List Of Premier League Hat-tricks

Since the inception of the English football league competition, the Premier League, in 1992, more than 100 players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match. The first player to achieve the feat was Frenchman Eric Cantona, who scored three times for Leeds United in a 5–0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur. Twenty players have scored more than three goals in a match; of these, five players, Andy Cole, Alan Shearer, Jermain Defoe, Dimitar Berbatov and Sergio Agüero have scored five. Sadio Mané holds the record for the quickest Premier League hat-trick, netting three times for Southampton against Aston Villa in 2 minutes 56 seconds, breaking Robbie Fowler's record, while in 1999, Manchester United player Ole Gunnar Solskjær scored four goals in twelve minutes as a substitute against Nottingham Forest, "the fastest scorer of a four-goal haul on record in England".



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A man in casual clothing
Alan Shearer is the first player to score a joint-record 11 Premier League hat-tricks, for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.
Sergio Agüero scored the most hat-tricks for a single club, netting 11 hat-tricks for Manchester City.

Since the inception of the English football league competition, the Premier League,[a] in 1992, more than 100 players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match. The first player to achieve the feat was Frenchman Eric Cantona, who scored three times for Leeds United in a 5–0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur. Twenty players have scored more than three goals in a match; of these, five players, Andy Cole, Alan Shearer, Jermain Defoe, Dimitar Berbatov and Sergio Agüero have scored five. Sadio Mané holds the record for the quickest Premier League hat-trick, netting three times for Southampton against Aston Villa in 2 minutes 56 seconds,[1] breaking Robbie Fowler's record, while in 1999, Manchester United player Ole Gunnar Solskjær scored four goals in twelve minutes as a substitute against Nottingham Forest, "the fastest scorer of a four-goal haul on record in England".[2]

The fixture between Arsenal and Southampton at Highbury in 2003 saw both Jermaine Pennant and Robert Pires score a hat-trick for the home team. In 2007, Blackburn's Roque Santa Cruz and Wigan's Marcus Bent both scored hat-tricks in a match that Wigan won 5–3. Only five players – Les Ferdinand, Ian Wright, Didier Drogba, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane – have scored hat-tricks in two consecutive league games.[3] Rooney's hat-trick on 10 September 2011 and Matt Le Tissier's hat-trick on 19 August 1995 were scored through set pieces, which consists of penalty kicks and direct free kicks.[4] Everton's Duncan Ferguson and Salomón Rondón of West Bromwich Albion are the only Premier League players to have scored a hat-trick of headers.[5]

Shearer and Sergio Agüero have scored three or more goals eleven times in the Premier League, more than any other player. Robbie Fowler has scored nine; Thierry Henry and Michael Owen have scored eight hat-tricks each. Five players have each scored hat-tricks for three different clubs: Yakubu (Blackburn Rovers, Everton and Portsmouth); Nicolas Anelka (Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City); Kevin Campbell (Arsenal, Everton and Nottingham Forest); Les Ferdinand (Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers and Tottenham Hotspur) and Teddy Sheringham (Manchester United, Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur).

Four players have scored hat-tricks and still ended up on the losing side: Matt Le Tissier (twice), Dion Dublin, Roque Santa Cruz and Dwight Yorke.[6]

The Dubious Goals Committee has sometimes decided after a match that players have not scored hat-tricks because one of the goals was incorrectly credited to them. Southampton player Egil Østenstad was thought to have scored a hat-trick against Manchester United in 1996, but the committee ruled that one of the goals be credited as an own goal to United's Phil Neville.[7][8] Anelka's first goal for Manchester City in September 2002 was later credited as an own goal to Everton's Tomasz Radzinski.[9] Javier Hernández was denied a hat-trick against Aston Villa in November 2011 after the committee ruled his second goal was actually an own goal by Ron Vlaar.[10]


4 Player scored four goals
5 Player scored five goals
Scored hat-trick as a substitute Player scored hat-trick as a substitute
D L Player was not on the winning team (game Drawn or Lost)
B Team hat-trick scored for
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Eric Cantona scored the first hat-trick of the Premier League.
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Thierry Henry scored eight hat-tricks for Arsenal between 2000 and 2007.
Midfielder Lampard has the most Premier League hat-tricks from midfield.
Frank Lampard scored three Premier League hat-tricks in 17 years.
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Michael Owen scored eight hat-tricks.
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Robbie Fowler scored three or more goals on nine occasions.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjær scored four goals in twelve minutes against Nottingham Forest after coming on as a second-half substitute.
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Ruud van Nistelrooy scored five hat-tricks for Manchester United.
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Emmanuel Adebayor scored a hat-trick for Arsenal in both games against Derby County in 2007–08, the first time a player scored three goals in both fixtures against the same team in a season.
A footballer playing for Blackburn Rovers
Roque Santa Cruz scored a hat-trick for Blackburn Rovers in a 5–3 defeat against Wigan Athletic.
A footballer playing for Manchester United who is preparing to take a free kick
Despite scoring 84 league goals for Manchester United,[11] Cristiano Ronaldo only scored one hat-trick, in a 6–0 victory against Newcastle United in January 2008.
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Jermain Defoe scored five goals against Wigan Athletic in Tottenham Hotspur's 9–1 victory in November 2009.
Mario Balotelli scored a hat-trick, including two penalties, in Manchester City's 4–0 victory over Aston Villa in December 2010.
Cameroon player Somen Tchoyi scored a hat-trick for West Bromwich Albion in May 2011.
England player Steven Gerrard became the first player in Premier League history to score a hat-trick in the Merseyside derby in March 2012.
Japanese player Shinji Kagawa became the first Asian player in Premier League to score a hat-trick in March 2013.
Uruguayan international Luis Suárez scored three hat-tricks for Liverpool within a calendar year from April 2012. In December 2013, he became the first player in the Premier League to score three hat-tricks against the same team (Norwich City).
Sadio Mané's hat-trick in 2 minutes 56 seconds against Aston Villa in May 2015 is the fastest in Premier League history.
Algerian player Riyad Mahrez became the first Arabian player in Premier League to score a hat-trick in December 2015.
Player Nationality Home team Result Away team Date Ref
Eric Cantona  FranceLeeds United5–0Tottenham Hotspur25 August 1992[12]
Mark Robins  EnglandNorwich City3–2Oldham Athletic9 November 1992[13]
John Hendrie  ScotlandMiddlesbrough3–2Blackburn Rovers5 December 1992[14]
Andy Sinton  EnglandQueens Park Rangers4–2Everton28 December 1992[15]
Brian Deane  EnglandSheffield United3–0Ipswich Town16 January 1993[16]
Teddy Sheringham  EnglandTottenham Hotspur4–0Leeds United20 February 1993[17]
Gordon Strachan  ScotlandLeeds United5–2Blackburn Rovers10 April 1993[18]
Les Ferdinand  EnglandQueens Park Rangers4–3Nottingham Forest10 April 1993[19]
Chris Bart-Williams  EnglandSheffield Wednesday5–2Southampton12 April 1993[20]
Les Ferdinand  EnglandEverton3–5Queens Park Rangers12 April 1993[21]
Chris Sutton  EnglandNorwich City4–2Leeds United14 April 1993[22]
Mark Walters  EnglandLiverpool4–0Coventry City17 April 1993[23]
Rod WallaceD  EnglandCoventry City3–3Leeds United8 May 1993[24]
Matthew Le TissierL  EnglandOldham Athletic4–3Southampton8 May 1993[25]
Micky Quinn  EnglandArsenal0–3Coventry City14 August 1993[26]
Tony Cottee  EnglandEverton4–2Sheffield United21 August 1993[27]
Kevin Campbell  EnglandArsenal4–0Ipswich Town11 September 1993[28]
Efan Ekoku4  NigeriaEverton1–5Norwich City25 September 1993[29]
Alan ShearerD  EnglandLeeds United3–3Blackburn Rovers23 October 1993[30]
Peter Beardsley  EnglandNewcastle United4–0Wimbledon30 October 1993[31]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandLiverpool4–2Southampton30 October 1993[32]
Bradley Allen  EnglandEverton0–3Queens Park Rangers20 November 1993[33]
Andy Cole  EnglandNewcastle United3–0Liverpool21 November 1993[34]
Kevin Campbell  EnglandArsenal4–0Swindon Town27 December 1993[35]
Tony Cottee  EnglandEverton6–0Swindon Town15 January 1994[36]
Jan Åge Fjørtoft  NorwaySwindon Town3–1Coventry City5 February 1994[37]
Dean Saunders  WalesAston Villa5–0Swindon Town12 February 1994[38]
Matthew Le Tissier  EnglandSouthampton4–2Liverpool14 February 1994[39]
Andy Cole  EnglandNewcastle United4–0Coventry City23 February 1994[40]
Ian Wright  EnglandIpswich Town1–5Arsenal5 March 1994[41]
Ian Wright  EnglandSouthampton0–4Arsenal19 March 1994[42]
Matthew Le Tissier  EnglandNorwich City4–5Southampton9 April 1994[43]
Dean Holdsworth  EnglandWimbledon3–0Oldham Athletic26 April 1994[44]
Chris Sutton  EnglandBlackburn Rovers4–0Coventry City27 August 1994[45]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandLiverpool4–3Arsenal28 August 1994[1]
Andrei Kanchelskis  RussiaManchester United5–0Manchester City10 November 1994[46]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers4–0Queens Park Rangers26 November 1994[47]
Teddy Sheringham  EnglandTottenham Hotspur4–2Newcastle United3 December 1994[48]
Tony Cottee  EnglandWest Ham United3–0Manchester City17 December 1994[49]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers4–2West Ham United2 January 1995[50]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers4–1Ipswich Town28 January 1995[51]
Tommy Johnson  EnglandAston Villa7–1Wimbledon11 February 1995[52]
Andy Cole5  EnglandManchester United9–0Ipswich Town4 March 1995[53]
Peter Ndlovu  ZimbabweLiverpool2–3Coventry City14 March 1995[54]
Tony Yeboah  GhanaLeeds United4–0Ipswich Town5 April 1995[55]
Ian Wright  EnglandArsenal4–1Ipswich Town15 April 1995[56]
Matthew Le TissierL  EnglandSouthampton3–4Nottingham Forest19 August 1995[57]
Robbie Fowler4  EnglandLiverpool5–2Bolton Wanderers23 September 1995[58]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers5–1Coventry City23 September 1995[59]
Tony Yeboah  GhanaWimbledon2–4Leeds United23 September 1995[60]
Les Ferdinand  EnglandNewcastle United6–1Wimbledon21 October 1995[61]
Gary McAllister  ScotlandLeeds United3–1Coventry City28 October 1995[62]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers7–0Nottingham Forest18 November 1995[63]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers4–2West Ham United2 December 1995[64]
Dion DublinL  EnglandSheffield Wednesday4–3Coventry City4 December 1995[65]
Savo Milošević  YugoslaviaAston Villa4–1Coventry City16 December 1995[66]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandLiverpool3–1Arsenal23 December 1995[67]
Alan Shearer  EnglandBlackburn Rovers3–1Bolton Wanderers3 February 1996[68]
Gavin Peacock  EnglandChelsea5–0Middlesbrough4 February 1996[69]
Alan Shearer  EnglandTottenham Hotspur2–3Blackburn Rovers16 March 1996[70]
Mark Hughes  WalesChelsea4–1Leeds United13 April 1996[71]
Andrei Kanchelskis  RussiaSheffield Wednesday2–5Everton27 April 1996[72]
Kevin Campbell  EnglandCoventry City0–3Nottingham Forest17 August 1996[73]
Fabrizio RavanelliD  ItalyMiddlesbrough3–3Liverpool17 August 1996[74]
Ian Wright  EnglandArsenal4–1Sheffield Wednesday16 September 1996[75]
Dwight YorkeL  Trinidad and TobagoNewcastle United4–3Aston Villa30 September 1996[76]
Gary Speed  WalesEverton7–1Southampton16 November 1996[77]
Robbie Fowler4  EnglandLiverpool5–1Middlesbrough14 December 1996[78]
Alan Shearer  EnglandNewcastle United4–3Leicester City2 February 1997[79]
Ian Marshall  EnglandLeicester City4–2Derby County22 February 1997[80]
Steffen Iversen  NorwaySunderland0–4Tottenham Hotspur4 March 1997[81]
Fabrizio Ravanelli  ItalyMiddlesbrough6–1Derby County5 March 1997[82]
Kevin Gallacher  ScotlandBlackburn Rovers3–1Wimbledon15 March 1997[83]
Paul Kitson  EnglandWest Ham United5–1Sheffield Wednesday3 May 1997[84]
Dion Dublin  EnglandCoventry City3–2Chelsea9 August 1997[85]
Chris Sutton  EnglandAston Villa0–4Blackburn Rovers13 August 1997[86]
Gianluca Vialli4  ItalyBarnsley0–6Chelsea24 August 1997[87]
Dennis BergkampD  NetherlandsArsenal3–3Leicester City27 August 1997[88]
Ian Wright  EnglandArsenal4–1Bolton Wanderers13 September 1997[89]
Patrik Berger  Czech RepublicLiverpool4–2Chelsea5 October 1997[90]
Andy Cole  EnglandManchester United7–0Barnsley25 October 1997[91]
Andy Booth  EnglandSheffield Wednesday5–0Bolton Wanderers8 November 1997[92]
Gianfranco Zola  ItalyChelsea4–0Derby County29 November 1997[93]
Tore André Flo  NorwayTottenham Hotspur1–6Chelsea6 December 1997[94]
Duncan Ferguson  ScotlandEverton3–2Bolton Wanderers28 December 1997[95]
Kevin Gallacher  ScotlandBlackburn Rovers5–0Aston Villa17 January 1998[96]
Michael OwenD  EnglandSheffield Wednesday3–3Liverpool14 February 1998[97]
Chris Sutton  EnglandBlackburn Rovers5–3Leicester City28 February 1998[98]
Darren HuckerbyD  EnglandLeeds United3–3Coventry City25 April 1998[99]
Jürgen Klinsmann4  GermanyWimbledon2–6Tottenham Hotspur2 May 1998[100]
Clive Mendonca  EnglandCharlton Athletic5–0Southampton22 August 1998[101]
Michael Owen  EnglandNewcastle United1–4Liverpool30 August 1998[102]
Michael Owen4  EnglandLiverpool5–1Nottingham Forest24 October 1998[103]
Dion Dublin  EnglandSouthampton1–4Aston Villa14 November 1998[104]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandAston Villa2–4Liverpool21 November 1998[105]
Chris Armstrong  EnglandTottenham Hotspur4–1Everton28 December 1998[106]
Darren Huckerby  EnglandCoventry City4–0Nottingham Forest9 January 1999[107]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandLiverpool7–1Southampton16 January 1999[108]
Dwight Yorke  Trinidad and TobagoLeicester City2–6Manchester United16 January 1999[109]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær4dagger  NorwayNottingham Forest1–8Manchester United6 February 1999[1][110][111]
Nicolas Anelka  FranceArsenal5–0Leicester City20 February 1999[112]
Kevin Campbell  EnglandEverton6–0West Ham United8 May 1999[113]
Michael Bridges  EnglandSouthampton0–3Leeds United11 August 1999[114]
Andy Cole4  EnglandManchester United5–1Newcastle United30 August 1999[115]
Kevin Phillips  EnglandDerby County0–5Sunderland18 September 1999[116]
Alan Shearer5  EnglandNewcastle United8–0Sheffield Wednesday19 September 1999[117]
Nwankwo Kanu  NigeriaChelsea2–3Arsenal23 October 1999[118]
Marc Overmars  NetherlandsArsenal5–1Middlesbrough21 November 1999[119]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær4  NorwayManchester United5–1Everton4 December 1999[120]
Nick Barmby  EnglandWest Ham United0–4Everton26 February 2000[121]
Stan Collymore  EnglandLeicester City5–2Sunderland5 March 2000[122]
Steffen Iversen  NorwayTottenham Hotspur7–2Southampton11 March 2000[123]
Dwight Yorke  Trinidad and TobagoManchester United3–1Derby County11 March 2000[124]
Paul Scholes  EnglandManchester United7–1West Ham United1 April 2000[125]
Dean WindassD  EnglandBradford City4–4Derby County21 April 2000[126]
Paulo Wanchope  Costa RicaManchester City4–2Sunderland23 August 2000[127]
Michael Owen  EnglandLiverpool3–1Aston Villa6 September 2000[128]
Emile Heskey  EnglandDerby County0–4Liverpool15 October 2000[129]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink4  NetherlandsChelsea6–1Coventry City21 October 2000[130]
Teddy Sheringham  EnglandManchester United5–0Southampton28 October 2000[131]
Mark Viduka4  AustraliaLeeds United4–3Liverpool4 November 2000[132]
Les Ferdinand  EnglandTottenham Hotspur3–0Leicester City25 November 2000[133]
Ray Parlour  EnglandArsenal5–0Newcastle United10 December 2000[134]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal6–1Leicester City26 December 2000[135]
Kevin Phillips  EnglandBradford City1–4Sunderland26 December 2000[136]
Dwight Yorke  Trinidad and TobagoManchester United6–1Arsenal25 February 2001[137]
Sylvain Wiltord  FranceArsenal3–0West Ham United3 March 2001[138]
Marcus Stewart  EnglandSouthampton0–3Ipswich Town7 April 2001[139]
Michael Owen  EnglandLiverpool3–0Newcastle United5 May 2001[140]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandLeicester City1–4Liverpool20 October 2001[141]
Paul KitsonD  EnglandCharlton Athletic4–4West Ham United19 November 2001[142]
Ruud van Nistelrooy  NetherlandsManchester United6–1Southampton22 December 2001[143]
Robbie Fowler  EnglandBolton Wanderers0–3Leeds United26 December 2001[144]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær  NorwayBolton Wanderers0–4Manchester United29 January 2002[145]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink  NetherlandsChelsea4–0Tottenham Hotspur13 March 2002[146]
Fredi Bobic  GermanyBolton Wanderers4–1Ipswich Town6 April 2002[147]
Michael Owen  EnglandManchester City0–3Liverpool28 September 2002[148]
James Beattie  EnglandSouthampton4–2Fulham27 October 2002[149]
Ruud van Nistelrooy  NetherlandsManchester United5–3Newcastle United23 November 2002[150]
Robbie Keane  IrelandTottenham Hotspur4–3Everton12 January 2003[151]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal3–1West Ham United19 January 2003[152]
Ruud van Nistelrooy  NetherlandsManchester United3–0Fulham22 March 2003[153]
Mark Viduka  AustraliaCharlton Athletic1–6Leeds United5 April 2003[154]
Paul Scholes  EnglandNewcastle United2–6Manchester United12 April 2003[155]
Michael Owen4  EnglandWest Bromwich Albion0–6Liverpool26 April 2003[156]
Ruud van Nistelrooy  NetherlandsManchester United4–1Charlton Athletic3 May 2003[157]
Jermaine Pennant  EnglandArsenal6–1Southampton7 May 2003[158]
Robert Pires  FranceArsenal6–1Southampton7 May 2003[158]
Freddie Ljungberg  SwedenSunderland0–4Arsenal11 May 2003[159]
Teddy Sheringham  EnglandPortsmouth4–0Bolton Wanderers26 August 2003[160]
Nicolas Anelka  FranceManchester City4–1Aston Villa14 September 2003[161]
Ruud van Nistelrooy  NetherlandsLeicester City1–4Manchester United27 September 2003[162]
Kevin Lisbie  JamaicaCharlton Athletic3–2Liverpool28 September 2003[163]
Steve Watson  EnglandEverton4–0Leeds United28 September 2003[164]
Robbie Keane  IrelandTottenham Hotspur5–2Wolverhampton Wanderers6 December 2003[165]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbainkdagger  NetherlandsChelsea5–2Wolverhampton Wanderers27 March 2004[110][166]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal4–2Liverpool9 April 2004[167]
Thierry Henry4  FranceArsenal5–0Leeds United16 April 2004[168]
Yakubu4  NigeriaPortsmouth5–1Middlesbrough15 May 2004[169]
Yakubu  NigeriaPortsmouth4–3Fulham30 August 2004[170]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink  NetherlandsBlackburn Rovers0–4Middlesbrough16 October 2004[171]
Eiður Guðjohnsen  IcelandChelsea4–0Blackburn Rovers23 October 2004[172]
Milan Baroš  Czech RepublicLiverpool3–2Crystal Palace13 November 2004[173]
Jermain Defoe  EnglandTottenham Hotspur5–1Southampton18 December 2004[174]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal3–0Portsmouth5 March 2005[175]
Robert Earnshawdagger  WalesCharlton Athletic1–4West Bromwich Albion19 March 2005[110][176]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal4–1Norwich City2 April 2005[177]
Marlon Harewood  EnglandWest Ham United4–0Aston Villa12 September 2005[178]
Henri Camara  SenegalWigan Athletic3–0Charlton Athletic16 December 2005[179]
Michael Owen  EnglandWest Ham United2–4Newcastle United17 December 2005[180]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal7–0Middlesbrough14 January 2006[181]
David Bentley  EnglandBlackburn Rovers4–3Manchester United1 February 2006[182]
Luke Moore  EnglandMiddlesbrough0–4Aston Villa4 February 2006[183]
Thierry Henry  FranceArsenal4–2Wigan Athletic7 May 2006[184]
Wayne Rooney  EnglandBolton Wanderers0–4Manchester United28 October 2006[185]
Didier Drogba  Ivory CoastChelsea4–0Watford11 November 2006[186]
Peter Crouch  EnglandLiverpool4–1Arsenal31 March 2007[187]
Emmanuel Adebayor  TogoArsenal5–0Derby County22 September 2007[188]
Benjani Mwaruwari  ZimbabwePortsmouth7–4Reading29 September 2007[189]
Yakubu  NigeriaEverton3–0Fulham8 December 2007[190]
Roque Santa CruzL  ParaguayWigan Athletic5–3Blackburn Rovers15 December 2007[191]
Marcus Bent  EnglandWigan Athletic5–3Blackburn Rovers15 December 2007[192]
Dimitar Berbatov4  BulgariaTottenham Hotspur6–4Reading29 December 2007[193]
Cristiano Ronaldo  PortugalManchester United6–0Newcastle United12 January 2008[194]
Benjani Mwaruwari  ZimbabwePortsmouth3–1Derby County19 January 2008[195]
John Carew  NorwayAston Villa4–1Newcastle United9 February 2008[196]
Fernando Torres  SpainLiverpool3–2Middlesbrough23 February 2008[197]
Mikael Forssell  FinlandBirmingham City4–1Tottenham Hotspur1 March 2008[198]
Fernando Torres  SpainLiverpool4–0West Ham United5 March 2008[199]
Frank Lampard4  EnglandChelsea6–1Derby County12 March 2008[200]
Emmanuel Adebayordagger  TogoDerby County2–6Arsenal28 April 2008[110][201]
Afonso Alves  BrazilMiddlesbrough8–1Manchester City11 May 2008[202]
Gabriel Agbonlahor  EnglandAston Villa4–2Manchester City17 August 2008[203]
Emmanuel Adebayor  TogoBlackburn Rovers0–4Arsenal13 September 2008[204]
Robinho  BrazilManchester City3–0Stoke City26 October 2008[205]
Nicolas Anelka  FranceChelsea5–0Sunderland1 November 2008[206]
Steven Gerrard  EnglandLiverpool5–0Aston Villa22 March 2009[207]
Andrei Arshavin4 D  RussiaLiverpool4–4Arsenal21 April 2009[208]
Jermain Defoe  EnglandHull City1–5Tottenham Hotspur19 August 2009[209]
Yossi Benayoun  IsraelLiverpool4–0Burnley12 September 2009[210]
Fernando Torres  SpainLiverpool6–1Hull City26 September 2009[211]
Robbie Keane4  IrelandTottenham Hotspur5–0Burnley26 September 2009[212]
Aruna Dindane  Ivory CoastPortsmouth4–0Wigan Athletic31 October 2009[213]
Jermain Defoe5  EnglandTottenham Hotspur9–1Wigan Athletic22 November 2009[214]
Wayne Rooney  EnglandPortsmouth1–4Manchester United28 November 2009[215]
Carlos Tevez  ArgentinaManchester City4–1Blackburn Rovers11 January 2010[216]
Wayne Rooney4  EnglandManchester United4–0Hull City23 January 2010[217]
Darren Bent  EnglandSunderland4–0Bolton Wanderers9 March 2010[218]
Frank Lampard4  EnglandChelsea7–1Aston Villa27 March 2010[219]
Carlos Tevez  ArgentinaManchester City3–0Wigan Athletic29 March 2010[220]
Salomon Kalou  Ivory CoastChelsea7–0Stoke City25 April 2010[221]
Didier Drogba  Ivory CoastChelsea8–0Wigan Athletic9 May 2010[222]
Didier Drogba  Ivory CoastChelsea6–0West Bromwich Albion14 August 2010[223]
Theo Walcott  EnglandArsenal6–0Blackpool21 August 2010[224]
Andy Carroll  EnglandNewcastle United6–0Aston Villa22 August 2010[225]
Dimitar Berbatov  BulgariaManchester United3–2Liverpool19 September 2010[226]
Kevin Nolan  EnglandNewcastle United5–1Sunderland31 October 2010[227]
Dimitar Berbatov5  BulgariaManchester United7–1Blackburn Rovers27 November 2010[228]
Mario Balotelli  ItalyManchester City4–0Aston Villa28 December 2010[229]
Leon Best  IrelandNewcastle United5–0West Ham United5 January 2011[230]
Dimitar Berbatov  BulgariaManchester United5–0Birmingham City22 January 2011[231]
Robin van Persie  NetherlandsArsenal3–0Wigan Athletic22 January 2011[232]
Carlos Tevez  ArgentinaManchester City3–0West Bromwich Albion5 February 2011[233]
Louis Saha4  FranceEverton5–3Blackpool5 February 2011[234]
Dirk Kuyt  NetherlandsLiverpool3–1Manchester United6 March 2011[235]
Wayne Rooney  EnglandWest Ham United2–4Manchester United2 April 2011[236]
Maxi Rodríguez  ArgentinaLiverpool5–0Birmingham City23 April 2011[237]
Maxi Rodríguez  ArgentinaFulham2–5Liverpool9 May 2011[238]
Somen TchoyiD  CameroonNewcastle United3–3West Bromwich Albion22 May 2011[239]
Edin Džeko4  Bosnia and HerzegovinaTottenham Hotspur1–5Manchester City28 August 2011[240]
Wayne Rooney  EnglandManchester United8–2Arsenal28 August 2011[241]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaManchester City3–0Wigan Athletic10 September 2011[242]
Wayne Rooney  EnglandBolton Wanderers0–5Manchester United10 September 2011[243]
Demba Ba  SenegalNewcastle United3–1Blackburn Rovers23 September 2011[244]
Frank Lampard  EnglandBolton Wanderers1–5Chelsea2 October 2011[245]
Andrew Johnson  EnglandFulham6–0Queens Park Rangers2 October 2011[246]
Robin van Persie  NetherlandsChelsea3–5Arsenal29 October 2011[247]
Demba Ba  SenegalStoke City1–3Newcastle United31 October 2011[248]
Yakubu4  NigeriaBlackburn Rovers4–2Swansea City3 December 2011[249]
Dimitar Berbatov  BulgariaManchester United5–0Wigan Athletic26 December 2011[250]
Clint Dempsey  United StatesFulham5–2Newcastle United20 January 2012[251]
Robin van Persie  NetherlandsArsenal7–1Blackburn Rovers4 February 2012[252]
Peter Odemwingie  NigeriaWolverhampton Wanderers1–5West Bromwich Albion12 February 2012[253]
Pavel Pogrebnyak  RussiaFulham5–0Wolverhampton Wanderers4 March 2012[254]
Steven Gerrard  EnglandLiverpool3–0Everton13 March 2012[255]
Carlos Tevez  ArgentinaNorwich City1–6Manchester City14 April 2012[256]
Luis Suárez  UruguayNorwich City0–3Liverpool28 April 2012[257]
Fernando Torres  SpainChelsea6–1Queens Park Rangers29 April 2012[258]
Robin van Persie  NetherlandsSouthampton2–3Manchester United2 September 2012[259]
Luis Suárez  UruguayNorwich City2–5Liverpool29 September 2012[260]
Jordi Gómez  SpainWigan Athletic3–2Reading24 November 2012[261]
Santi Cazorla  SpainReading2–5Arsenal17 December 2012[262]
Gareth Bale  WalesAston Villa0–4Tottenham Hotspur26 December 2012[263]
Theo Walcott  EnglandArsenal7–3Newcastle United29 December 2012[264]
Shinji Kagawa  JapanManchester United4–0Norwich City2 March 2013[265]
Luis Suárez  UruguayWigan Athletic0–4Liverpool2 March 2013[266]
Robin van Persie  NetherlandsManchester United3–0Aston Villa22 April 2013[267]
Christian Benteke  BelgiumAston Villa6–1Sunderland29 April 2013[268]
Daniel Sturridge  EnglandFulham1–3Liverpool12 May 2013[269]
Kevin Nolan  EnglandWest Ham United4–2Reading19 May 2013[270]
Romelu LukakudaggerD  BelgiumWest Bromwich Albion5–5Manchester United19 May 2013[110]
Luis Suárez  UruguayLiverpool4–1West Bromwich Albion26 October 2013[271]
Luis Suárez4  UruguayLiverpool5–1Norwich City4 December 2013[272]
Adam Johnson  EnglandFulham1–4Sunderland11 January 2014[273]
Samuel Eto'o  CameroonChelsea3–1Manchester United19 January 2014[274]
Eden Hazard  BelgiumChelsea3–0Newcastle United8 February 2014[275]
André Schürrle  GermanyFulham1–3Chelsea1 March 2014[276]
Yaya Touré  Ivory CoastManchester City5–0Fulham22 March 2014[277]
Luis Suárez  UruguayCardiff City3–6Liverpool22 March 2014[278]
Diego Costa  SpainChelsea4–2Swansea City13 September 2014[279]
Sergio Agüero4  ArgentinaManchester City4–1Tottenham Hotspur18 October 2014[280]
Charlie Austin  EnglandQueens Park Rangers3–2West Bromwich Albion20 December 2014[281]
Jonathan Walters  IrelandStoke City3–1Queens Park Rangers31 January 2015[282]
Harry Kane  EnglandTottenham Hotspur4–3Leicester City21 March 2015[283]
Christian BentekeD  BelgiumAston Villa3–3Queens Park Rangers7 April 2015[284]
Yannick Bolasie  DR CongoSunderland1–4Crystal Palace11 April 2015[285]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaManchester City6–0Queens Park Rangers10 May 2015[286]
Sadio Mané  SenegalSouthampton6–1Aston Villa16 May 2015[287]
Theo Walcott  EnglandArsenal4–1West Bromwich Albion24 May 2015[288]
Callum Wilson  EnglandWest Ham United3–4AFC Bournemouth22 August 2015[289]
Steven Naismithdagger  ScotlandEverton3–1Chelsea12 September 2015[290]
Alexis Sánchez  ChileLeicester City2–5Arsenal26 September 2015[291]
Sergio Agüero5  ArgentinaManchester City6–1Newcastle United3 October 2015[292]
Raheem Sterling  EnglandManchester City5–1AFC Bournemouth17 October 2015[293]
Georginio Wijnaldum4  NetherlandsNewcastle United6–2Norwich City18 October 2015[294]
Harry Kane  EnglandAFC Bournemouth1–5Tottenham Hotspur25 October 2015[295]
Arouna Koné  Ivory CoastEverton6–2Sunderland1 November 2015[296]
Riyad Mahrez  AlgeriaSwansea City0–3Leicester City5 December 2015[297]
Jermain Defoe  EnglandSwansea City2–4Sunderland13 January 2016[298]
Andy CarrollD  EnglandWest Ham United3–3Arsenal9 April 2016[299]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaChelsea0–3Manchester City16 April 2016[300]
Sadio Mané  SenegalSouthampton4–2Manchester City1 May 2016[301]
Olivier Giroud  FranceArsenal4–0Aston Villa15 May 2016[302]
Romelu Lukaku  BelgiumSunderland0–3Everton12 September 2016[303]
Alexis Sánchez  ChileWest Ham United1–5Arsenal3 December 2016[304]
Jamie Vardy  EnglandLeicester City4–2Manchester City10 December 2016[305]
Salomón Rondón  VenezuelaWest Bromwich Albion3–1Swansea City14 December 2016[5]
Andre Gray  EnglandBurnley4–1Sunderland31 December 2016[306]
Harry Kane  EnglandTottenham Hotspur4–0West Bromwich Albion14 January 2017[307]
Romelu Lukaku4  BelgiumEverton6–3AFC Bournemouth4 February 2017[308]
Harry Kane  EnglandTottenham Hotspur4–0Stoke City26 February 2017[309]
Joshua King  NorwayAFC Bournemouth3–2West Ham United11 March 2017[310]
Harry Kane4  EnglandLeicester City1–6Tottenham Hotspur18 May 2017[311]
Harry Kane  EnglandHull City1–7Tottenham Hotspur21 May 2017[312]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaWatford0–6Manchester City16 September 2017[313]
Álvaro Morata  SpainStoke City0–4Chelsea23 September 2017[314]
Callum Wilson  EnglandAFC Bournemouth4–0Huddersfield Town18 November 2017[315]
Wayne Rooney  EnglandEverton4–0West Ham United29 November 2017[316]
Harry Kane  EnglandBurnley0–3Tottenham Hotspur23 December 2017[317]
Harry Kane  EnglandTottenham Hotspur5–2Southampton26 December 2017[318]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaManchester City3–1Newcastle United20 January 2018[319]
Aaron Ramsey  WalesArsenal5–1Everton3 February 2018[320]
Sergio Agüero4  ArgentinaManchester City5–1Leicester City10 February 2018[321]
Mohamed Salah4  EgyptLiverpool5–0Watford17 March 2018[322]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaManchester City6–1Huddersfield Town19 August 2018[323]
Eden Hazard  BelgiumChelsea4–1Cardiff City15 September 2018[324]
Mohamed Salah  EgyptAFC Bournemouth0–4Liverpool8 December 2018[325]
Roberto Firmino  BrazilLiverpool5–1Arsenal29 December 2018[326]
Diogo Jota  PortugalWolverhampton Wanderers4–3Leicester City19 January 2019[327]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaManchester City3–1Arsenal3 February 2019[328]
Sergio Agüero  ArgentinaManchester City6–0Chelsea10 February 2019[329]
Gerard Deulofeu  SpainCardiff City1–5Watford22 February 2019[330]
Raheem Sterling  EnglandManchester City3–1Watford9 February 2019[331]

Multiple hat-tricks

The following table lists the minimum number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored two or more hat-tricks.

Players in bold are still active in the Premier League.

Rank Player Hat-tricks Last hat-trick
1 Argentina Sergio Agüero 11 10 February 2019
England Alan Shearer 19 September 1999
3 England Robbie Fowler 9 26 December 2001
4 France Thierry Henry 8 7 May 2006
England Harry Kane 26 December 2017
England Michael Owen 17 December 2005
7 England Wayne Rooney 7 29 November 2017
8 Uruguay Luis Suárez 6 22 March 2014
9 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov 5 26 December 2011
England Andy Cole 30 August 1999
Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy 27 September 2003
Netherlands Robin van Persie 22 April 2013
England Ian Wright 13 September 1997
14 Nigeria Yakubu 4 3 December 2011
England Kevin Campbell 8 May 1999
England Jermain Defoe 13 January 2016
England Les Ferdinand 25 November 2000
Netherlands Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 16 October 2004
England Matthew Le Tissier 19 August 1995
England Teddy Sheringham 26 August 2003
England Chris Sutton 28 February 1998
Argentina Carlos Tevez 14 April 2012
Spain Fernando Torres 29 April 2012
Trinidad and Tobago Dwight Yorke 25 February 2001
25 Togo Emmanuel Adebayor 3 13 September 2008
France Nicolas Anelka 1 November 2008
England Tony Cottee 17 December 1994
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba 14 August 2010
England Dion Dublin 14 November 1998
Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 26 September 2009
England Frank Lampard 2 October 2011
Belgium Romelu Lukaku 4 February 2017
Norway Ole Gunnar Solskjær 29 January 2002
England Theo Walcott 24 May 2015
35 Senegal Demba Ba 2 31 October 2011
Belgium Christian Benteke 7 April 2015
England Andy Carroll 9 April 2016
Scotland Kevin Gallacher 17 January 1998
England Steven Gerrard 13 March 2012
Belgium Eden Hazard 15 September 2018
England Darren Huckerby 9 January 1999
Norway Steffen Iversen 11 March 2000
Russia Andrei Kanchelskis 27 April 1996
England Paul Kitson 19 November 2001
Senegal Sadio Mané 1 May 2016
Zimbabwe Benjani Mwaruwari 19 January 2008
England Kevin Nolan 19 May 2013
England Kevin Phillips 26 December 2000
Italy Fabrizio Ravanelli 5 March 1997
Argentina Maxi Rodríguez 9 May 2011
Egypt Mohamed Salah 8 December 2018
Chile Alexis Sánchez 3 December 2016
England Paul Scholes 12 April 2003
England Raheem Sterling 9 March 2019
Australia Mark Viduka 5 April 2003
England Callum Wilson 18 November 2017
Ghana Tony Yeboah 23 September 1995

Hat-tricks by nationality

The following table lists the number of hat-tricks scored by players from a single nation.

As of 9 March 2019
Rank Nation Hat-tricks Last hat-trick
1  England 146 9 March 2019
2  Netherlands 18 18 October 2015
3  Argentina 17 10 February 2019
4  France 16 15 May 2016
5  Norway 9 11 March 2017
 Spain 22 February 2019
7  Belgium 7 15 September 2018
 Ivory Coast 1 November 2015
 Nigeria 12 February 2012
 Scotland 12 September 2015
11  Uruguay 6 22 March 2014
 Wales 3 February 2018
13  Bulgaria 5 26 December 2011
 Ireland 31 January 2015
 Italy 28 December 2010
 Senegal 1 May 2016
17  Russia 4 4 March 2012
 Trinidad and Tobago 25 February 2001
19  Brazil 3 29 December 2018
 Germany 1 March 2014
 Togo 13 September 2008
 Zimbabwe 19 January 2008
23  Australia 2 5 April 2003
 Cameroon 19 January 2014
 Chile 3 December 2016
 Czech Republic 13 November 2004
 Egypt 8 December 2018
 Ghana 23 September 1995
 Portugal 19 January 2019
30  Algeria 1 5 December 2015
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 28 August 2011
 Costa Rica 23 August 2000
 DR Congo 11 April 2015
 Finland 1 March 2008
 Iceland 23 October 2004
 Israel 12 September 2009
 Jamaica 28 September 2003
 Japan 2 March 2013
 Paraguay 15 December 2007
 Sweden 11 May 2003
 United States 20 January 2012
 Venezuela 14 December 2016
 Yugoslavia 16 December 1995


a The Premier League, created in 1992, is the top tier of English league football.[332]


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