After Heung-min Son nets stunning hat-trick against Leicester, here is every Premier League club’s last player to bag a treble from Cristiano Ronaldo to Erling Haaland

    Heung-min Son scored a hat-trick for Tottenham off the bench as Spurs thrashed Leicester City 6-2 over the weekend. 

    The Tottenham star was dropped by Antonio Conte and responded by slamming home three goals in 13 minutes.

    Son showed that he is back to his best with a stunning display against Leicester

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    Son showed that he is back to his best with a stunning display against Leicester

    He hasn’t been at his best but he joined Erling Haaland and Ivan Toney in being one of only three players to net three times in a single match this season.

    But who was the last player to take the match ball home for your club in a Premier League or First Division game? talkSPORT.com has taken a look…


    Arsenal

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (vs Leeds) – February 2021

    Aston Villa

    Ollie Watkins (vs Liverpool) – October 2020

    Bournemouth

    Callum Wilson (vs Huddersfield) – November 2017

    Watkins left with the match ball after Villa’s historic 7-2 win over Liverpool

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    Watkins left with the match ball after Villa’s historic 7-2 win over Liverpool

    Brentford

    Ivan Toney (vs Leeds) – September 2022

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Gordon Smith (vs Coventry City) – October 1980

    Chelsea

    Mason Mount (vs Norwich) – October 2021

    Mount couldn’t resist holding up three fingers after his Norwich treble

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    Mount couldn’t resist holding up three fingers after his Norwich treble

    Crystal Palace

    Yannick Bolasie (vs Sunderland) – April 2015

    Everton

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin (vs West Brom) – September 2020

    Fulham

    Pavel Pogrebnyak (vs Wolves) – March 2012

    Salah became the first away player to get a hat-trick at Old Trafford since Brazilian Ronaldo in 2003

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    Salah became the first away player to get a hat-trick at Old Trafford since Brazilian Ronaldo in 2003

    Leeds United

    Jack Harrison (vs West Ham) – January 2022

    Leicester City

    Kelechi Iheanacho (vs Sheffield United) – March 2021

    Liverpool

    Mohamed Salah (vs Manchester United) – October 2021

    Haaland scored two hat-trick’s in a week against Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest

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    Haaland scored two hat-trick’s in a week against Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest

    Manchester City

    Erling Haaland (vs Nottingham Forest) – August 2022

    Manchester United

    Cristiano Ronaldo (vs Tottenham) – March 2022

    Newcastle United

    Ayoze Perez (vs Southampton) – April 2019

    Nottingham Forest

    Kevin Campbell (vs Coventry City) – August 1996

    Ronaldo has over 800 career goals, more than anyone else in history

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    Ronaldo has over 800 career goals, more than anyone else in history

    Southampton

    Sadio Mane (vs Manchester City) – May 2016

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Heung-min Son (vs Leicester City) – September 2022

    West Ham

    Andy Carroll (vs Arsenal) – April 2016

    Wolves

    Diogo Jota (vs Leicester City) – January 2019

    Son became the first Spurs player to go home with the match ball since Bale

    Son became the first Spurs player to go home with the match ball since Bale

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