Ronaldo scored all three goals for his side in their 3-0 win over Celta, reaching the tally of 200 goals in La Liga and simultaneously breaking the record for most hat-tricks in the Spanish flight with his 23rd treble.
Ramos has spoken of the “privilege” that comes with playing in the same team as the 2014 Fifa Ballon d’Or nominee and believes that new adjectives are needed to describe how good he is.
“The statistics he is reaching are crazy,” the defender said after his side’s 18th straight victory in all competitions.
“The truth is it’s a privilege that Real Madrid has a player like him.
“You have to invent words to describe him. He is breaking every record. At the moment, he is maybe in the best form of his career.”
Coach Carlo Ancelotti is expected to sign a new contract with the European champions and Ramos would be delighted to see the Italian stay.
“It’s great news. He is a steady coach and we hope he is here for as long as possible.
“Carlo knows how to manage the team and I hope he stays here.”