Manchester City striker Erling Haaland netted a hat-trick against Manchester United in a one-sided derby game at the Emirates on Sunday.
The hat-trick broke some Premier League records, created a new one, and closed the gap between Manchester City and the league leaders, Arsenal.
The 22-year-old Norwegian, after the hat-trick, became the first player to score one in three successive games in Premier League home games.
Also, he became the quickest player to score three Premier League hat-tricks. It took him only eight goals to achieve the feat, while the former record holder, Micheal Owen, played forty-eight games to do the same.
Phil Foden, City’s youngster also netted a hat-trick to kill off the game for the Etihad side.