List of Premier League hat-tricks

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Alan Shearer scored a record 11 Premier League hat-tricks, for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.

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, four players, Andrew Cole, Alan Shearer, Jermain Defoe and Dimitar Berbatov have scored five. Robbie Fowler holds the record for the quickest Premier League hat-trick, netting three times for Liverpool against Arsenal in 4 minutes 23 seconds,[1] 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 Pirès 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 four players, Les Ferdinand, Ian Wright, Didier Drogba and Wayne Rooney, 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]

Shearer has scored three or more goals eleven times in the Premier League, more than any other player. Robbie Fowler has scored nine hat-tricks; Thierry Henry and Michael Owen have scored eight hat-tricks each. Five players have each scored hat-tricks for three different clubs: Yakubu Aiyegbeni (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).

The Dubious Goals Committee has subsequently ruled out hat-tricks that have resulted from goals' being incorrectly credited to players during matches. 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 Denis Irwin.[5] Anelka's first goal for Manchester City in September 2002 was later credited as an own goal to Everton's Tomasz Radzinski.[6] 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.[7]

Hat-tricks

Key
4 Player scored four goals
5 Player scored five goals
Scored hat-trick as a substitute Player scored hat-trick as a substitute
* The home team
Note: The results column shows the home team score first
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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.
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Roque Santa Cruz scored a hat-trick for Blackburn Rovers in a 5–3 defeat against Wigan Athletic.
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Despite scoring 84 league goals for Manchester United,[8] 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 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 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. He also became the first player in Premier League to score 3 hat-tricks against the same team (Norwich City F.C.) in December 2013.
Player Nationality For Against Result Date Ref
Cantona, EricEric Cantona  France Leeds United* Tottenham Hotspur 5–0 25 August 1992 [9]
Robins, MarkMark Robins  England Norwich City* Oldham Athletic 3–2 9 November 1992 [10]
Hendrie, JohnJohn Hendrie  Scotland Middlesbrough* Blackburn Rovers 3–2 5 December 1992 [11]
Sinton, AndyAndy Sinton  England Queens Park Rangers* Everton 4–2 28 December 1992 [12]
Deane, BrianBrian Deane  England Sheffield United* Ipswich Town 3–0 16 January 1993 [13]
Sheringham, TeddyTeddy Sheringham  England Tottenham Hotspur* Leeds United 4–0 20 February 1993 [14]
Strachan, GordonGordon Strachan  Scotland Leeds United* Blackburn Rovers 5–2 10 April 1993 [15]
Ferdinand, LesLes Ferdinand  England Queens Park Rangers* Nottingham Forest 4–3 10 April 1993 [16]
Bart-Williams, ChrisChris Bart-Williams  England Sheffield Wednesday* Southampton 5–2 12 April 1993 [17]
Ferdinand, LesLes Ferdinand  England Queens Park Rangers Everton* 3–5 12 April 1993 [18]
Sutton, ChrisChris Sutton  England Norwich City* Leeds United 4–2 14 April 1993 [19]
Walters, MarkMark Walters  England Liverpool* Coventry City 4–0 17 April 1993 [20]
Wallace, RodRod Wallace  England Leeds United Coventry City* 3–3 8 May 1993 [21]
Le Tissier, MatthewMatthew Le Tissier  England Southampton Oldham Athletic* 4–3 8 May 1993 [22]
Quinn, MickyMicky Quinn  England Coventry City Arsenal* 0–3 14 August 1993 [23]
Cottee, TonyTony Cottee  England Everton* Sheffield United 4–2 21 August 1993 [24]
Campbell, KevinKevin Campbell  England Arsenal* Ipswich Town 4–0 11 September 1993 [25]
Ekoku, EfanEfan Ekoku4  Nigeria Norwich City Everton* 1–5 25 September 1993 [26]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers Leeds United* 3–3 23 October 1993 [27]
Beardsley, PeterPeter Beardsley  England Newcastle United* Wimbledon 4–0 30 October 1993 [28]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Liverpool* Southampton 4–2 30 October 1993 [29]
Allen, BradleyBradley Allen  England Queens Park Rangers Everton* 0–3 20 November 1993 [30]
Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole  England Newcastle United* Liverpool 3–0 21 November 1993 [31]
Campbell, KevinKevin Campbell  England Arsenal* Swindon Town 4–0 27 December 1993 [32]
Cottee, TonyTony Cottee  England Everton* Swindon Town 6–0 15 January 1994 [33]
Fjortoft, Jan AgeJan Age Fjortoft  Norway Swindon Town* Coventry City 3–1 5 February 1994 [34]
Saunders, DeanDean Saunders  Wales Aston Villa* Swindon Town 5–0 12 February 1994 [35]
Le Tissier, MatthewMatthew Le Tissier  England Southampton* Liverpool 4–2 14 February 1994 [36]
Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole  England Newcastle United* Coventry City 4–0 23 February 1994 [37]
Wright, IanIan Wright  England Arsenal Ipswich Town* 1–5 5 March 1994 [38]
Wright, IanIan Wright  England Arsenal Southampton* 0–4 19 March 1994 [39]
Le Tissier, MatthewMatthew Le Tissier  England Southampton Norwich City* 4–5 9 April 1994 [40]
Holdsworth, DeanDean Holdsworth  England Wimbledon* Oldham Athletic 3–0 26 April 1994 [41]
Sutton, ChrisChris Sutton  England Blackburn Rovers* Coventry City 4–0 27 August 1994 [42]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Liverpool* Arsenal 4–3 28 August 1994 [1]
Kanchelskis, AndreiAndrei Kanchelskis  Russia Manchester United* Manchester City 5–0 10 November 1994 [43]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* Queens Park Rangers 4–0 26 November 1994 [44]
Sheringham, TeddyTeddy Sheringham  England Tottenham Hotspur* Newcastle United 4–2 3 December 1994 [45]
Cottee, TonyTony Cottee  England West Ham United* Manchester City 3–0 17 December 1994 [46]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* West Ham United 4–2 2 January 1995 [47]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* Ipswich Town 4–1 28 January 1995 [48]
Johnson, TommyTommy Johnson  England Aston Villa* Wimbledon 7–1 11 February 1995 [49]
Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole5  England Manchester United* Ipswich Town 9–0 4 March 1995 [50]
Ndlovu, PeterPeter Ndlovu  Zimbabwe Coventry City Liverpool* 2–3 14 March 1995 [51]
Yeboah, TonyTony Yeboah  Ghana Leeds United* Ipswich Town 4–0 5 April 1995 [52]
Wright, IanIan Wright  England Arsenal* Ipswich Town 4–1 15 April 1995 [53]
Le Tissier, MatthewMatthew Le Tissier  England Southampton* Nottingham Forest 3–4 19 August 1995 [54]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler4  England Liverpool* Bolton Wanderers 5–2 23 September 1995 [55]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* Coventry City 5–1 23 September 1995 [56]
Yeboah, TonyTony Yeboah  Ghana Leeds United Wimbledon* 2–4 23 September 1995 [57]
Ferdinand, LesLes Ferdinand  England Newcastle United* Wimbledon 6–1 21 October 1995 [58]
McAllister, GaryGary McAllister  Scotland Leeds United* Coventry City 3–1 28 October 1995 [59]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* Nottingham Forest 7–0 18 November 1995 [60]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* West Ham United 4–2 2 December 1995 [61]
Dublin, DionDion Dublin  England Coventry City Sheffield Wednesday* 4–3 4 December 1995 [62]
Milosevic, SavoSavo Milošević  Yugoslavia Aston Villa* Coventry City 4–1 16 December 1995 [63]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Liverpool* Arsenal 3–1 23 December 1995 [64]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers* Bolton Wanderers 3–1 3 February 1996 [65]
Peacock, GavinGavin Peacock  England Chelsea* Middlesbrough 5–0 4 February 1996 [66]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Blackburn Rovers Tottenham Hotspur* 2–3 16 March 1996 [67]
Hughes, MarkMark Hughes  Wales Chelsea* Leeds United 4–1 13 April 1996 [68]
Kanchelskis, AndreiAndrei Kanchelskis  Russia Everton Sheffield Wednesday* 2–5 27 April 1996 [69]
Campbell, KevinKevin Campbell  England Nottingham Forest Coventry City* 0–3 17 August 1996 [70]
Ravanelli, FabrizioFabrizio Ravanelli  Italy Middlesbrough* Liverpool 3–3 17 August 1996 [71]
Wright, IanIan Wright  England Arsenal* Sheffield Wednesday 4–1 16 September 1996 [72]
Yorke, DwightDwight Yorke  Trinidad and Tobago Aston Villa Newcastle United* 4–3 30 September 1996 [73]
Speed, GaryGary Speed  Wales Everton* Southampton 7–1 16 November 1996 [74]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler4  England Liverpool* Middlesbrough 5–1 14 December 1996 [75]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer  England Newcastle United* Leicester City 4–3 2 February 1997 [76]
Marshall, IanIan Marshall  England Leicester City* Derby County 4–2 22 February 1997 [77]
Iversen, SteffenSteffen Iversen  Norway Tottenham Hotspur Sunderland* 0–4 4 March 1997 [78]
Ravanelli, FabrizioFabrizio Ravanelli  Italy Middlesbrough* Derby County 6–1 5 March 1997 [79]
Gallacher, KevinKevin Gallacher  Scotland Blackburn Rovers* Wimbledon 3–1 15 March 1997 [80]
Kitson, PaulPaul Kitson  England West Ham United* Sheffield Wednesday 5–1 3 May 1997 [81]
Dublin, DionDion Dublin  England Coventry City* Chelsea 3–2 9 August 1997 [82]
Sutton, ChrisChris Sutton  England Blackburn Rovers Aston Villa* 0–4 13 August 1997 [83]
Vialli, GianlucaGianluca Vialli4  Italy Chelsea Barnsley* 0–6 24 August 1997 [84]
Bergkamp, DennisDennis Bergkamp  Netherlands Arsenal* Leicester City 3–3 27 August 1997 [85]
Wright, IanIan Wright  England Arsenal* Bolton Wanderers 4–1 13 September 1997 [86]
Berger, PatrikPatrik Berger  Czech Republic Liverpool* Chelsea 4–2 5 October 1997 [87]
Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole  England Manchester United* Barnsley 7–0 25 October 1997 [88]
Booth, AndyAndy Booth  England Sheffield Wednesday* Bolton Wanderers 5–0 8 November 1997 [89]
Zola, GianfrancoGianfranco Zola  Italy Chelsea* Derby County 4–0 29 November 1997 [90]
Flo, Tore AndreTore André Flo  Norway Chelsea Tottenham Hotspur* 1–6 6 December 1997 [91]
Ferguson, DuncanDuncan Ferguson  Scotland Everton* Bolton Wanderers 3–2 28 December 1997 [92]
Gallacher, KevinKevin Gallacher  Scotland Blackburn Rovers* Aston Villa 5–0 17 January 1998 [93]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen  England Liverpool Sheffield Wednesday* 3–3 14 February 1998 [94]
Sutton, ChrisChris Sutton  England Blackburn Rovers* Leicester City 5–3 28 February 1998 [95]
Huckerby, DarrenDarren Huckerby  England Coventry City Leeds United* 3–3 25 April 1998 [96]
Klinsmann, JürgenJürgen Klinsmann4  Germany Tottenham Hotspur Wimbledon* 2–6 2 May 1998 [97]
Mendonca, CliveClive Mendonca  England Charlton Athletic* Southampton 5–0 22 August 1998 [98]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen  England Liverpool Newcastle United* 1–4 30 August 1998 [99]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen4  England Liverpool* Nottingham Forest 5–1 24 October 1998 [100]
Dublin, DionDion Dublin  England Aston Villa Southampton 1–4 14 November 1998 [101]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Liverpool Aston Villa* 2–4 21 November 1998 [102]
Armstrong, ChrisChris Armstrong  England Tottenham Hotspur* Everton 4–1 28 December 1998 [103]
Huckerby, DarrenDarren Huckerby  England Coventry City* Nottingham Forest 4–0 9 January 1999 [104]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Liverpool* Southampton 7–1 16 January 1999 [105]
Yorke, DwightDwight Yorke  Trinidad and Tobago Manchester United Leicester City* 2–6 16 January 1999 [106]
Solskjær, Ole GunnarOle Gunnar Solskjær4dagger  Norway Manchester United Nottingham Forest* 1–8 6 February 1999 [1][107]
Anelka, NicolasNicolas Anelka  France Arsenal* Leicester City 5–0 20 February 1999 [108]
Campbell, KevinKevin Campbell  England Everton* West Ham United 6–0 8 May 1999 [109]
Bridges, MichaelMichael Bridges  England Leeds United Southampton* 0–3 11 August 1999 [110]
Cole, AndrewAndrew Cole4  England Manchester United* Newcastle United 5–1 30 August 1999 [111]
Phillips, KevinKevin Phillips  England Sunderland Derby County* 0–5 18 September 1999 [112]
Shearer, AlanAlan Shearer5  England Newcastle United* Sheffield Wednesday 8–0 19 September 1999 [113]
Kanu, NwankwoNwankwo Kanu  Nigeria Arsenal Chelsea* 2–3 23 October 1999 [114]
Overmars, MarcMarc Overmars  Netherlands Arsenal* Middlesbrough 5–1 21 November 1999 [115]
Solskjær, Ole GunnarOle Gunnar Solskjær4  Norway Manchester United* Everton 5–1 4 December 1999 [116]
Barmby, NickNick Barmby  England Everton West Ham United* 0–4 26 February 2000 [117]
Collymore, StanStan Collymore  England Leicester City* Sunderland 5–2 5 March 2000 [118]
Iversen, SteffenSteffen Iversen  Norway Tottenham Hotspur* Southampton 7–2 11 March 2000 [119]
Yorke, DwightDwight Yorke  Trinidad and Tobago Manchester United* Derby County 3–1 11 March 2000 [120]
Scholes, PaulPaul Scholes  England Manchester United* West Ham United 7–1 1 April 2000 [121]
Windass, DeanDean Windass  England Bradford City* Derby County 4–4 21 April 2000 [122]
Wanchope, PauloPaulo Wanchope  Costa Rica Manchester City* Sunderland 4–2 23 August 2000 [123]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen  England Liverpool* Aston Villa 3–1 6 September 2000 [124]
Heskey, EmileEmile Heskey  England Liverpool Derby County* 0–4 15 October 2000 [125]
Hasselbaink, Jimmy FloydJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink4  Netherlands Chelsea* Coventry City 6–1 21 October 2000 [126]
Sheringham, TeddyTeddy Sheringham  England Manchester United* Southampton 5–0 28 October 2000 [127]
Viduka, MarkMark Viduka4  Australia Leeds United* Liverpool 4–3 4 November 2000 [128]
Ferdinand, LesLes Ferdinand  England Tottenham Hotspur Leicester City* 0–3 25 November 2000 [129]
Parlour, RayRay Parlour  England Arsenal* Newcastle United 5–0 10 December 2000 [130]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* Leicester City 6–1 26 December 2000 [131]
Phillips, KevinKevin Phillips  England Sunderland Bradford City* 1–4 26 December 2000 [132]
Yorke, DwightDwight Yorke  Trinidad and Tobago Manchester United* Arsenal 6–1 25 February 2001 [133]
Wiltord, SylvainSylvain Wiltord  France Arsenal* West Ham United 3–0 3 March 2001 [134]
Stewart, MarcusMarcus Stewart  England Ipswich Town Southampton* 0–3 7 April 2001 [135]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen  England Liverpool* Newcastle United 3–0 5 May 2001 [136]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Liverpool Leicester City* 1–4 20 October 2001 [137]
Kitson, PaulPaul Kitson  England West Ham United Charlton Athletic* 4–4 19 November 2001 [138]
van Nistelrooy, RuudRuud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands Manchester United* Southampton 6–1 22 December 2001 [139]
Fowler, RobbieRobbie Fowler  England Leeds United Bolton Wanderers* 0–3 26 December 2001 [140]
Solskjær, Ole GunnarOle Gunnar Solskjær  Norway Manchester United Bolton Wanderers* 0–4 29 January 2002 [141]
Hasselbaink, Jimmy FloydJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink  Netherlands Chelsea* Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 13 March 2002 [142]
Bobic, FrediFredi Bobic  Germany Bolton Wanderers* Ipswich Town 4–1 6 April 2002 [143]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen  England Liverpool Manchester City* 0–3 28 September 2002 [144]
Beattie, JamesJames Beattie  England Southampton* Fulham 4–2 27 October 2002 [145]
van Nistelrooy, RuudRuud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands Manchester United* Newcastle United 5–3 23 November 2002 [146]
Keane, RobbieRobbie Keane  Ireland Tottenham Hotspur* Everton 4–3 12 January 2003 [147]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* West Ham United 3–1 19 January 2003 [148]
van Nistelrooy, RuudRuud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands Manchester United* Fulham 3–0 22 March 2003 [149]
Viduka, MarkMark Viduka  Australia Leeds United Charlton Athletic* 1–6 5 April 2003 [150]
Scholes, PaulPaul Scholes  England Manchester United Newcastle United* 2–6 12 April 2003 [151]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen4  England Liverpool West Bromwich Albion* 0–6 26 April 2003 [152]
van Nistelrooy, RuudRuud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands Manchester United* Charlton Athletic 4–1 3 May 2003 [153]
Pennant, JermaineJermaine Pennant  England Arsenal* Southampton 6–1 7 May 2003 [154]
Pirès, RobertRobert Pirès  France Arsenal* Southampton 6–1 7 May 2003 [154]
Ljungberg, FredrikFredrik Ljungberg  Sweden Arsenal Sunderland* 0–4 11 May 2003 [155]
Sheringham, TeddyTeddy Sheringham  England Portsmouth* Bolton Wanderers 4–0 26 August 2003 [156]
Anelka, NicolasNicolas Anelka  France Manchester City* Aston Villa 4–1 14 September 2003 [157]
van Nistelrooy, RuudRuud van Nistelrooy  Netherlands Manchester United Leicester City* 1–4 27 September 2003 [158]
Lisbie, KevinKevin Lisbie  Jamaica Charlton Athletic* Liverpool 3–2 28 September 2003 [159]
Watson, SteveSteve Watson  England Everton* Leeds United 4–0 28 September 2003 [160]
Keane, RobbieRobbie Keane  Ireland Tottenham Hotspur* Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–2 6 December 2003 [161]
Hasselbaink, Jimmy FloydJimmy Floyd Hasselbainkdagger  Netherlands Chelsea* Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–2 27 March 2004 [107] [162]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* Liverpool 4–2 9 April 2004 [163]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry4  France Arsenal* Leeds United 5–0 16 April 2004 [164]
Aiyegbeni, YakubuYakubu Aiyegbeni4  Nigeria Portsmouth* Middlesbrough 5–1 15 May 2004 [165]
Aiyegbeni, YakubuYakubu Aiyegbeni  Nigeria Portsmouth* Fulham 4–3 30 August 2004 [166]
Hasselbaink, Jimmy FloydJimmy Floyd Hasselbaink  Netherlands Middlesbrough Blackburn Rovers* 0–4 16 October 2004 [167]
Gudjohnsen, EidurEiður Guðjohnsen  Iceland Chelsea* Blackburn Rovers 4–0 23 October 2004 [168]
Baros, MilanMilan Baroš  Czech Republic Liverpool* Crystal Palace 3–2 13 November 2004 [169]
Defoe, JermainJermain Defoe  England Tottenham Hotspur* Southampton 5–1 18 December 2004 [170]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* Portsmouth 3–0 5 March 2005 [171]
Earnshaw, RobertRobert Earnshawdagger  Wales West Bromwich Albion Charlton Athletic* 1–4 19 March 2005 [107][172]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* Norwich City 4–1 2 April 2005 [173]
Harewood, MarlonMarlon Harewood  England West Ham United* Aston Villa 4–0 12 September 2005 [174]
Camara, HenriHenri Camara  Senegal Wigan Athletic* Charlton Athletic 3–0 16 December 2005 [175]
Owen, MichaelMichael Owen  England Newcastle United West Ham United* 2–4 17 December 2005 [176]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* Middlesbrough 7–0 14 January 2006 [177]
Bentley, DavidDavid Bentley  England Blackburn Rovers* Manchester United 4–3 1 February 2006 [178]
Moore, LukeLuke Moore  England Aston Villa Middlesbrough* 0–4 4 February 2006 [179]
Henry, ThierryThierry Henry  France Arsenal* Wigan Athletic 4–2 7 May 2006 [180]
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney  England Manchester United Bolton Wanderers* 0–4 28 October 2006 [181]
Drogba, DidierDidier Drogba  Ivory Coast Chelsea* Watford 4–0 11 November 2006 [182]
Crouch, PeterPeter Crouch  England Liverpool* Arsenal 4–1 31 March 2007 [183]
Adebayor, EmmanuelEmmanuel Adebayor  Togo Arsenal* Derby County 5–0 22 September 2007 [184]
Mwaruwari, BenjaniBenjani Mwaruwari  Zimbabwe Portsmouth* Reading 7–4 29 September 2007 [185]
Aiyegbeni, YakubuYakubu Aiyegbeni  Nigeria Everton* Fulham 3–0 8 December 2007 [186]
Santa Cruz, RoqueRoque Santa Cruz  Paraguay Blackburn Rovers Wigan Athletic* 3–5 15 December 2007 [187]
Bent, MarcusMarcus Bent  England Wigan Athletic* Blackburn Rovers 3–5 15 December 2007 [188]
Berbatov, DimitarDimitar Berbatov4  Bulgaria Tottenham Hotspur* Reading 6–4 29 December 2007 [189]
Ronaldo, CristianoCristiano Ronaldo  Portugal Manchester United* Newcastle United 6–0 12 January 2008 [190]
Mwaruwari, BenjaniBenjani Mwaruwari  Zimbabwe Portsmouth* Derby County 3–1 19 January 2008 [191]
Carew, JohnJohn Carew  Norway Aston Villa* Newcastle United 4–1 9 February 2008 [192]
Torres, FernandoFernando Torres  Spain Liverpool* Middlesbrough 3–2 23 February 2008 [193]
Forssell, MikaelMikael Forssell  Finland Birmingham City* Tottenham Hotspur 4–1 1 March 2008 [194]
Torres, FernandoFernando Torres  Spain Liverpool* West Ham United 4–0 5 March 2008 [195]
Lampard, FrankFrank Lampard4  England Chelsea* Derby County 6–1 12 March 2008 [196]
Adebayor, EmmanuelEmmanuel Adebayordagger  Togo Arsenal Derby County* 2–6 28 April 2008 [107][197]
Alves, AfonsoAfonso Alves  Brazil Middlesbrough* Manchester City 8–1 11 May 2008 [198]
Agbonlahor, GabrielGabriel Agbonlahor  England Aston Villa* Manchester City 4–2 17 August 2008 [199]
Adebayor, EmmanuelEmmanuel Adebayor  Togo Arsenal Blackburn Rovers* 0–4 13 September 2008 [200]
Robinho
 Brazil Manchester City* Stoke City 3–0 26 October 2008 [201]
Anelka, NicolasNicolas Anelka  France Chelsea* Sunderland 5–0 1 November 2008 [202]
Gerrard, StevenSteven Gerrard  England Liverpool* Aston Villa 5–0 22 March 2009 [203]
Arshavin, AndreiAndrei Arshavin4  Russia Arsenal Liverpool* 4–4 21 April 2009 [204]
Defoe, JermainJermain Defoe  England Tottenham Hotspur Hull City* 1–5 19 August 2009 [205]
Benayoun, YossiYossi Benayoun  Israel Liverpool* Burnley 4–0 12 September 2009 [206]
Torres, FernandoFernando Torres  Spain Liverpool* Hull City 6–1 26 September 2009 [207]
Keane, RobbieRobbie Keane4  Ireland Tottenham Hotspur* Burnley 5–0 26 September 2009 [208]
Dindane, ArunaAruna Dindane  Ivory Coast Portsmouth* Wigan Athletic 4–0 31 October 2009 [209]
Defoe, JermainJermain Defoe5  England Tottenham Hotspur* Wigan Athletic 9–1 22 November 2009 [210]
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney  England Manchester United Portsmouth* 1–4 28 November 2009 [211]
Tevez, CarlosCarlos Tevez  Argentina Manchester City* Blackburn Rovers 4–1 11 January 2010 [212]
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney4  England Manchester United* Hull City 4–0 23 January 2010 [213]
Bent, DarrenDarren Bent  England Sunderland* Bolton Wanderers 4–0 9 March 2010 [214]
Lampard, FrankFrank Lampard4  England Chelsea* Aston Villa 7–1 27 March 2010 [215]
Tevez, CarlosCarlos Tevez  Argentina Manchester City* Wigan Athletic 3–0 29 March 2010 [216]
Kalou, SalomonSalomon Kalou  Ivory Coast Chelsea* Stoke City 7–0 25 April 2010 [217]
Drogba, DidierDidier Drogba  Ivory Coast Chelsea* Wigan Athletic 8–0 9 May 2010 [218]
Drogba, DidierDidier Drogba  Ivory Coast Chelsea* West Bromwich Albion 6–0 14 August 2010 [219]
Walcott, TheoTheo Walcott  England Arsenal* Blackpool 6–0 21 August 2010 [220]
Carroll, AndyAndy Carroll  England Newcastle United* Aston Villa 6–0 22 August 2010 [221]
Berbatov, DimitarDimitar Berbatov  Bulgaria Manchester United* Liverpool 3–2 19 September 2010 [222]
Nolan, KevinKevin Nolan  England Newcastle United* Sunderland 5–1 31 October 2010 [223]
Berbatov, DimitarDimitar Berbatov5  Bulgaria Manchester United* Blackburn Rovers 7–1 27 November 2010 [224]
Balotelli, MarioMario Balotelli  Italy Manchester City* Aston Villa 4–0 28 December 2010 [225]
Best, LeonLeon Best  Ireland Newcastle United* West Ham United 5–0 5 January 2011 [226]
Berbatov, DimitarDimitar Berbatov  Bulgaria Manchester United* Birmingham City 5–0 22 January 2011 [227]
van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Arsenal* Wigan Athletic 3–0 22 January 2011 [228]
Tevez, CarlosCarlos Tevez  Argentina Manchester City* West Bromwich Albion 3–0 5 February 2011 [229]
Saha, LouisLouis Saha4  France Everton* Blackpool 5–3 5 February 2011 [230]
Kuyt, DirkDirk Kuyt  Netherlands Liverpool* Manchester United 3–1 6 March 2011 [231]
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney  England Manchester United West Ham United* 2–4 2 April 2011 [232]
Rodríguez, MaxiMaxi Rodríguez  Argentina Liverpool* Birmingham City 5–0 23 April 2011 [233]
Rodríguez, MaxiMaxi Rodríguez  Argentina Liverpool Fulham* 2–5 9 May 2011 [234]
Tchoyi, SomenSomen Tchoyi  Cameroon West Bromwich Albion Newcastle United* 3–3 22 May 2011 [235]
Dzeko, EdinEdin Džeko4  Bosnia and Herzegovina Manchester City Tottenham Hotspur* 1–5 28 August 2011 [236]
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney  England Manchester United* Arsenal 8–2 28 August 2011 [237]
Agüero, SergioSergio Agüero  Argentina Manchester City* Wigan Athletic 3–0 10 September 2011 [238]
Rooney, WayneWayne Rooney  England Manchester United Bolton Wanderers* 0–5 10 September 2011 [239]
Ba, DembaDemba Ba  Senegal Newcastle United* Blackburn Rovers 3–1 23 September 2011 [240]
Lampard, FrankFrank Lampard  England Chelsea Bolton Wanderers* 1–5 2 October 2011 [241]
Johnson, AndrewAndrew Johnson  England Fulham* Queens Park Rangers 6–0 2 October 2011 [242]
van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Arsenal Chelsea* 3–5 29 October 2011 [243]
Ba, DembaDemba Ba  Senegal Newcastle United Stoke City* 1–3 31 October 2011 [244]
Aiyegbeni, YakubuYakubu Aiyegbeni4  Nigeria Blackburn Rovers* Swansea City 4–2 3 December 2011 [245]
Berbatov, DimitarDimitar Berbatov  Bulgaria Manchester United* Wigan Athletic 5–0 26 December 2011 [246]
Dempsey, ClintClint Dempsey  United States Fulham* Newcastle United 5–2 20 January 2012 [247]
van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Arsenal* Blackburn Rovers 7–1 4 February 2012 [248]
Odemwingie, PeterPeter Odemwingie  Nigeria West Bromwich Albion Wolverhampton Wanderers* 1–5 12 February 2012 [249]
Pogrebnyak, PavelPavel Pogrebnyak  Russia Fulham* Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–0 4 March 2012 [250]
Gerrard, StevenSteven Gerrard  England Liverpool* Everton 3–0 13 March 2012 [251]
Tevez, CarlosCarlos Tevez  Argentina Manchester City Norwich City* 1–6 14 April 2012 [252]
Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez  Uruguay Liverpool Norwich City* 0–3 28 April 2012 [253]
Torres, FernandoFernando Torres  Spain Chelsea* Queens Park Rangers 6–1 29 April 2012 [254]
van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Manchester United Southampton* 2–3 2 September 2012 [255]
Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez  Uruguay Liverpool Norwich City* 2–5 29 September 2012 [256]
Gómez, JordiJordi Gómez  Spain Wigan Athletic* Reading 3–2 24 November 2012 [257]
Cazorla, SantiSanti Cazorla  Spain Arsenal Reading* 2–5 17 December 2012 [258]
Bale, GarethGareth Bale  Wales Tottenham Hotspur Aston Villa* 0–4 26 December 2012 [259]
Walcott, TheoTheo Walcott  England Arsenal* Newcastle United 7–3 29 December 2012 [260]
Kagawa, ShinjiShinji Kagawa  Japan Manchester United* Norwich City 4–0 2 March 2013 [261]
Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez  Uruguay Liverpool Wigan Athletic* 0–4 2 March 2013 [262]
van Persie, RobinRobin van Persie  Netherlands Manchester United* Aston Villa 3–0 22 April 2013 [263]
Benteke, ChristianChristian Benteke  Belgium Aston Villa* Sunderland 6–1 29 April 2013 [264]
Sturridge, DanielDaniel Sturridge  England Liverpool Fulham* 1–3 12 May 2013 [265]
Nolan, KevinKevin Nolan  England West Ham United* Reading 4–2 19 May 2013 [266]
Lukaku, RomeluRomelu Lukakudagger  Belgium West Bromwich Albion* Manchester United 5–5 19 May 2013 [107]
Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez  Uruguay Liverpool* West Bromwich Albion 4–1 26 October 2013 [267]
Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez4  Uruguay Liverpool* Norwich City 5–1 4 December 2013 [268]
Johnson, AdamAdam Johnson  England Sunderland Fulham* 1–4 11 January 2014 [269]
Eto'o, SamuelSamuel Eto'o  Cameroon Chelsea* Manchester United 3–1 19 January 2014 [270]
Hazard, EdenEden Hazard  Belgium Chelsea* Newcastle United 3–0 8 February 2014 [271]
Schürrle, AndréAndré Schürrle  Germany Chelsea Fulham* 1–3 1 March 2014 [272]
Touré, YayaYaya Touré  Ivory Coast Manchester City* Fulham 5–0 22 March 2014 [273]
Suárez, LuisLuis Suárez  Uruguay Liverpool Cardiff City* 3–6 22 March 2014 [274]
Costa, DiegoDiego Costa  Spain Chelsea* Swansea City 4–2 13 September 2014 [275]
Agüero, SergioSergio Agüero4  Argentina Manchester City* Tottenham Hotspur 4–1 18 October 2014 [276]

Multiple hat-tricks

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

Rank Player Hat-tricks
1st England Alan Shearer
11
2nd England Robbie Fowler
9
3rd France Thierry Henry 8
England Michael Owen
5th England Wayne Rooney 6
Uruguay Luis Suárez
7th Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov 5
England Andrew Cole
Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy
Netherlands Robin van Persie
England Ian Wright
12th Nigeria Yakubu Aiyegbeni 4
England Kevin Campbell
England Les Ferdinand
Netherlands Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
England Matthew Le Tissier
England Teddy Sheringham
England Chris Sutton
Argentina Carlos Tévez
Spain Fernando Torres
Trinidad and Tobago Dwight Yorke
22nd Togo Emmanuel Adebayor 3
France Nicolas Anelka
England Tony Cottee
England Jermain Defoe
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba
England Dion Dublin
Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane
England Frank Lampard
Norway Ole Gunnar Solskjær
31st Argentina Sergio Agüero 2
Senegal Demba Ba
Scotland Kevin Gallacher
England Steven Gerrard
England Darren Huckerby
Norway Steffen Iversen
Russia Andrei Kanchelskis
England Paul Kitson
Zimbabwe Benjani Mwaruwari
England Kevin Nolan
England Kevin Phillips
Italy Fabrizio Ravanelli
Argentina Maxi Rodríguez
England Paul Scholes
Australia Mark Viduka
England Theo Walcott
Ghana Tony Yeboah

Notes

a The Premier League, created in 1992, is the top tier of English league football.[277]

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