The 29-year-old has been breaking records since joining the Spanish giants in 2009 and has now claimed his 23rd La Liga hat-trick.
His three goals secured the 3-0 win over Celta Vigo at the weekend for his side’s 18th consecutive victory and he has now overtaken Telmo Zarra and Alfredo Di Stefano in all-time La Liga trebles.
“The statistics he is reaching are crazy. The truth is it’s a privilege that Real Madrid has a player like him,” said Ramos.
“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.”
He started off his hat-trick with a controversial penalty, which he won and converted himself, before he scored another two in the second-half.
The Portuguese forward now has 200 goals for the Spanish side, despite only joining the club five years ago.
On top of that, Ronaldo has 23 goals in just 14 league games so far this season and he is breaking records, not only for himself also his team.
The win over Celta Vigo ensured that Madrid tied Barcelona’s 2005-06 record for most consecutive victories and now they will be looking to claim it outright when they face Ludogorets Razgrad in the Champions League on Tuesday.
However, Ramos isn’t the only man with a ton of praise to heap on his Real Madrid counter parts, as former Real man and current Barcelona boss shares a similar opinion.
Luis Enrique has some shed some light banter when discussing his club’s transfer ban, claiming that the only way to strengthen his team would be to go on a spree at rivals Real Madrid.
“Unless you go shopping at Real Madrid, you can’t get better players [than we have],” the Barca boss told reporters at a press conference on Saturday, according to BeIN Sports.
Barcelona are unable to sign anyone in 2015 due to their Fifa imposed ban placed on the club for the illegal movement of players under the age of 18.
But it appears boss Luis Enrique is not in the least bit concerned as he is adamant that the world’s top players are either on his side or on the other side of the ‘el Clasico’ rivalry.
“Right now, it’d be slim pickings if we looked at players from other clubs.”
The Blaugrana boss also took the time to speak about defender Gerard Pique, whose form has been the subject of much scrutinity this season.
Luis Enrique left Pique on the Barca bench on various occasions earlier this season, sparking rumors that the player-manager relationship was strained, but the boss says quite the opposite.
“Tactically speaking, he’s great at bringing the ball out and is a very complete player. I’m pleased with his contribution since the beginning of the season.”
Enrique is gearing his players up for a Catalan derby versus Espanyol Sunday evening and a huge Champions League home fixture against Paris Saint Germain to decide the top spot in Group F.