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Robbie Fowler vs. Arsenal, 1994
Recorded as the fastest Premier League hat-trick of all time, Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler netted three goals in just four minutes and 33 seconds against Arsenal.
Alan Shearer vs. Leicester City, 1997
Trailing 3-1 with under 15 minutes remaining in the match, Newcastle United seemed destined for defeat against Leicester City. Yet it would be star striker Alan Shearer who had the last laugh, netting three very good goals in the final stanza to give the Magpies the unlikeliest of 4-3 victories.
Dimitar Berbatov vs. Liverpool, 2010
Few achievements in football match up to scoring a hat-trick (including the game-winner) in front of your home fans against your biggest rival. Manchester United Dimitar Berbatov could tick that off, though, after scoring all three goals in United's 3-2 victory over Liverpool at Old Trafford.
Steven Gerrard vs. Everton, 2012
Speaking of scoring against your rivals, it's also worth mentioning Steven Gerrard's sensational effort in his 400th Premier League match. Gerrard scored all three goals as the Reds beat Everton 3-0 at Anfield—making it the first time that any player has scored a hat-trick in a Premier League Merseyside derby.