat Gan Stadium, Ramat Gan 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification 28 October 1981 [35]
13 Radoslav Zdravkov  Bulgaria 3 – (15' pen., 20', 73') 2–5 Haskovo Stadium, Haskovo Friendly match 16 December 1981 [36]
14 Luís Fabiano  Brazil 3 – (9', 25', 58') 2–6 Bezerrão, Gama 19 November 2008 [37]
15 Thomas Müller  Germany 3 – (12' pen., 45+1', 78') 0–4 Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador 2014 FIFA World Cup group stage 16 June 2014 [38]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Goals column is sorted by the time elapsed between the first and third goal.
  2. ^ a b Portugal's score is shown first. Scores are sorted by goal difference and number of goals in the match.

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