Last Sunday, Salah scored a hat trick in Liverpool's 5-0 thrashing of Manchester United at Old Trafford. Salah is the first African player to score a hattrick at Old Trafford and has the most goals in the Premier League as an African player. Salah is the first player in Liverpool history to score in ten consecutive games, as well as the first player to score in five consecutive away games since 1902.
2: Mason Mount of Chelsea
Last weekend, Mason Mount scored his first hat trick for Chelsea in the Premier League, as the Blues thrashed Norwich City 7-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Watford thrashed Everton 5-2 at Goodison Park, with Josh King scoring his first Premier League hat trick this season against his previous team.
4: Roberto Firmino of Liverpool
When Liverpool beat Watford 5-0 at home in match week 8, Roberto Firmino scored his hat trick to seal all three points.
5: Bruno Fernandes of Manchester United
When Manchester United thrashed Leeds United 5-1 at Old Trafford in Matchweek 1, Bruno Fernandes scored his first Premier League hat trick.
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