A masterclass by midfielder Seydou Keita helped FC Barcelona to a 6-1 victory over Real Zaragoza at the Camp Nou, back in 2009. The Malian scored two goals before half-time, and rounded the game off by netting four minutes before the final whistle. It was Keita's first career hat-trick.
Undisputed superstar and crowd favourite Mehmet Scholl entertained the FC Bayern Munich fans for a full decade-and-a-half. He made 469 competitive appearances and scored 117 goals. We remember one of his best games, when he scored three goals against Munich rivals TSV 1860 in February 2003. Bayern won the derby at Olympiastadion 5-0.
In his nine seasons as a Real Madrid player, Cristiano Ronaldo secured a number of impressive records. Ronaldo is our all-time leading goalscorer, the leading marksmen in European Cup history and the all-time leading madridista goalscorer in LaLiga. Ronaldo also boasts the LaLiga record of scoring three or more goals on 34 occasions. Here's one of them against Celta De Vigo.
A masterclass from Thierry Henry helped FC Barcelona to a 4-0 win over Valencia at the Camp Nou back in 2004. The Frenchman, who scored 49 goals and contributed to 27 assists during his time as a Barça player, netted twice in the first half, before completing his hat-trick 10 minutes before the final whistle.
Stoke City visited Stevenage in the Carabao Cup in 2016, with Peter Crouch ensuring the Potters avoided an upset. This treble, capped off by a wonderful bicycle kick, rounded off the night nicely and secured progression for the Potters.
Back in January 1999, Inter played an incredibly entertaining game against Venezia. The Nerazzurri managed to win 6-2, with a hat-trick from Ivan Zamorano. The Chilean was assisted by Ronaldo and Roberto Baggio.
Lionel Messi netted his 30th Barça hat-trick as the Catalan giants hit four past Deportivo back in 2015. The Argentinian scored with his head, dinked the ball over Fabricio and fired into the bottom corner as FC Barcelona ran riot at the Municipal de Riazor.
Magical Leo Messi netted two goals and a spot-kick as FC Barcelona put five goals past Levante at Camp Nou back in 2015. The Argentinan struck twice before converting a penalty midway through the second half.