Cristiano Ronaldo helped Portugal sealed a comfortable 6-0 victory over Andorra during the World Cup qualifiers at the Estadio Municipal de Aveiro, Aveiro on 7 October. The Real Madrid superstar scored four goals on his return to international football for the first time since helping his national side lifted the European championship in July.

The 31-year-old just took over a minute to open his account to give the Euro 2016 winners an early lead after 70 seconds. Two minutes later, he got his second goal of the match to double Portugal's lead.

Joao Cancelo scored one before the break, before Ronaldo completed his hat-trick just after the start of the second half. He scored his third goal in the 47<sup>th minute. Things got worse for Andorra when Jordi Rubio received his second yellow and also his marching orders in the 62<sup>nd minute.

The former Manchester United forward punished the visitors six minutes later to net his fourth goal of the match. Marc Rebes received a straight red and Andorra finished the match with nine men.

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo helped Portugal beat Andorra 6-0 in his national side's World Cup qualifiers Getty

IBTimes UK have compiled some of the best Twitter reactions after Ronaldo scored four goals on his return to international duty since the Euro 2016.

Happy to score my first poker for Portugal

— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) October 7, 2016

When Messi scores 3 vs. Panama: "best player ever!"
When Ronaldo scores 4 vs. Andorra: "LOL it was a shit team"

Pipe down, Barca fans.

— kk (@thelongstop) October 8, 2016

Four players have scored four goals for Portugal in one match: Eusébio, Nuno Gomes, Pauleta and now Ronaldo.

— Tom Kundert (@PortuGoal1) October 7, 2016

Ronaldo has just scored his 42nd career Hattrick Danny Graham can't even count to 42

— RossCheal (@RossCheal10) October 7, 2016

Ronaldo's scored 2 goals inside 4 minutes? Crikey, he's something else.

— NM (@ffsRooney) October 7, 2016

A perfect hat-trick from Cristiano Ronaldo vs Andorra :

2' - Left foot. âš½
4' - Header. âš½
47' - Right foot. âš½

He is on fire! 🔥

— Ramesh Kumaar (@RameshK1902) October 7, 2016

Just the 4 goals and a 42nd career hat-trick for Ronaldo tonight.

— TheFootballRepublic (@TheFootballRep) October 7, 2016