F365s Top Ten Premier League Hat-Tricks

After Eden Hazard's treble at the weekend for Chelsea, it's time for you to put on your reminiscing hats as we count down the greatest hat-tricks in the Premier League era...

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Wash_Ngog says...

I'm not a fan of either team ,plus I'm also not sure whether it was in the league or cup but I do remember a blinding hat-trick by Ronnie Rosenthal for Spurs against Southampton. 3 ridiculous goals. ......

Posted 9:00am 15th February 2014

vincenzerama (Charlton Athletic) says...

Clearly some error has occurred and Kevin Lisbie's hat-trick for Charlton against Liverpool has been omitted purely on the basis of how unlikely it was.

Posted 4:47pm 13th February 2014

ynwa hill16 (Liverpool) says...

Suarez full hat trick was better. he scored 4 and everyone one was a peach. Bergkamps second was deflected in off the keeper. the 3rd goal is one of the best goals you'll ever see. But overall Suarez' was better.

Posted 3:50pm 13th February 2014

sellars (Nottingham Forest) says...

As a Forest fan thank God you didn't include Solskjaer's four goals in 12 minutes from the subs bench!

Posted 1:52pm 13th February 2014

solskjaer99 (Manchester United) says...

What about Solskjær's 4 in 17 minutes v. Forest? United at their devastating best, relentlessly pushing on for more goals even though the game was well won.

Posted 11:40am 13th February 2014

deepcdiver (Chelsea) says...

Iwas there when Kanu got that Hattrick at SB. Truly horrible. One of only two times that I left a game in disgust. The other being when Steve Guppy curled one round Ed De Geoy to give Leicester a 2-2 draw at the bridge, ironically I think it was the same season.

Posted 4:21pm 12th February 2014

oliver79 (Liverpool) says...

Suarez' first hat-trick against Norwich wasn't too shabby either. Should have been included for the half way line goal alone. Even ignoring the other two fine goals.

Posted 10:17am 12th February 2014

JacobBurns (Leeds United) says...

Mark Viduka versus Liverpool. Those were the days indeed. Leeds should have been buried inside half an hour, but somehow Liverpool failed to kill them off. Leeds were effectively playing with nine men cos we had Jacob Burns and Danny Hay in the team, with Hay coming on as a sub for perma-crock Woodgate. If I recall correctly, Danny Hay only played four times for Leeds and three of those were against Liverpool, Man United and Barcelona.

Posted 10:12am 12th February 2014

omnifish (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

I remember watching that Arsenal vs Leicester game while on holiday in Matlock, as a 14 year old kid a year before the Holland-Argentina game at France 98. I hate Arsenal, but you've you've had some damm orgasmic players in your time...I still hate you all for that btw ;)

Posted 12:26am 12th February 2014

neegus (Arsenal) says...

Wright,Bergkamp,Henry,Giroud...spot the odd one out.

Posted 9:11pm 11th February 2014

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