Robert Pires Remembered for His Arsenal Hat-Trick

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One thing a footballer looks forward is to score a hat-trick. It is considered as the ultimate for any professional footballer. The Premier League, throughout its long and action-packed history, has seen some of the outstanding trebles. The ongoing season has seen eight different footballers take home the ball of the match so far. But which are the clubs that have the most number of hat-trick scorers in the entire history of the Championship? Let’s find out.

  • Arsenal

Does any of the clubs have a greater history of scoring hat-tricks in the Premier League than Arsenal? The answer is certainly no. Arsenal is just another club, besides Leicester City, to have two footballers scoring hat-tricks in the same match. Robert Pires and Jermaine Pennant will remain in the heart of the Gunners fans for scoring trebles in a 6-0 win over Southampton played in the year 2003.

  • Liverpool

No club has ever managed to score more hat-tricks in the Premier League than Liverpool. They have a total of 39 PL hat-tricks and it is the jointly made most for any side in the division’s history. Amongst the greatest hat-tricks by top-flights of the clubs include Robbie Fowler and Salvo from Merseyside led by Steven Gerrard. At the same time, Luis Suarez became the first footballer to score 3 hat-tricks in the Premier League against the same opponent team.

  • Manchester United

Manchester United is another club to have scored hat-tricks in the Premier League. They have 33 hat-tricks in their name and only two of the giant’s clubs have been able to cross them over in this record. Man U owes some of the most memorable and incredible moments in the division’s history for showing individual brilliant displays.

  • Chelsea

Chelsea sits at the same level with City Manchester City with 26 trebles in Premier League. Their most recent top-flight treble was made by Christian Pulisic. He pulled off the perfect hat-trick that helped him to open his account for the side against Burnley earlier in the ongoing season.

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