Players With Hat-Tricks Scored In Two Or More Of The Top 5 Leagues

Players With Hat-Tricks Scored In Two Or More Of The Top 5 Leagues
Players With Hat-Tricks Scored In Two Or More Of The Top 5 Leagues

Here are the players with hat-tricks scored in two or more of the top 5 leagues

Which player has scored most hat-tricks in two or more of the top 5 leagues? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the players with hat-tricks scored in two or more of the top 5 leagues.

Hat-Tricks Scored (HT – Hat-trick/DL – Different Leagues)

  1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 7 HT 4 DL
  2. Cristiano Ronaldo – 37 HT 3DL
  3. Emmanuel Adebayor – 5 HT 3 DL
  4. Alexis Sanchez – 4 HT 3 DL
  5. Salomon Kalou – 4 HT 3 DL
  6. Luis Suarez – 16 HT 3 DL
  7. Sergio Aguero – 13 HT 2 DL
  8. Edinson Cavani – 12 HT 2 DL
  9. Thierry Henry – 10 HT 2 DL
  10. Zlatan Ibrahimovic – 9 HT 2 DL

Aubemeyang recently scored his first hat-trick in La Liga, that said, he did score his first goal for Barcelona in a match against Valencia. He is indeed one of the most underrated players in football history.

Cristiano Ronaldo in this list is on a whole different level. He has played in three different leagues and has scored 37 hat-tricks in his club career till now.

Speaking of Ronaldo, the Portuguese icon made his first Premier League outing against Leeds since October 18, 2003 – 18 years and 125 days ago.

No player in the competition’s history has waited longer to make his next appearance against a specific club. It’s proof of Ronaldo’s incredible longevity at the top.

Manchester Untied

“This is really a little bit weird.

“In the end, this is a question of training time, but is also a question of deliveries. We have players who should be technically able to deliver the balls in the right way.

“We still need to improve in those areas [and] be more dangerous and effective from set-pieces.

“It’s a question of training but it’s also a question of quality of deliveries – even more so when it’s free-kicks from the side or corner kicks.”