List of UEFA Champions League hat-tricks

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Messi
Lionel Messi has scored the most hat-tricks (eight) in the UEFA Champions League. He is also the only player to score four or more goals more than once.

Since the inception of the UEFA Champions League in 1992, 89 players from 35 countries have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match on a total of 122 occasions for 45 different clubs in 15 different leagues. The first player to achieve the feat was Juul Ellerman, who scored three times for PSV Eindhoven in a 6–0 victory over FK Vilnius on 16 September 1992.

Twelve players have scored four or more goals in a match; of these, only Lionel Messi has achieved this more than once. Only Messi (8 March 2012) and Luiz Adriano (21 October 2014) have scored five.[1][2] The other ten players to score four goals are Marco van Basten, Simone Inzaghi, Dado Pršo, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Andriy Shevchenko, Bafétimbi Gomis, Mario Gómez, Robert Lewandowski, Zlatan Ibrahimović, and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Messi has scored three or more goals eight times in the Champions League, more than any other player.[3] Cristiano Ronaldo has scored seven hat-tricks, followed by Filippo Inzaghi, Gómez and Luiz Adriano, who have done it on three occasions,[4] while Andy Cole, Michael Owen, Samuel Eto'o, Marco Simone, van Nistelrooy, Roy Makaay, Roberto Soldado, Didier Drogba, Adriano, Shevchenko, Lewandowski, Sergio Agüero, Karim Benzema and Neymar have scored two hat-tricks.[5][6] Ten of the players have each scored hat-tricks for two or more different clubs: Inzaghi (Juventus and Milan), Owen (Liverpool and Manchester United), Eto'o (Barcelona and Inter Milan), Simone (Milan and Monaco), Van Nistelrooy (PSV Eindhoven and Manchester United), Makaay (Deportivo and Bayern Munich), Shevchenko (Dynamo Kyiv and Milan), Drogba (Marseille and Chelsea), Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich) and Neymar (Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain).[6]

Seven players have scored a hat-trick on their debut in the Champions League: Marco van Basten (Milan; he is the only player to score four goals on his debut), Faustino Asprilla (Newcastle United), Yakubu (Maccabi Haifa), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United), Vincenzo Iaquinta (Udinese), Grafite (Wolfsburg) and Yacine Brahimi (Porto).[7]

Five players have scored hat-tricks in two consecutive seasons: Adriano (for Inter Milan in 2004–05 and 2005–06), Gómez (for Bayern Munich in 2010–11 and 2011–12), Soldado (for Valencia in 2011–12 and 2012–13), Cristiano Ronaldo (for Real Madrid in 2012–13 and 2013–14, and in 2015–16 and 2016–17), and Messi (for Barcelona in 2013–14 and 2014–15).

Two players have achieved hat-tricks in back-to-back games. Cristiano Ronaldo did it for Real Madrid against Bayern Munich on 18 April 2017 and Atlético Madrid on 2 May 2017, the shortest gap at just 14 days, and Luiz Adriano did it for Shakhtar Donetsk against BATE Borisov on 21 October and 5 November 2014, a gap of 15 days. The longest spell between two hat-tricks was achieved by Owen, who scored his first hat-trick on 22 October 2002 for Liverpool and his second over seven years later on 8 December 2009 for Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player to score more than two hat-tricks in the same season, having scored three goals for Real Madrid on 15 September 2015, four on 8 December 2015, and another three on 12 April 2016. Two other players have scored hat-tricks in the same season: Messi scored two for Barcelona, the first on 1 November 2011 and the second on 7 March 2012,[8] and Gómez scored a hat-trick for Bayern Munich on 2 November 2011 and another four goals on 13 March 2012.[9]

Bafétimbi Gomis holds the record for the quickest Champions League hat-trick,[10] netting three times for French team Olympique Lyonnais against Croatian team Dinamo Zagreb in 7 minutes on 7 December 2011.[11] The record was previously held for 16 years by Mike Newell, who scored a perfect hat-trick for English team Blackburn Rovers against Norwegian team Rosenborg on 6 December 1995 in 9 minutes.[12]

The youngest scorer of a Champions League hat-trick was Raúl, who scored a hat-trick for Real Madrid against Ferencváros aged 18 years and 114 days.[13] Wayne Rooney also scored a Champions League hat-trick, aged 18 years and 114 days, when he scored on his Manchester United debut against Fenerbahçe.[14] The oldest scorer of a hat-trick in the UEFA Champions League is Claudio Pizarro, who was 34 years and 34 days old when he scored three times against Lille on 7 November 2012.[15]

The 2016–17 season holds the record for the most hat-tricks in a season, with nine.

Hat-tricks[edit]

Van Basten
Marco van Basten was the first to score four in a Champions League game.
Raúl
Raúl scored a hat-trick aged just 18.
Shevchenko
Andriy Shevchenko scored hat-tricks for two teams, both in 4–0 victories.
Owen
Michael Owen scored hat-tricks eight years apart for rivals Liverpool and Manchester United.
Inzaghi
Filippo Inzaghi was the first player to score three hat-tricks.
Gomez
Mario Gómez also scored three hat-tricks, all for Bayern Munich.
Gomis
Bafétimbi Gomis scored the quickest Champions League hat-trick.
Luiz Adriano
Luiz Adriano was the first to score back-to-back hat-tricks.
Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player to score three hat-tricks in a single season and the only player to score two consecutive hat-tricks in the knockout stage.

As of 7 November 2018[16]

Key
4 Player scored four goals
5 Player scored five goals
Player's team lost the match
Player's team drew the match
() Number of times player scored a hat-trick (only for players with multiple hat-tricks)
Player For Against Result Date Ref
Netherlands Juul Ellerman Netherlands PSV Eindhoven Lithuania FK Žalgiris Vilnius 6–0 16 September 1992 [17]
Brazil Romário Netherlands PSV Eindhoven Greece AEK Athens 3–0 4 November 1992 [18]
Netherlands Marco van Basten4 Italy Milan Sweden IFK Göteborg 4–0 25 November 1992 [19]
France Franck Sauzée France Marseille Russia CSKA Moscow 6–0 17 March 1993 [20]
Russia Sergey Rodionov Russia Spartak Moscow Latvia Skonto 5–0 15 September 1993 [21]
Germany Bernd Hobsch Germany Werder Bremen Belarus Dinamo Minsk 5–2 16 September 1993 [22]
Belgium Luc Nilis Belgium Anderlecht Finland HJK Helsinki 3–0 29 September 1993 [23]
Finland Jari Litmanen Netherlands Ajax Hungary Ferencváros 5–1 27 September 1995 [24]
Spain Raúl Spain Real Madrid Hungary Ferencváros 6–1 18 October 1995 [25]
England Mike Newell England Blackburn Rovers Norway Rosenborg 4–1 6 December 1995 [26]
Italy Marco Simone Italy Milan Norway Rosenborg 4–1 25 September 1996 [27]
Colombia Faustino Asprilla England Newcastle United Spain Barcelona 3–2 17 September 1997 [28]
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko (1) Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv Spain Barcelona 4–0 5 November 1997 [29]
England Andy Cole (1) England Manchester United Netherlands Feyenoord 3–1 5 November 1997 [30]
Italy Filippo Inzaghi (1) Italy Juventus Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv 4–1 18 March 1998 [31]
Italy Alessandro Del Piero Italy Juventus France Monaco 4–1 1 April 1998 [32]
Norway Sigurd Rushfeldt Norway Rosenborg Turkey Galatasaray 3–0 21 October 1998 [33]
Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy (1) Netherlands PSV Eindhoven Finland HJK Helsinki 3–1 25 November 1998 [34]
Germany Uwe Rösler Germany Kaiserslautern Finland HJK Helsinki 5–2 9 December 1998 [35]
Russia Andrei Tikhonov Russia Spartak Moscow Netherlands Willem II 3–1 15 September 1999 [36]
Italy Simone Inzaghi4 Italy Lazio France Marseille 5–1 14 March 2000 [37]
Spain Gerard López Spain Valencia Italy Lazio 5–2 5 April 2000 [38]
England Andy Cole (2) England Manchester United Belgium Anderlecht 5–1 13 September 2000 [39]
Italy Filippo Inzaghi (2) Italy Juventus Germany Hamburg 4–4 13 September 2000 [40]
Norway Frode Johnsen Norway Rosenborg Sweden Helsingborg 6–1 26 August 2000 [41]
Italy Marco Simone (1) France Monaco Austria Sturm Graz 5–0 27 September 2000 [42]
Brazil Rivaldo Spain Barcelona Italy Milan 3–3 18 October 2000 [43]
Argentina Claudio López Italy Lazio Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 5–1 25 October 2000 [44]
Uruguay Walter Pandiani Spain Deportivo La Coruña France Paris Saint-Germain 4–3 7 March 2001 [45]
Serbia Predrag Đorđević Greece Olympiacos Germany Bayer Leverkusen 6–2 18 September 2002 [46]
Netherlands Roy Makaay (1) Spain Deportivo La Coruña Germany Bayern Munich 3–2 18 September 2002 [47]
Italy Filippo Inzaghi (3) Italy Milan Spain Deportivo La Coruña 4–0 24 September 2002 [48]
Nigeria Yakubu Israel Maccabi Haifa Greece Olympiacos 3–0 24 September 2002 [49]
England Michael Owen (1) England Liverpool Russia Spartak Moscow 3–1 22 October 2002 [50]
France Thierry Henry England Arsenal Italy Roma 3–1 27 November 2002 [51]
England Alan Shearer England Newcastle United Germany Bayer Leverkusen 3–1 26 February 2003 [52]
Brazil Ronaldo Spain Real Madrid England Manchester United 3–4 23 April 2003 [53]
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba (1) France Marseille Serbia Partizan 3–0 1 October 2003 [54]
Croatia Dado Pršo4 France Monaco Spain Deportivo La Coruña 8–3 5 November 2003 [55]
Netherlands Roy Makaay (2) Germany Bayern Munich Netherlands Ajax 4–0 28 September 2004 [56]
England Wayne Rooney England Manchester United Turkey Fenerbahçe 6–2 28 September 2004 [57]
Croatia Ivan Klasnić Germany Werder Bremen Belgium Anderlecht 5–1 2 November 2004 [58]
Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy (2)4 England Manchester United Czech Republic Sparta Prague 4–1 3 November 2004 [59]
Russia Sergei Semak Russia CSKA Moscow France Paris Saint-Germain 3–1 7 December 2004 [60]
Turkey Tuncay Şanlı Turkey Fenerbahçe England Manchester United 3–0 8 December 2004 [61]
France Sylvain Wiltord France Lyon Germany Werder Bremen 7–2 8 March 2005 [62]
Brazil Adriano (1) Italy Inter Milan Portugal Porto 3–1 15 March 2005 [63]
Italy Vincenzo Iaquinta Italy Udinese Greece Panathinaikos 3–0 14 September 2005 [64]
Brazil Ronaldinho Spain Barcelona Italy Udinese 4–1 27 September 2005 [65]
Cameroon Samuel Eto'o (1) Spain Barcelona Greece Panathinaikos 5–0 2 November 2005 [66]
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko (2)4 Italy Milan Turkey Fenerbahçe 4–0 23 November 2005 [67]
Brazil Adriano (2) Italy Inter Milan Slovakia Artmedia Bratislava 4–0 23 November 2005 [68]
Georgia (country) Levan Kobiashvili Germany Schalke 04 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 3–0 23 November 2005 [69]
Spain Fernando Morientes Spain Valencia Greece Olympiacos 4–2 12 September 2006 [70]
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba (2) England Chelsea Bulgaria Levski Sofia 3–1 27 September 2006 [71]
Brazil Kaká Italy Milan Belgium Anderlecht 4–1 1 November 2006 [72]
Israel Yossi Benayoun England Liverpool Turkey Beşiktaş 8–0 6 November 2007 [73]
Spain Joseba Llorente Spain Villarreal Denmark AaB 6–3 21 October 2008 [74]
Brazil Jádson Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk Switzerland Basel 5–0 26 November 2008 [75]
Brazil Grafite Germany Wolfsburg Russia CSKA Moscow 3–1 15 September 2009 [76]
England Michael Owen (2) England Manchester United Germany Wolfsburg 3–1 8 December 2009 [77]
Denmark Nicklas Bendtner England Arsenal Portugal Porto 5–0 9 March 2010 [78]
Argentina Lionel Messi (1)4 Spain Barcelona England Arsenal 4–1 6 April 2010 [79]
Croatia Ivica Olić Germany Bayern Munich France Lyon 3–0 27 April 2010 [80]
Cameroon Samuel Eto'o (2) Italy Inter Milan Germany Werder Bremen 4–0 29 September 2010 [81]
Wales Gareth Bale England Tottenham Hotspur Italy Inter Milan 3–4 20 October 2010 [82]
France André-Pierre Gignac France Marseille Slovakia MŠK Žilina 7–0 3 November 2010 [83]
Germany Mario Gómez (1) Germany Bayern Munich Romania CFR Cluj 4–0 3 November 2010 [84]
France Karim Benzema (1) Spain Real Madrid France Auxerre 4–0 8 December 2010 [85]
Argentina Lionel Messi (2) Spain Barcelona Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň 4–0 1 November 2011 [86]
Germany Mario Gómez (2) Germany Bayern Munich Italy Napoli 3–2 2 November 2011 [87]
Spain Roberto Soldado (1) Spain Valencia Belgium Genk 7–0 23 November 2011 [88]
France Bafétimbi Gomis4 France Lyon Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 7–1 7 December 2011 [89]
Argentina Lionel Messi (3)5 Spain Barcelona Germany Bayer Leverkusen 7–1 7 March 2012 [90]
Germany Mario Gómez (3)4 Germany Bayern Munich Switzerland Basel 7–0 13 March 2012 [91]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (1) Spain Real Madrid Netherlands Ajax 4–1 3 October 2012 [92]
Spain Roberto Soldado (2) Spain Valencia Belarus BATE Borisov 3–0 23 October 2012 [93]
Peru Claudio Pizarro Germany Bayern Munich France Lille 6–1 7 November 2012 [94]
Turkey Burak Yılmaz Turkey Galatasaray Romania CFR Cluj 3–1 7 November 2012 [95]
Portugal Rui Pedro Romania CFR Cluj Portugal Braga 3–1 20 November 2012 [96]
Brazil Luiz Adriano (1) Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk Denmark Nordsjælland 5–2 20 November 2012 [97]
Poland Robert Lewandowski (1)4 Germany Borussia Dortmund Spain Real Madrid 4–1 24 April 2013 [98]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (2) Spain Real Madrid Turkey Galatasaray 6–1 17 September 2013 [99]
Argentina Lionel Messi (4) Spain Barcelona Netherlands Ajax 4–0 18 September 2013 [100]
Greece Kostas Mitroglou Greece Olympiacos Belgium Anderlecht 3–0 2 October 2013 [101]
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović4 France Paris Saint-Germain Belgium Anderlecht 5–0 23 October 2013 [102]
Spain Álvaro Negredo England Manchester City Russia CSKA Moscow 5–2 5 November 2013 [103]
Chile Arturo Vidal Italy Juventus Denmark Copenhagen 3–1 27 November 2013 [104]
Brazil Neymar (1) Spain Barcelona Scotland Celtic 6–1 11 December 2013 [105]
Netherlands Robin van Persie England Manchester United Greece Olympiacos 3–0 19 March 2014 [106]
Algeria Yacine Brahimi Portugal Porto Belarus BATE Borisov 6–0 17 September 2014 [107]
England Danny Welbeck England Arsenal Turkey Galatasaray 4–1 1 October 2014 [108]
Brazil Luiz Adriano (2)5 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk Belarus BATE Borisov 7–0 21 October 2014 [109]
Brazil Luiz Adriano (3) Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk Belarus BATE Borisov 5–0 5 November 2014 [110]
Argentina Lionel Messi (5) Spain Barcelona Cyprus APOEL 4–0 25 November 2014 [111]
Argentina Sergio Agüero (1) England Manchester City Germany Bayern Munich 3–2 25 November 2014 [112]
Croatia Mario Mandžukić Spain Atlético Madrid Greece Olympiacos 4–0 26 November 2014 [113]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (3) Spain Real Madrid Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 4–0 15 September 2015 [114]
Poland Robert Lewandowski (2) Germany Bayern Munich Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 5–0 29 September 2015 [115]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (4)4 Spain Real Madrid Sweden Malmö FF 8–0 8 December 2015 [116]
France Karim Benzema (2) Spain Real Madrid Sweden Malmö FF 8–0 8 December 2015 [117]
France Olivier Giroud England Arsenal Greece Olympiacos 3–0 9 December 2015 [118]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (5) Spain Real Madrid Germany Wolfsburg 3–0 12 April 2016 [119]
Argentina Lionel Messi (6) Spain Barcelona Scotland Celtic 7–0 13 September 2016 [120]
Argentina Sergio Agüero (2) England Manchester City Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 4–0 14 September 2016 [121]
Argentina Lionel Messi (7) Spain Barcelona England Manchester City 4–0 19 October 2016 [122]
Germany Mesut Özil England Arsenal Bulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad 6–0 19 October 2016 [123]
Spain Lucas Pérez England Arsenal Switzerland Basel 4–1 6 December 2016 [124]
Turkey Arda Turan Spain Barcelona Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 4–0 6 December 2016 [125]
Gabon Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Germany Borussia Dortmund Portugal Benfica 4–0 8 March 2017 [126]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (6) Spain Real Madrid Germany Bayern Munich 4–2 18 April 2017 [127]
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (7) Spain Real Madrid Spain Atlético Madrid 3–0 2 May 2017 [128]
England Harry Kane England Tottenham Hotspur Cyprus APOEL 3–0 26 September 2017 [129]
France Wissam Ben Yedder Spain Sevilla Slovenia Maribor 3–0 26 September 2017 [130]
France Layvin Kurzawa France Paris Saint-Germain Belgium Anderlecht 5–0 31 October 2017 [131]
Brazil Philippe Coutinho England Liverpool Russia Spartak Moscow 7–0 6 December 2017 [132]
Senegal Sadio Mané England Liverpool Portugal Porto 5–0 14 February 2018 [133]
Argentina Lionel Messi (8) Spain Barcelona Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 4–0 18 September 2018 [134]
Argentina Paulo Dybala Italy Juventus Switzerland Young Boys 3–0 2 October 2018 [135]
Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko Italy Roma Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň 5–0 2 October 2018 [136]
Brazil Neymar (2) France Paris Saint-Germain Serbia Red Star Belgrade 6–1 3 October 2018 [137]
Brazil Gabriel Jesus England Manchester City Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk 6–0 7 November 2018 [138]

Multiple hat-tricks[edit]

The following table lists the number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored two or more hat-tricks. Boldface indicates a player who is currently active.

Rank Player Hat-tricks
1 Argentina Lionel Messi 8
2 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 7
3 Germany Mario Gómez 3
Italy Filippo Inzaghi
Brazil Luiz Adriano
6 Brazil Adriano 2
Argentina Sergio Agüero
France Karim Benzema
England Andy Cole
Ivory Coast Didier Drogba
Cameroon Samuel Eto'o
Poland Robert Lewandowski
Netherlands Roy Makaay
Brazil Neymar
Netherlands Ruud van Nistelrooy
England Michael Owen
Ukraine Andriy Shevchenko
Italy Marco Simone
Spain Roberto Soldado

See also[edit]

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