Liverpool's Natasha Harding is our star performer for her hat-trick against Sunderland in the best goals and highlights from week four of the Women's Super League.

A hat-trick or hat trick in sports is the achievement of a positive feat three times in a game, or another achievement based on the number three in some sports.

The term first appeared in 1858 in cricket , to describe H. H. Stephenson 's taking three wickets with three consecutive deliveries . Fans held a collection for Stephenson, and presented him with a hat bought with the proceeds. [1] The term was used in print for the first time in 1865. [2] The term was eventually adopted by many other sports including hockey , association football , water polo and team handball .

A hat-trick occurs in association football when a player scores three goals (not necessarily consecutive) in a single game, whereas scoring two goals constitutes a brace . [3] [4] In common with other official record-keeping rules, goals in a penalty shootout are excluded from the tally. [5] The extra time in a knockout cup match may also be calculated towards a player's potential hat-trick. The fastest recorded time to score a hat-trick is 70 seconds, a record set by Alex Torr in a Sunday league game in 2013. [6] The previous record of 90 seconds was held by Tommy Ross playing for Ross County against Nairn County on 28 November 1964. [7]

Antonio Brown makes a ludicrous 'helmet catch' to complete a hat-trick of touchdowns as the Pittsburgh Steelers team beat the Tennessee Titans 40-19.

Kane opened the scoring from the penalty spot on six minutes after Dele Alli, who was lucky to avoid a red card for a wild early challenge on Charlie Taylor, went down in the box.

Spurs dominated from that moment on and should have been further ahead by the time Kane netted two second-half goals to take his tally of goals for club and country in 2017 to 53 goals.

The result ends a run of five games without an away win for Spurs, who also move above Arsenal and to within one point of Liverpool in fourth.

Liverpool's Natasha Harding is our star performer for her hat-trick against Sunderland in the best goals and highlights from week four of the Women's Super League.

Liverpool's Natasha Harding is our star performer for her hat-trick against Sunderland in the best goals and highlights from week four of the Women's Super League.

A hat-trick or hat trick in sports is the achievement of a positive feat three times in a game, or another achievement based on the number three in some sports.

The term first appeared in 1858 in cricket , to describe H. H. Stephenson 's taking three wickets with three consecutive deliveries . Fans held a collection for Stephenson, and presented him with a hat bought with the proceeds. [1] The term was used in print for the first time in 1865. [2] The term was eventually adopted by many other sports including hockey , association football , water polo and team handball .

A hat-trick occurs in association football when a player scores three goals (not necessarily consecutive) in a single game, whereas scoring two goals constitutes a brace . [3] [4] In common with other official record-keeping rules, goals in a penalty shootout are excluded from the tally. [5] The extra time in a knockout cup match may also be calculated towards a player's potential hat-trick. The fastest recorded time to score a hat-trick is 70 seconds, a record set by Alex Torr in a Sunday league game in 2013. [6] The previous record of 90 seconds was held by Tommy Ross playing for Ross County against Nairn County on 28 November 1964. [7]

Antonio Brown makes a ludicrous 'helmet catch' to complete a hat-trick of touchdowns as the Pittsburgh Steelers team beat the Tennessee Titans 40-19.

Liverpool's Natasha Harding is our star performer for her hat-trick against Sunderland in the best goals and highlights from week four of the Women's Super League.

A hat-trick or hat trick in sports is the achievement of a positive feat three times in a game, or another achievement based on the number three in some sports.

The term first appeared in 1858 in cricket , to describe H. H. Stephenson 's taking three wickets with three consecutive deliveries . Fans held a collection for Stephenson, and presented him with a hat bought with the proceeds. [1] The term was used in print for the first time in 1865. [2] The term was eventually adopted by many other sports including hockey , association football , water polo and team handball .

A hat-trick occurs in association football when a player scores three goals (not necessarily consecutive) in a single game, whereas scoring two goals constitutes a brace . [3] [4] In common with other official record-keeping rules, goals in a penalty shootout are excluded from the tally. [5] The extra time in a knockout cup match may also be calculated towards a player's potential hat-trick. The fastest recorded time to score a hat-trick is 70 seconds, a record set by Alex Torr in a Sunday league game in 2013. [6] The previous record of 90 seconds was held by Tommy Ross playing for Ross County against Nairn County on 28 November 1964. [7]

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