Cristiano Ronaldo commentator goes crazy after Portugal hat-trick

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Now, I like a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick that helps Portugal see off Sweden and book a place at the World Cup in Brazil next year as much as the next guy. I really do.

But this chap just loves it. I mean, really loves it.

Ronaldo took centre stage in Stockholm last night, finding the back of the net three times to help Portugal win their play-off against Sweden 4-2 on aggregate.

The game ebbed and flowed as first Ronaldo scored before Zlatan Ibrahimovic hit back twice to put Sweden within touching distance of a spot in Brazil next summer.

The Real Madrid ace then took the game by the scruff of the neck, completed his hat-trick and pretty much wrapped up the Ballon d'Or in the process.

All that proved to be a little bit too much for Portuguese radio commentator Nuno Matos, who could only vocalise his delight with a series of screeches and strange noises.

Check out the hilarious video above! 

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