Ronaldo scored two penalties in the first 13 minutes before ending their hat-trick late in the game to help Portugal to a 5-0 victory.
The 36-year-old brought his total to 115 goals for the national team, as he has now scored 794 senior goals since scoring his first professional goal on October 7, 2002.
“Another victory, another step towards our goal, another historic night in defense of our colors!” Ronaldo said in an Instagram post.
“I promised that I would always look more and more! It’s in my DNA and in our DNA, we are never satisfied, we never give up and we will always fight for whatever we can achieve! “
The captain of Portugal recently spoke of his “ambition to motivate himself and to do better” after overtake Iranian Ali Daei as career top men’s international scorer.
Earlier this year, Ronaldo became the first player to win the top scorer award in three different leagues after catching 29 times at the net for Juventus last season.
Ronaldo is in contention for his sixth Ballon d’Or after being named among the 30 nominees for the prestigious award.