Top 10 Players With Fastest Hat-trick Record In UCL History

Top 10 Players With Fastest Hattrick Record In UCL History
Top 10 Players With Fastest Hattrick Record In UCL History

Here are the top 10 players with fastest hattrick record in UEFA Champions League

Which player scored the fastest hattrick in UEFA Champions League? 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 top 10 players with fastest hattrick record in UEFA Champions League history.

Fastest Hattrick Record

  1. Bafétimbi Gomis – 7 minutes
  2. Mike Newell – 9 minutes
  3. Raheem Sterling – 11 minutes
  4. Robert Lewandowski – 11 minutes
  5. Robert Lewandowski – 11 minutes
  6. Cristiano Ronaldo – 11 minutes
  7. Luiz Adriano – 12 minutes
  8. Neymar – 14 minutes
  9. Marco Llorente – 15 minutes
  10. David Pizarro – 15 minutes

Robert Lewandowski recently scored a hattrick in just 11 minutes into the game against RB Salzburg. He did the same thing in the same time in 2019/20 season.

But seasons before the rise of the Polish legend, Cristiano Ronaldo was the one who achieved this “11-minute hattrick” record in 2015/16 season.

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Talking about the football world, Barcelona’s president Joan Laporte has insisted that he felt bad by letting Lionel Messi leave the club but made the right decision afterall.

“It was painful. If I take stock, it is the saddest decision of all and I would never have wanted to make it,” he told Barca TV.

“But I am not sorry either because I wanted to put the institution ahead of everything, even ahead of coaches and the best player in history.

“And we had to do it. Because the situation we inherited is what it was. And due to a lot of will and intentionality we had, we came across a reality.

“It might seem that there was nothing afterwards, but those of us who love Barça know that history continues and with work and well-thought-out decisions, we can continue on the path of success.”

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No one had ever imagined that a loyal player like Messi would be forced to leave Camp Nou like this. Let us tell you that he was one of 11 departures in the summer window.

“It was not easy. We had an oversized squad in many ways. The sports payroll was the highest in the world with figures that were not sustainable,” he added.

“We are building a stage that I hope will be splendid and we are doing it with people from home who already have a present and a better future.

“The ambition is this: to make a team that lasts for many years, that plays very well, scores many goals and wins many titles , and that the people are happy.

“Seeing Pedri, Ansu and all of them with players with some experience but also youngsters who haven’t made it at home but have also come a long way makes us hopeful.”