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List of Premier League hat-tricks

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Sergio Agüero has scored the most hat-tricks in the Premier League, netting 12 for Manchester City.
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Alan Shearer scored 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 200 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-one 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. Six hat-tricks have been achieved in under 10 minutes; in addition to Mané and Fowler's, Defoe, Gabriel Agbonlahor, Ian Wright, and Andy Carroll have scored the quickest hat-tricks.[2] 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".[3]

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. In 2019, both Ayoze Pérez and Jamie Vardy scored hat-tricks as Leicester City defeated Southampton 9–0. Only five players – Les Ferdinand, Ian Wright, Didier Drogba, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane (twice) – have scored hat-tricks in two consecutive league games, while Thierry Henry achieved it in consecutive appearances a month apart.[4]

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.[5] 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.[6] 34 different players have scored a "perfect" hat-trick in the Premier League since its inception, but only two players have achieved this feat more than once: Robbie Fowler has scored three (all for Liverpool) and Yakubu has scored two (one each for Blackburn Rovers and Everton).[7]

Sergio Agüero has scored three or more goals twelve times in the Premier League, more than any other player. Alan Shearer is second with eleven hat-tricks; Robbie Fowler has scored nine, and Henry, Kane and Michael Owen have each scored eight hat-tricks. Five players have each scored hat-tricks for three different clubs: Yakubu (Blackburn, Everton and Portsmouth); Nicolas Anelka (Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City); Kevin Campbell (Arsenal, Everton and Forest); Les Ferdinand (Newcastle United, Queens Park Rangers and Tottenham) and Teddy Sheringham (Manchester United, Portsmouth and Tottenham).[4] 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.[8]

The youngest player to score a Premier League hat-trick was Michael Owen for Liverpool, when he scored his first league hat-trick against Sheffield Wednesday on 14 February 1998 at the age of 18 years and 62 days.[9][10] The oldest scorer of a Premier League hat-trick is Teddy Sheringham with an age of 37 years and 146 days playing for Portsmouth against Bolton Wanderers on 26 August 2003.[11]

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.[12][13] Anelka's first goal for Manchester City in September 2002 was later credited as an own goal to Everton's Tomasz Radzinski.[14] Javier Hernández was denied a hat-trick against Aston Villa in November 2012 after the committee ruled his second goal was actually an own goal by Ron Vlaar.[15]

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
D L Player was not on the winning team (game Drawn or Lost)
P Player scored a perfect hat-trick (one goal each with right foot, left foot and head)
B Team hat-trick scored for
() Number of times player scored a hat-trick (only for players with multiple hat-tricks)
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Eric Cantona scored the first hat-trick in the Premier League while playing for Leeds United.
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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, and is also the youngest player to score a Premier League hat trick at 18 years and 62 days. He scored three hat-tricks as a teenager, which is also a record
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Robbie Fowler scored three or more goals on nine occasions.
Harry Kane has scored eight hat-tricks for Tottenham Hotspur.
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After coming on as a second-half substitute, Ole Gunnar Solskjær scored four goals in twelve minutes against Nottingham Forest.
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Ruud van Nistelrooy scored five hat-tricks in just over two years 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,[16] Cristiano Ronaldo only scored one hat-trick, in a 6–0 victory against Newcastle United in January 2008.[17]
Israeli midfielder Yossi Benayoun became the first Asian player to score a hat-trick in the Premier League, doing so in September 2009.
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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, 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 to score a Premier League hat-trick in the Merseyside derby in March 2012.
Japanese player Shinji Kagawa became the first player from an Asian Football Confederation member country to score a hat-trick in the Premier League, doing so in March 2013.
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.
South Korean international Son Heung-min became the first Asian player to score four or more goals in a single Premier League match, having done so in September 2020.
Premier League hat-tricks by player
Player Nationality Home team Result Away team Date Ref.
Eric Cantona  France Leeds United 5–0 Tottenham Hotspur 25 August 1992 [18]
Mark RobinsP  England Norwich City 3–2 Oldham Athletic 9 November 1992 [19]
John Hendrie  Scotland Middlesbrough 3–2 Blackburn Rovers 5 December 1992 [20]
Andy Sinton  England Queens Park Rangers 4–2 Everton 28 December 1992 [21]
Brian Deane  England Sheffield United 3–0 Ipswich Town 16 January 1993 [22]
Teddy Sheringham (1)  England Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 Leeds United 20 February 1993 [23]
Gordon Strachan  Scotland Leeds United 5–2 Blackburn Rovers 10 April 1993 [24]
Les Ferdinand (1)  England Queens Park Rangers 4–3 Nottingham Forest [25]
Chris Bart-Williams  England Sheffield Wednesday 5–2 Southampton 12 April 1993 [26]
Les Ferdinand (2)  England Everton 3–5 Queens Park Rangers [27]
Chris Sutton (1)  England Norwich City 4–2 Leeds United 14 April 1993 [28]
Mark Walters  England Liverpool 4–0 Coventry City 17 April 1993 [29]
Rod WallaceD  England Coventry City 3–3 Leeds United 8 May 1993 [30]
Matthew Le TissierL (1)  England Oldham Athletic 4–3 Southampton [31]
Micky Quinn  England Arsenal 0–3 Coventry City 14 August 1993 [32]
Tony Cottee (1)  England Everton 4–2 Sheffield United 21 August 1993 [33]
Kevin Campbell (1)  England Arsenal 4–0 Ipswich Town 11 September 1993 [34]
Efan Ekoku4 P  Nigeria Everton 1–5 Norwich City 25 September 1993 [35]
Alan ShearerD (1)  England Leeds United 3–3 Blackburn Rovers 23 October 1993 [36]
Peter Beardsley  England Newcastle United 4–0 Wimbledon 30 October 1993 [37]
Robbie FowlerP (1)  England Liverpool 4–2 Southampton [38]
Bradley Allen  England Everton 0–3 Queens Park Rangers 20 November 1993 [39]
Andy Cole (1)  England Newcastle United 3–0 Liverpool 21 November 1993 [40]
Kevin Campbell (2)  England Swindon Town 0–4 Arsenal 27 December 1993 [41]
Tony Cottee (2)  England Everton 6–0 Swindon Town 15 January 1994 [42]
Jan Åge Fjørtoft  Norway Swindon Town 3–1 Coventry City 5 February 1994 [43]
Dean Saunders  Wales Aston Villa 5–0 Swindon Town 12 February 1994 [44]
Matthew Le Tissier (2)  England Southampton 4–2 Liverpool 14 February 1994 [45]
Andy Cole (2)  England Newcastle United 4–0 Coventry City 23 February 1994 [46]
Ian Wright (1)  England Ipswich Town 1–5 Arsenal 5 March 1994 [47]
Ian Wright (2)  England Southampton 0–4 Arsenal 19 March 1994 [48]
Matthew Le TissierP (3)  England Norwich City 4–5 Southampton 9 April 1994 [49]
Dean Holdsworth  England Wimbledon 3–0 Oldham Athletic 26 April 1994 [50]
Chris SuttonP (2)  England Blackburn Rovers 4–0 Coventry City 27 August 1994 [51]
Robbie Fowler (2)  England Liverpool 3–0 Arsenal 28 August 1994 [52]
Andrei Kanchelskis (1)  Russia Manchester United 5–0 Manchester City 10 November 1994 [53]
Alan Shearer (2)  England Blackburn Rovers 4–0 Queens Park Rangers 26 November 1994 [54]
Teddy Sheringham (2)  England Tottenham Hotspur 4–2 Newcastle United 3 December 1994 [55]
Tony Cottee (3)  England West Ham United 3–0 Manchester City 17 December 1994 [56]
Alan Shearer (3)  England Blackburn Rovers 4–2 West Ham United 2 January 1995 [57]
Alan Shearer (4)  England Blackburn Rovers 4–1 Ipswich Town 28 January 1995 [58]
Tommy JohnsonP  England Aston Villa 7–1 Wimbledon 11 February 1995 [59]
Andy Cole5 P (3)  England Manchester United 9–0 Ipswich Town 4 March 1995 [60]
Peter Ndlovu  Zimbabwe Liverpool 2–3 Coventry City 14 March 1995 [61]
Tony Yeboah (1)  Ghana Leeds United 4–0 Ipswich Town 5 April 1995 [62]
Ian Wright (3)  England Arsenal 4–1 Ipswich Town 15 April 1995 [63]
Matthew Le TissierL (4)  England Southampton 3–4 Nottingham Forest 19 August 1995 [64]
Robbie Fowler4 (3)  England Liverpool 5–2 Bolton Wanderers 23 September 1995 [65]
Alan Shearer (5)  England Blackburn Rovers 5–1 Coventry City [66]
Tony Yeboah (2)  Ghana Wimbledon 2–4 Leeds United [67]
Les Ferdinand (3)  England Newcastle United 6–1 Wimbledon 21 October 1995 [68]
Gary McAllister  Scotland Leeds United 3–1 Coventry City 28 October 1995 [69]
Alan Shearer (6)  England Blackburn Rovers 7–0 Nottingham Forest 18 November 1995 [70]
Alan Shearer (7)  England Blackburn Rovers 4–2 West Ham United 2 December 1995 [71]
Dion DublinL (1)  England Sheffield Wednesday 4–3 Coventry City 4 December 1995 [72]
Savo Milošević  FR Yugoslavia Aston Villa 4–1 Coventry City 16 December 1995 [73]
Robbie FowlerP (4)  England Liverpool 3–1 Arsenal 23 December 1995 [74]
Alan Shearer (8)  England Blackburn Rovers 3–1 Bolton Wanderers 3 February 1996 [75]
Gavin Peacock  England Chelsea 5–0 Middlesbrough 4 February 1996 [76]
Alan Shearer (9)  England Tottenham Hotspur 2–3 Blackburn Rovers 16 March 1996 [77]
Mark Hughes  Wales Chelsea 4–1 Leeds United 13 April 1996 [78]
Andrei Kanchelskis (2)  Russia Sheffield Wednesday 2–5 Everton 27 April 1996 [79]
Kevin Campbell (3)  England Coventry City 0–3 Nottingham Forest 17 August 1996 [80]
Fabrizio RavanelliD (1)  Italy Middlesbrough 3–3 Liverpool [81]
Ian Wright (4)  England Arsenal 4–1 Sheffield Wednesday 16 September 1996 [82]
Dwight YorkeL (1)  Trinidad and Tobago Newcastle United 4–3 Aston Villa 30 September 1996 [83]
Gary Speed  Wales Everton 7–1 Southampton 16 November 1996 [84]
Robbie Fowler4 (5)  England Liverpool 5–1 Middlesbrough 14 December 1996 [85]
Alan Shearer (10)  England Newcastle United 4–3 Leicester City 2 February 1997 [86]
Ian Marshall  England Leicester City 4–2 Derby County 22 February 1997 [87]
Steffen Iversen (1)  Norway Sunderland 0–4 Tottenham Hotspur 4 March 1997 [88]
Fabrizio Ravanelli (2)  Italy Middlesbrough 6–1 Derby County 5 March 1997 [89]
Kevin Gallacher (1)  Scotland Blackburn Rovers 3–1 Wimbledon 15 March 1997 [90]
Paul Kitson (1)  England West Ham United 5–1 Sheffield Wednesday 3 May 1997 [91]
Dion Dublin (2)  England Coventry City 3–2 Chelsea 9 August 1997 [92]
Chris Sutton (3)  England Aston Villa 0–4 Blackburn Rovers 13 August 1997 [93]
Gianluca Vialli4 P  Italy Barnsley 0–6 Chelsea 24 August 1997 [94]
Dennis BergkampD  Netherlands Arsenal 3–3 Leicester City 27 August 1997 [95]
Ian Wright (5)  England Arsenal 4–1 Bolton Wanderers 13 September 1997 [96]
Patrik Berger  Czech Republic Liverpool 4–2 Chelsea 5 October 1997 [97]
Andy Cole (4)  England Manchester United 7–0 Barnsley 25 October 1997 [98]
Andy Booth  England Sheffield Wednesday 5–0 Bolton Wanderers 8 November 1997 [99]
Gianfranco Zola  Italy Chelsea 4–0 Derby County 29 November 1997 [100]
Tore André Flo  Norway Tottenham Hotspur 1–6 Chelsea 6 December 1997 [101]
Duncan Ferguson  Scotland Everton 3–2 Bolton Wanderers 28 December 1997 [102]
Kevin Gallacher (2)  Scotland Blackburn Rovers 5–0 Aston Villa 17 January 1998 [103]
Michael OwenD (1)  England Sheffield Wednesday 3–3 Liverpool 14 February 1998 [9]
Chris Sutton (4)  England Blackburn Rovers 5–3 Leicester City 28 February 1998 [104]
Darren HuckerbyD (1)  England Leeds United 3–3 Coventry City 25 April 1998 [105]
Jürgen Klinsmann4  Germany Wimbledon 2–6 Tottenham Hotspur 2 May 1998 [106]
Clive Mendonca  England Charlton Athletic 5–0 Southampton 22 August 1998 [107]
Michael Owen (2)  England Newcastle United 1–4 Liverpool 30 August 1998 [108]
Michael Owen4 (3)  England Liverpool 5–1 Nottingham Forest 24 October 1998 [109]
Dion Dublin (3)  England Southampton 1–4 Aston Villa 14 November 1998 [110]
Robbie Fowler (6)  England Aston Villa 2–4 Liverpool 21 November 1998 [111]
Chris Armstrong  England Tottenham Hotspur 4–1 Everton 28 December 1998 [112]
Darren Huckerby (2)  England Coventry City 4–0 Nottingham Forest 9 January 1999 [113]
Robbie FowlerP (7)  England Liverpool 7–1 Southampton 16 January 1999 [114]
Dwight Yorke (2)  Trinidad and Tobago Leicester City 2–6 Manchester United [115]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær4dagger (1)  Norway Nottingham Forest 1–8 Manchester United 6 February 1999 [1][116]
Nicolas Anelka (1)  France Arsenal 5–0 Leicester City 20 February 1999 [117]
Kevin Campbell (4)  England Everton 6–0 West Ham United 8 May 1999 [118]
Michael Bridges  England Southampton 0–3 Leeds United 11 August 1999 [119]
Andy Cole4 (5)  England Manchester United 5–1 Newcastle United 30 August 1999 [120]
Kevin Phillips (1)  England Derby County 0–5 Sunderland 18 September 1999 [121]
Alan Shearer5 (11)  England Newcastle United 8–0 Sheffield Wednesday 19 September 1999 [122]
Nwankwo Kanu  Nigeria Chelsea 2–3 Arsenal 23 October 1999 [123]
Marc Overmars  Netherlands Arsenal 5–1 Middlesbrough 21 November 1999 [124]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær4 P (2)  Norway Manchester United 5–1 Everton 4 December 1999 [125]
Nick Barmby  England West Ham United 0–4 Everton 26 February 2000 [126]
Stan Collymore  England Leicester City 5–2 Sunderland 5 March 2000 [127]
Steffen Iversen (2)  Norway Tottenham Hotspur 7–2 Southampton 11 March 2000 [128]
Dwight Yorke (3)  Trinidad and Tobago Manchester United 3–1 Derby County [129]
Paul Scholes (1)  England Manchester United 7–1 West Ham United 1 April 2000 [130]
Dean WindassD  England Bradford City 4–4 Derby County 21 April 2000 [131]
Paulo Wanchope  Costa Rica Manchester City 4–2 Sunderland 23 August 2000 [132]
Michael Owen (4)  England Liverpool 3–1 Aston Villa 6 September 2000 [133]
Emile HeskeyP  England Derby County 0–4 Liverpool 15 October 2000 [134]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink4 (1)  Netherlands Chelsea 6–1 Coventry City 21 October 2000 [135]
Teddy Sheringham (3)  England Manchester United 5–0 Southampton 28 October 2000 [136]
Mark Viduka4 (1)  Australia Leeds United 4–3 Liverpool 4 November 2000 [137]
Les FerdinandP (4)  England Tottenham Hotspur 3–0 Leicester City 25 November 2000 [138]
Ray Parlour  England Arsenal 5–0 Newcastle United 10 December 2000 [139]
Thierry Henry (1)  France Arsenal 6–1 Leicester City 26 December 2000 [140]
Kevin Phillips (2)  England Bradford City 1–4 Sunderland [141]
Dwight Yorke (4)  Trinidad and Tobago Manchester United 6–1 Arsenal 25 February 2001 [142]
Sylvain Wiltord  France Arsenal 3–0 West Ham United 3 March 2001 [143]
Marcus Stewart  England Southampton 0–3 Ipswich Town 7 April 2001 [144]
Michael Owen (5)  England Liverpool 3–0 Newcastle United 5 May 2001 [145]
Robbie Fowler (8)  England Leicester City 1–4 Liverpool 20 October 2001 [146]
Paul KitsonD (2)  England Charlton Athletic 4–4 West Ham United 19 November 2001 [147]
Ruud van Nistelrooy (1)  Netherlands Manchester United 6–1 Southampton 22 December 2001 [148]
Robbie Fowler (9)  England Bolton Wanderers 0–3 Leeds United 26 December 2001 [149]
Ole Gunnar Solskjær (3)  Norway Bolton Wanderers 0–4 Manchester United 29 January 2002 [150]
Jimmy Floyd HasselbainkP (2)  Netherlands Chelsea 4–0 Tottenham Hotspur 13 March 2002 [151]
Fredi Bobic  Germany Bolton Wanderers 4–1 Ipswich Town 6 April 2002 [152]
Michael Owen (6)  England Manchester City 0–3 Liverpool 28 September 2002 [153]
James Beattie  England Southampton 4–2 Fulham 27 October 2002 [154]
Ruud van Nistelrooy (2)  Netherlands Manchester United 5–3 Newcastle United 23 November 2002 [155]
Robbie Keane (1)  Ireland Tottenham Hotspur 4–3 Everton 12 January 2003 [156]
Thierry HenryP (2)  France Arsenal 3–1 West Ham United 19 January 2003 [157]
Ruud van Nistelrooy (3)  Netherlands Manchester United 3–0 Fulham 22 March 2003 [158]
Mark Viduka (2)  Australia Charlton Athletic 1–6 Leeds United 5 April 2003 [159]
Paul Scholes (2)  England Newcastle United 2–6 Manchester United 12 April 2003 [160]
Michael Owen4 (7)  England West Bromwich Albion 0–6 Liverpool 26 April 2003 [161]
Ruud van Nistelrooy (4)  Netherlands Manchester United 4–1 Charlton Athletic 3 May 2003 [162]
Jermaine Pennant  England Arsenal 6–1 Southampton 7 May 2003 [163]
Robert Pires  France
Freddie Ljungberg  Sweden Sunderland 0–4 Arsenal 11 May 2003 [164]
Teddy Sheringham (4)  England Portsmouth 4–0 Bolton Wanderers 26 August 2003 [165]
Nicolas Anelka (2)  France Manchester City 4–1 Aston Villa 14 September 2003 [166]
Ruud van Nistelrooy (5)  Netherlands Leicester City 1–4 Manchester United 27 September 2003 [167]
Kevin Lisbie  Jamaica Charlton Athletic 3–2 Liverpool 28 September 2003 [168]
Steve Watson  England Everton 4–0 Leeds United [169]
Robbie Keane (2)  Ireland Tottenham Hotspur 5–2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 6 December 2003 [170]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbainkdagger (3)  Netherlands Chelsea 5–2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 27 March 2004 [171]
Thierry Henry (3)  France Arsenal 4–2 Liverpool 9 April 2004 [172]
Thierry Henry4 (4)  France Arsenal 5–0 Leeds United 16 April 2004 [173]
Yakubu4 (1)  Nigeria Portsmouth 5–1 Middlesbrough 15 May 2004 [174]
Yakubu (2)  Nigeria Portsmouth 4–3 Fulham 30 August 2004 [175]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (4)  Netherlands Blackburn Rovers 0–4 Middlesbrough 16 October 2004 [176]
Eiður Guðjohnsen  Iceland Chelsea 4–0 Blackburn Rovers 23 October 2004 [177]
Milan Baroš  Czech Republic Liverpool 3–2 Crystal Palace 13 November 2004 [178]
Jermain Defoe (1)  England Tottenham Hotspur 5–1 Southampton 18 December 2004 [179]
Thierry Henry (5)  France Arsenal 3–0 Portsmouth 5 March 2005 [180]
Robert Earnshawdagger  Wales Charlton Athletic 1–4 West Bromwich Albion 19 March 2005 [181]
Thierry Henry (6)  France Arsenal 4–1 Norwich City 2 April 2005 [182]
Marlon Harewood  England West Ham United 4–0 Aston Villa 12 September 2005 [183]
Henri Camara  Senegal Wigan Athletic 3–0 Charlton Athletic 16 December 2005 [184]
Michael Owen (8)  England West Ham United 2–4 Newcastle United 17 December 2005 [185]
Thierry Henry (7)  France Arsenal 7–0 Middlesbrough 14 January 2006 [186]
David Bentley  England Blackburn Rovers 4–3 Manchester United 1 February 2006 [187]
Luke Moore  England Middlesbrough 0–4 Aston Villa 4 February 2006 [188]
Thierry Henry (8)  France Arsenal 4–2 Wigan Athletic 7 May 2006 [189]
Wayne Rooney (1)  England Bolton Wanderers 0–4 Manchester United 28 October 2006 [190]
Didier Drogba (1)  Ivory Coast Chelsea 4–0 Watford 11 November 2006 [191]
Peter CrouchP  England Liverpool 4–1 Arsenal 31 March 2007 [192]
Emmanuel Adebayor (1)  Togo Arsenal 5–0 Derby County 22 September 2007 [193]
Benjani Mwaruwari (1)  Zimbabwe Portsmouth 7–4 Reading 29 September 2007 [194]
YakubuP (3)  Nigeria Everton 3–0 Fulham 8 December 2007 [195]
Roque Santa CruzL  Paraguay Wigan Athletic 5–3 Blackburn Rovers 15 December 2007 [196]
Marcus Bent  England Wigan Athletic 5–3 Blackburn Rovers [197]
Dimitar Berbatov4 (1)  Bulgaria Tottenham Hotspur 6–4 Reading 29 December 2007 [198]
Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal Manchester United 6–0 Newcastle United 12 January 2008 [199]
Benjani Mwaruwari (2)  Zimbabwe Portsmouth 3–1 Derby County 19 January 2008 [200]
John Carew  Norway Aston Villa 4–1 Newcastle United 9 February 2008 [201]
Fernando Torres (1)  Spain Liverpool 3–2 Middlesbrough 23 February 2008 [202]
Mikael ForssellP  Finland Birmingham City 4–1 Tottenham Hotspur 1 March 2008 [203]
Fernando Torres (2)  Spain Liverpool 4–0 West Ham United 5 March 2008 [204]
Frank Lampard4 (1)  England Chelsea 6–1 Derby County 12 March 2008 [205]
Emmanuel Adebayordagger (2)  Togo Derby County 2–6 Arsenal 28 April 2008 [206]
Afonso Alves  Brazil Middlesbrough 8–1 Manchester City 11 May 2008 [207]
Gabriel AgbonlahorP  England Aston Villa 4–2 Manchester City 17 August 2008 [208]
Emmanuel AdebayorP (3)  Togo Blackburn Rovers 0–4 Arsenal 13 September 2008 [209]
Robinho  Brazil Manchester City 3–0 Stoke City 26 October 2008 [210]
Nicolas Anelka (3)  France Chelsea 5–0 Sunderland 1 November 2008 [211]
Steven Gerrard (1)  England Liverpool 5–0 Aston Villa 22 March 2009 [212]
Andrei Arshavin4 D  Russia Liverpool 4–4 Arsenal 21 April 2009 [213]
Jermain Defoe (2)  England Hull City 1–5 Tottenham Hotspur 19 August 2009 [214]
Yossi Benayoun  Israel Liverpool 4–0 Burnley 12 September 2009 [215]
Fernando Torres (3)  Spain Liverpool 6–1 Hull City 26 September 2009 [216]
Robbie Keane4 (3)  Ireland Tottenham Hotspur 5–0 Burnley 26 September 2009 [217]
Aruna Dindane  Ivory Coast Portsmouth 4–0 Wigan Athletic 31 October 2009 [218]
Jermain Defoe5 (3)  England Tottenham Hotspur 9–1 Wigan Athletic 22 November 2009 [219]
Wayne Rooney (2)  England Portsmouth 1–4 Manchester United 28 November 2009 [220]
Carlos Tevez (1)  Argentina Manchester City 4–1 Blackburn Rovers 11 January 2010 [221]
Wayne Rooney4 (3)  England Manchester United 4–0 Hull City 23 January 2010 [222]
Darren Bent  England Sunderland 4–0 Bolton Wanderers 9 March 2010 [223]
Frank Lampard4 (2)  England Chelsea 7–1 Aston Villa 27 March 2010 [224]
Carlos Tevez (2)  Argentina Manchester City 3–0 Wigan Athletic 29 March 2010 [225]
Salomon KalouP  Ivory Coast Chelsea 7–0 Stoke City 25 April 2010 [226]
Didier DrogbaP (2)  Ivory Coast Chelsea 8–0 Wigan Athletic 9 May 2010 [227]
Didier Drogba (3)  Ivory Coast Chelsea 6–0 West Bromwich Albion 14 August 2010 [228]
Theo Walcott (1)  England Arsenal 6–0 Blackpool 21 August 2010 [229]
Andy Carroll (1)  England Newcastle United 6–0 Aston Villa 22 August 2010 [230]
Dimitar Berbatov (2)  Bulgaria Manchester United 3–2 Liverpool 19 September 2010 [231]
Kevin Nolan (1)  England Newcastle United 5–1 Sunderland 31 October 2010 [232]
Dimitar Berbatov5 (3)  Bulgaria Manchester United 7–1 Blackburn Rovers 27 November 2010 [233]
Mario Balotelli  Italy Manchester City 4–0 Aston Villa 28 December 2010 [234]
Leon Best  Ireland Newcastle United 5–0 West Ham United 5 January 2011 [235]
Dimitar Berbatov (4)  Bulgaria Manchester United 5–0 Birmingham City 22 January 2011 [236]
Robin van Persie (1)  Netherlands Arsenal 3–0 Wigan Athletic [237]
Carlos Tevez (3)  Argentina Manchester City 3–0 West Bromwich Albion 5 February 2011 [238]
Louis Saha4 P  France Everton 5–3 Blackpool [239]
Dirk Kuyt  Netherlands Liverpool 3–1 Manchester United 6 March 2011 [240]
Wayne Rooney (4)  England West Ham United 2–4 Manchester United 2 April 2011 [241]
Maxi Rodríguez (1)  Argentina Liverpool 5–0 Birmingham City 23 April 2011 [242]
Maxi Rodríguez (2)  Argentina Fulham 2–5 Liverpool 9 May 2011 [243]
Somen TchoyiD  Cameroon Newcastle United 3–3 West Bromwich Albion 22 May 2011 [244]
Edin Džeko4 P  Bosnia and Herzegovina Tottenham Hotspur 1–5 Manchester City 28 August 2011 [245]
Wayne Rooney (5)  England Manchester United 8–2 Arsenal [246]
Sergio Agüero (1)  Argentina Manchester City 3–0 Wigan Athletic 10 September 2011 [247]
Wayne Rooney (6)  England Bolton Wanderers 0–5 Manchester United [248]
Demba Ba (1)  Senegal Newcastle United 3–1 Blackburn Rovers 23 September 2011 [249]
Frank Lampard (3)  England Bolton Wanderers 1–5 Chelsea 2 October 2011 [250]
Andrew Johnson  England Fulham 6–0 Queens Park Rangers [251]
Robin van Persie (2)  Netherlands Chelsea 3–5 Arsenal 29 October 2011 [252]
Demba BaP (2)  Senegal Stoke City 1–3 Newcastle United 31 October 2011 [253]
Yakubu4 P (4)  Nigeria Blackburn Rovers 4–2 Swansea City 3 December 2011 [254]
Dimitar Berbatov (5)  Bulgaria Manchester United 5–0 Wigan Athletic 26 December 2011 [255]
Clint Dempsey  United States Fulham 5–2 Newcastle United 20 January 2012 [256]
Robin van Persie (3)  Netherlands Arsenal 7–1 Blackburn Rovers 4 February 2012 [257]
Peter Odemwingie  Nigeria Wolverhampton Wanderers 1–5 West Bromwich Albion 12 February 2012 [258]
Pavel PogrebnyakP  Russia Fulham 5–0 Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 March 2012 [259]
Steven Gerrard (2)  England Liverpool 3–0 Everton 13 March 2012 [260]
Carlos Tevez (4)  Argentina Norwich City 1–6 Manchester City 14 April 2012 [261]
Luis Suárez (1)  Uruguay Norwich City 0–3 Liverpool 28 April 2012 [262]
Fernando Torres (4)  Spain Chelsea 6–1 Queens Park Rangers 29 April 2012 [263]
Robin van Persie (4)  Netherlands Southampton 2–3 Manchester United 2 September 2012 [264]
Luis Suárez (2)  Uruguay Norwich City 2–5 Liverpool 29 September 2012 [265]
Jordi GómezP  Spain Wigan Athletic 3–2 Reading 24 November 2012 [266]
Santi Cazorla  Spain Reading 2–5 Arsenal 17 December 2012 [267]
Gareth Bale (1)  Wales Aston Villa 0–4 Tottenham Hotspur 26 December 2012 [268]
Theo Walcott (2)  England Arsenal 7–3 Newcastle United 29 December 2012 [269]
Shinji Kagawa  Japan Manchester United 4–0 Norwich City 2 March 2013 [270]
Luis Suárez (3)  Uruguay Wigan Athletic 0–4 Liverpool [271]
Robin van Persie (5)  Netherlands Manchester United 3–0 Aston Villa 22 April 2013 [272]
Christian Benteke (1)  Belgium Aston Villa 6–1 Sunderland 29 April 2013 [273]
Daniel Sturridge  England Fulham 1–3 Liverpool 12 May 2013 [274]
Kevin NolanP (2)  England West Ham United 4–2 Reading 19 May 2013 [275]
Romelu LukakudaggerD P (1)  Belgium West Bromwich Albion 5–5 Manchester United [276]
Luis Suárez (4)  Uruguay Liverpool 4–1 West Bromwich Albion 26 October 2013 [277]
Luis Suárez4 (5)  Uruguay Liverpool 5–1 Norwich City 4 December 2013 [278]
Adam Johnson  England Fulham 1–4 Sunderland 11 January 2014 [279]
Samuel Eto'o  Cameroon Chelsea 3–1 Manchester United 19 January 2014 [280]
Eden Hazard (1)  Belgium Chelsea 3–0 Newcastle United 8 February 2014 [281]
André Schürrle  Germany Fulham 1–3 Chelsea 1 March 2014 [282]
Yaya Touré  Ivory Coast Manchester City 5–0 Fulham 22 March 2014 [283]
Luis Suárez (6)  Uruguay Cardiff City 3–6 Liverpool [284]
Diego Costa  Spain Chelsea 4–2 Swansea City 13 September 2014 [285]
Sergio Agüero4 (2)  Argentina Manchester City 4–1 Tottenham Hotspur 18 October 2014 [286]
Charlie Austin  England Queens Park Rangers 3–2 West Bromwich Albion 20 December 2014 [287]
Jonathan WaltersP  Ireland Stoke City 3–1 Queens Park Rangers 31 January 2015 [288]
Harry Kane (1)  England Tottenham Hotspur 4–3 Leicester City 21 March 2015 [289]
Christian BentekeD (2)  Belgium Aston Villa 3–3 Queens Park Rangers 7 April 2015 [290]
Yannick Bolasie  DR Congo Sunderland 1–4 Crystal Palace 11 April 2015 [291]
Sergio Agüero (3)  Argentina Manchester City 6–0 Queens Park Rangers 10 May 2015 [292]
Sadio Mané (1)  Senegal Southampton 6–1 Aston Villa 16 May 2015 [293]
Theo Walcott (3)  England Arsenal 4–1 West Bromwich Albion 24 May 2015 [294]
Callum Wilson (1)  England West Ham United 3–4 Bournemouth 22 August 2015 [295]
Steven Naismithdagger P  Scotland Everton 3–1 Chelsea 12 September 2015 [296]
Alexis Sánchez (1)  Chile Leicester City 2–5 Arsenal 26 September 2015 [297]
Sergio Agüero5 (4)  Argentina Manchester City 6–1 Newcastle United 3 October 2015 [298]
Raheem Sterling (1)  England Manchester City 5–1 Bournemouth 17 October 2015 [299]
Georginio Wijnaldum4  Netherlands Newcastle United 6–2 Norwich City 18 October 2015 [300]
Harry Kane (2)  England Bournemouth 1–5 Tottenham Hotspur 25 October 2015 [301]
Arouna Koné  Ivory Coast Everton 6–2 Sunderland 1 November 2015 [302]
Riyad MahrezP (1)  Algeria Swansea City 0–3 Leicester City 5 December 2015 [303]
Jermain Defoe (4)  England Swansea City 2–4 Sunderland 13 January 2016 [304]
Andy CarrollD (2)  England West Ham United 3–3 Arsenal 9 April 2016 [305]
Sergio Agüero (5)  Argentina Chelsea 0–3 Manchester City 16 April 2016 [306]
Sadio Mané (2)  Senegal Southampton 4–2 Manchester City 1 May 2016 [307]
Olivier Giroud  France Arsenal 4–0 Aston Villa 15 May 2016 [308]
Romelu Lukaku (2)  Belgium Sunderland 0–3 Everton 12 September 2016 [309]
Alexis Sánchez (2)  Chile West Ham United 1–5 Arsenal 3 December 2016 [310]
Jamie Vardy (1)  England Leicester City 4–2 Manchester City 10 December 2016 [311]
Salomón Rondón  Venezuela West Bromwich Albion 3–1 Swansea City 14 December 2016 [6]
Andre Gray  England Burnley 4–1 Sunderland 31 December 2016 [312]
Harry Kane (3)  England Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 West Bromwich Albion 14 January 2017 [313]
Romelu Lukaku4 (3)  Belgium Everton 6–3 Bournemouth 4 February 2017 [314]
Harry Kane (4)  England Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 Stoke City 26 February 2017 [315]
Joshua King (1)  Norway Bournemouth 3–2 West Ham United 11 March 2017 [316]
Harry Kane4 (5)  England Leicester City 1–6 Tottenham Hotspur 18 May 2017 [317]
Harry Kane (6)  England Hull City 1–7 Tottenham Hotspur 21 May 2017 [318]
Sergio Agüero (6)  Argentina Watford 0–6 Manchester City 16 September 2017 [319]
Álvaro Morata  Spain Stoke City 0–4 Chelsea 23 September 2017 [320]
Callum Wilson (2)  England Bournemouth 4–0 Huddersfield Town 18 November 2017 [321]
Wayne Rooney (7)  England Everton 4–0 West Ham United 29 November 2017 [322]
Harry Kane (7)  England Burnley 0–3 Tottenham Hotspur 23 December 2017 [323]
Harry Kane (8)  England Tottenham Hotspur 5–2 Southampton 26 December 2017 [324]
Sergio AgüeroP (7)  Argentina Manchester City 3–1 Newcastle United 20 January 2018 [325]
Aaron Ramsey  Wales Arsenal 5–1 Everton 3 February 2018 [326]
Sergio Agüero4 (8)  Argentina Manchester City 5–1 Leicester City 10 February 2018 [327]
Mohamed Salah4 (1)  Egypt Liverpool 5–0 Watford 17 March 2018 [328]
Sergio Agüero (9)  Argentina Manchester City 6–1 Huddersfield Town 19 August 2018 [329]
Eden Hazard (2)  Belgium Chelsea 4–1 Cardiff City 15 September 2018 [330]
Mohamed Salah (2)  Egypt Bournemouth 0–4 Liverpool 8 December 2018 [331]
Roberto Firmino (1)  Brazil Liverpool 5–1 Arsenal 29 December 2018 [332]
Diogo Jota  Portugal Wolverhampton Wanderers 4–3 Leicester City 19 January 2019 [333]
Sergio Agüero (10)  Argentina Manchester City 3–1 Arsenal 3 February 2019 [334]
Sergio Agüero (11)  Argentina Manchester City 6–0 Chelsea 10 February 2019 [335]
Gerard Deulofeu  Spain Cardiff City 1–5 Watford 22 February 2019 [336]
Raheem Sterling (2)  England Manchester City 3–1 Watford 9 March 2019 [337]
Lucas Moura  Brazil Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 Huddersfield Town 13 April 2019 [338]
Ayoze Pérez (1)  Spain Newcastle United 3–1 Southampton 20 April 2019 [339]
Raheem Sterling (3)  England West Ham United 0–5 Manchester City 10 August 2019 [340]
Teemu Pukki  Finland Norwich City 3–1 Newcastle United 17 August 2019 [341]
Tammy Abraham  England Wolverhampton Wanderers 2–5 Chelsea 14 September 2019 [342]
Bernardo Silva  Portugal Manchester City 8–0 Watford 21 September 2019 [343]
Ayoze Pérez (2)  Spain Southampton 0–9 Leicester City 25 October 2019 [344]
Jamie Vardy (2)  England
Christian PulisicP  United States Burnley 2–4 Chelsea 26 October 2019 [345]
Sergio Agüero (12)  Argentina Aston Villa 1–6 Manchester City 12 January 2020 [346]
Anthony Martial  France Manchester United 3–0 Sheffield United 24 June 2020 [347]
Michail Antonio4  England Norwich City 0–4 West Ham United 11 July 2020 [348]
Raheem Sterling (4)  England Brighton & Hove Albion 0–5 Manchester City [349]
Mohamed Salah (3)  Egypt Liverpool 4–3 Leeds United 12 September 2020 [350]
Dominic Calvert-Lewin  England Everton 5–2 West Bromwich Albion 19 September 2020 [351]
Son Heung-min4  South Korea Southampton 2–5 Tottenham Hotspur 20 September 2020 [352]
Jamie Vardy (3)  England Manchester City 2–5 Leicester City 27 September 2020 [353]
Ollie WatkinsP  England Aston Villa 7–2 Liverpool 4 October 2020 [354]
Patrick Bamford  England Aston Villa 0–3 Leeds United 23 October 2020 [355]
Riyad Mahrez (2)  Algeria Manchester City 5–0 Burnley 28 November 2020 [356]
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang  Gabon Arsenal 4–2 Leeds United 14 February 2021 [357]
Kelechi Iheanacho  Nigeria Leicester City 5–0 Sheffield United 14 March 2021 [358]
Chris Wood  New Zealand Wolverhampton Wanderers 0–4 Burnley 25 April 2021 [359]
Gareth Bale (2)  Wales Tottenham Hotspur 4–0 Sheffield United 2 May 2021 [360]
Ferran Torres  Spain Newcastle United 3–4 Manchester City 14 May 2021 [361]
Bruno Fernandes  Portugal Manchester United 5–1 Leeds United 14 August 2021 [362]
Roberto Firmino (2)  Brazil Watford 0–5 Liverpool 16 October 2021 [363]
Mason Mount  England Chelsea 7–0 Norwich City 23 October 2021 [364]
Joshua King (2)  Norway Everton 2–5 Watford [365]
Mohamed Salah (4)  Egypt Manchester United 0–5 Liverpool 24 October 2021 [366]
Jack Harrison  England West Ham United 2–3 Leeds United 16 January 2022 [367]

Multiple hat-tricks

The following table lists the number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored at least two hat-tricks.

Players in bold are still active in the Premier League.

Multiple Premier League hat-tricks by player
Rank Player Hat-tricks Last hat-trick
1 Argentina Sergio Agüero 12 12 January 2020
2 England Alan Shearer 11 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
Egypt Mohamed Salah 24 October 2021
England Teddy Sheringham 26 August 2003
England Raheem Sterling 11 July 2020
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
27 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 Jamie Vardy 27 September 2020
England Theo Walcott 24 May 2015
38 Senegal Demba Ba 2 31 October 2011
Wales Gareth Bale 2 May 2021
Belgium Christian Benteke 7 April 2015
England Andy Carroll 9 April 2016
Brazil Roberto Firmino 16 October 2021
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
Norway Joshua King 23 October 2021
England Paul Kitson 19 November 2001
Algeria Riyad Mahrez 28 November 2020
Senegal Sadio Mané 1 May 2016
Zimbabwe Benjani Mwaruwari 19 January 2008
England Kevin Nolan 19 May 2013
Spain Ayoze Pérez 25 October 2019
England Kevin Phillips 26 December 2000
Italy Fabrizio Ravanelli 5 March 1997
Argentina Maxi Rodríguez 9 May 2011
Chile Alexis Sánchez 3 December 2016
England Paul Scholes 12 April 2003
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 16 January 2022; 15:57 UTC+0
Premier League hat-tricks by nationality
Rank Nation Hat-tricks Last hat-trick
1  England 157 16 January 2022
2  Argentina 18 12 January 2020
 Netherlands 18 October 2015
4  France 17 24 June 2020
5  Spain 12 14 May 2021
6  Norway 10 23 October 2021
7  Nigeria 8 14 March 2021
8  Belgium 7 15 September 2018
 Ivory Coast 1 November 2015
 Scotland 12 September 2015
 Wales 2 May 2021
12  Uruguay 6 22 March 2014
13  Bulgaria 5 26 December 2011
 Brazil 16 October 2021
 Ireland 31 January 2015
 Italy 28 December 2010
 Senegal 1 May 2016
18  Egypt 4 24 October 2021
 Portugal 14 August 2021
 Russia 4 March 2012
 Trinidad and Tobago 25 February 2001
22  Germany 3 1 March 2014
 Togo 13 September 2008
 Zimbabwe 19 January 2008
25  Algeria 2 28 November 2020
 Australia 5 April 2003
 Cameroon 19 January 2014
 Chile 3 December 2016
 Czech Republic 13 November 2004
 Finland 17 August 2019
 Ghana 23 September 1995
 United States 26 October 2019
33  Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 28 August 2011
 Costa Rica 23 August 2000
 DR Congo 11 April 2015
 Gabon 14 February 2021
 Iceland 23 October 2004
 Israel 12 September 2009
 Jamaica 28 September 2003
 Japan 2 March 2013
 New Zealand 25 April 2021
 Paraguay 15 December 2007
 South Korea 20 September 2020
 Sweden 11 May 2003
 Venezuela 14 December 2016
 Yugoslavia 16 December 1995

Notes

a The Premier League, created in 1992, is the top tier of English league football.[368]

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