Manchester City’s Erling Haaland became the first player to score three successive Premier League home hat-tricks as City beat the rivals Manchester united 6-3 at Etidhad stadium .
Phil Foden broke the deadlock with a superb finish early on before Haaland doubled the lead with a towering header from a corner shortly after.
Haaland then doubled his own tally not long after that, getting his studs onto a brilliant through ball from Kevin De Bruyne to leave United scrambling.
Phil Foden also scored his first hattrick for City as they closed the gap on pace-setters Arsenal to one point.
United tried to put some respect into the score-board with Antony getting a goal and Martial coming from the bench to score twice.
Halaand also joined an elite list of footballing royalty after he was awarded a 10 out of 10 rating from L’Equipe for his brilliant hat-trick and two assists
The Norwegian striker has become only the 14th player in history to get the rare score from the French paper for his heroics in the Manchester derby.
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