Learn about the records in the “Super Hattrick” De Bruyne and the City Five

Belgian Kevin De Bruyne scored four of his five leaders Manchester City and led him to beat Wolverhampton 5-1, restoring the three-point difference between him and his direct pursuer, Liverpool, in a game that had been postponed from the thirty-third leg of the English Premier League.
De Bruyne scored a “super hat-trick”, including a “hat-trick” in 17 minutes, as he scored his goals in the 7th, 16th, 24th and 60th minutes, taking his score to 19 goals across competitions this season. His colleague Raheem Sterling closed the scoring festival (84).
And two laps before the “Premier League” ends, coach Pep Guardiola’s team lead by 89 points, three points ahead of his pursuit of Liverpool and City ahead of goal difference to get close to the title.
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This is the first time De Bruyne has scored a “hat-trick” and then a “super hat-trick” in one match, to achieve many special figures as follows:
1- De Bruyne scored the third fastest hat-trick in Premier League history, preceded by the Senegalese Sadio Mane hat-trick against Aston Villa within 16 minutes in May 2015, and the Trinidadian hat-trick Dwight Yorke against Manchester United against Arsenal in 22 February 2001 minutes.
2- De Bruyne scored 85 goals and assisted 116 goals, contributing to 201 goals in 305 games he played in all competitions with City, and this season he recorded his best score of 19 goals.
3- Pat De Bruyne is the third fielding average to score a “Super Hattrick” in a Premier League match, after Frank Lampard with Chelsea (2008 and 2010) and Georginio Wijnaldum with Liverpool (2015).
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City achieved several miraculous figures: for the third time, two players from one team scored four goals in one game in the same season: Gabriel Jesus and De Bruyne of Manchester City.
Manchester United were the first team to sign this special number in the 1999-2000 season via duo Andy Cole and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and then Tottenham came in the 2009-2010 season via duo Robbie Keane and German Defoe.
Manchester City also became the first team in English Premier League history to win 5 consecutive Premier League matches, with a minimum of 3 goals.
Manchester City also became the first team to hit 5 balls on goal in a league game and manage to score them all, as Liverpool achieved the same in their win over Everton (5-2) in December 2019.
Looking at the 30 teams that Manchester City faced in the ‘Premier League’ led by Pep Guardiola, City scored at least 5 goals in one game against 21 of them (31 times in total).

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