Equally, the 34-year-old also celebrated his eighth Portugal hat-trick with his display in the Euro 2020 Group B qualifying clash in Vilnius, a performance his total worldwide goal haul to 93 goals.
The result keeps Portugal in an automatic qualifying place, five points behind Group B leaders Ukraine.
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The Juventus star was in fine form last night for the Selecao as he scored all four goals which take his worldwide record to 93 goals.
Lithuania, bottom with one point, missed an early chance when Vykintas Slivka fired over from close range and they quickly paid the price.
But Portugal were surprised when Vytautas Andriuskevicius headed bottom-of-the-table Lithuania level in the 28th minute.More news: PM Johnson vows to get Brexit deal after losing election vote again
"I'm having a good time, but the team was doing very well too", he said after the match.
Fernando Santos, speaking about Ronaldo, added: "He's the best in the world, it's clear".
Three minutes later, Ronaldo was left free in the area to sweep home Bernardo Silva's cross and Silva also provided the pass for Ronaldo to sidefoot his fourth 11 minutes later.More news: Paul Pogba price set at £179m for Real Madrid
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid star scored his 21st European qualifier goal for Portugal against Serbia last weekend.
Substitute David Turpel pulled one back and Serbia were on the ropes until Sergej Milinkovic-Savic produced a delightful reverse pass for Mitrovic to fire in the third.More news: Cubs' Baez dealing with hairline fracture in thumb