List of Serie A hat-tricks

Since the inception of the Italian football league competition, the Serie A,[lower-alpha 1] in 1929, more than 250 players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match.

Swedish striker Gunnar Nordahl and Italian striker Giuseppe Meazza hold the record for most Serie A hat-tricks, having scored 17 from 1949 to 1955 and from 1929 to 1938 respectively. They scored all their hat-tricks while representing Milan and Internazionale respectively, making them the players with most hat-tricks for a single club.[1] He is followed by Hungarian striker István Nyers who scored 12 hat-trick, including 11 with Internazionale. In third place is Silvio Piola and Filippo Inzaghi with 10 hat-tricks each.[2]

Over 50 players have scored more than three goals in a single match; of these, 11 players, Carlo Galli, Kurt Hamrin, Miroslav Klose, Roberto Pruzzo, Bruno Ispiro, István Mike Mayer, Antonio Valentín Angelillo, Giuseppe Meazza, Cesare Fasanelli, Emanuele Del Vecchio and Giovanni Vecchina have scored five. Silvio Piola and Omar Sívori have scored the most goals in a single match at six goals each. Gunnar Nordahl, Giuseppe Meazza and Kurt Hamrin have scored three or more goals three times in Serie A, more than any other player.

Serie A all-time top goalscorer Silvio Piola holds the record as the youngest player to score a hat-trick (17 years and 132 days),[3] the oldest player to score a hat-trick (37 years and 51 days) and the youngest to score more than three goals in one match (18 years and 54 days).[4]

Hat-tricks

Key
4 Player scored four goals
5 Player scored five goals
6 Player scored six goals
Player scored hat-trick as a substitute
* The home team
Note: The results column shows the goalscorer's team score first
Player Nationality For Against Result Date Ref
Luigi Ossoinach  ItalyRoma*Cremonese9–013 October 1929[5]
Rodolfo Volk  ItalyRoma*Cremonese9–013 October 1929[5]
Federico Munerati4  ItalyJuventus*Pro Vercelli6–16 November 1929[5]
Luigi Ziroli  ItalyLazio*Cremonese6–017 November 1929[5]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Padova6–117 November 1929[5]
Luigi Ziroli  ItalyLazio*Padova4–022 December 1929[5]
Gino Rossetti  ItalyLazio*Pro Vercelli5–15 January 1930[5]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Livorno6–223 February 1930[5]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Lazio4–223 March 1930[5]
Giovanni Vecchina5  ItalyPadova*Pro Patria7–030 March 1930[5]
Rodolfo Volk  ItalyRoma*Pro Vercelli7–020 April 1930[5]
Giuseppe Meazza4  ItalyInternazionale*Roma4–227 April 1930[5]
Rocco Ranelli4  ItalyMilan*Padova4–229 May 1930[5]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Genoa3–315 June 1930[5]
Rodolfo Volk  ItalyRoma*Padova8–06 July 1930[5]
Carlo Reguzzoni  ItalyBolongaLivorno5–05 October 1930[6]
Filippo Prato  ItalyTorino*Internazionale6–019 October 1930[6]
Giovanni Rebolino  ItalyTriestina*Internazionale5–02 November 1930[6]
Guillermo Stábile  ArgentinaGenoa*Bolonga3–116 November 1930[6]
Giovanni Faccenda  ItalyLivorno*Casale5–014 December 1930[6]
Angelo Schiavio  ItalyBolonga*Brescia7–121 December 1930[6]
Pietro Arcari  ItalyMilan*Livorno5–08 February 1931[6]
Silvio Piola  ItalyPro Vercelli*Napoli6–38 February 1931[3]
Giovanni Vecchina  ItalyJuventus*Pro Vercelli5–18 March 1931[6]
Ettore Banchero  ItalyAlessandria*Legnano5–022 March 1931[6]
Cinzio Scagliotti  ItalyAlessandria*Triestina4–13 May 1931[6]
Cesare Fasanelli5  ItalyRomaLivorno*7–13 May 1931[6]
Carlo Reguzzoni  ItalyBolonga*Juventus4–024 May 1931[6]
Giovanni Braga  ItalyBresciaTriestina*4–024 May 1931[6]
Raffaele Costantino  ItalyRoma*Torino5–17 June 1931[6]
Carlo Reguzzoni  ItalyBolongaAlessandria*6–114 June 1931[6]
Antonio Busini  ItalyBolongaCasale*6–121 June 1931[6]
Silvio Piola4  ItalyPro VercelliAlessandria*4–522 November 1931[7]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Casale4–031 January 1932[8]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Pro Patria6–218 September 1932[9]
Alfredo Mazzoni  ItalyGenoa*Triestina4–018 September 1932[10]
Gino Rossetti4  ItalyTorino*Casale9–06 November 1932[10]
Angelo Schiavio  ItalyBolognaCasale*4–311 December 1932[10]
Angelo Schiavio4  ItalyBologna*Pro Patria6–122 January 1933[10]
Giovanni Busoni  ItalyTorino*Bari6–212 March 1933[10]
Mario Dalfini  ItalyPro Patria*Casale5–112 March 1933[10]
Gino Rossetti  ItalyTorino*Bologna3–212 March 1933[10]
Mario Romani  ItalyMilan*Pro Patria5–019 March 1933[10]
Angelo Schiavetta  ItalyCasaleBari*3–326 March 1933[10]
Felice Borel  ItalyJuventus*Fiorentina*5–028 May 1933[10]
Fernando Eusebio  ItalyRoma*Fiorentina7–128 May 1933[10]
Juan Spósito  ItalyGenoa*Juventus3–218 June 1933[10]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Casale9–010 September 1933[11]
Filippo Prato  ItalyTorino*Fiorentina4–117 September 1933[12]
Vinicio Viani  ItalyFiorentina*Palermo4–11 October 1933[12]
Felice Borel  ItalyJuventusRoma*3–21 October 1933[12]
Silvio Piola6  ItalyPro Vercelli*Fiorentina7–229 October 1933[12]
Julio Libonatti  ArgentinaTorino*Livorno5–01 November 1933[12]
Ernesto Tomasi  ItalyRoma*Lazio5–01 November 1933[12]
Giuseppe Meazza4  ItalyInternazionaleLazio*4–15 November 1933[13]
Renato Cesarini  ItalyJuventus*Genoa8–119 November 1933[12]
Vinicio Viani  ItalyFiorentinaInternazionale*4–226 November 1933[12]
Giovanni Riccardi  ItalyPro Vercelli*Alessandria3–117 December 1933[12]
Pietro Arcari  ItalyMilan*Casale6–27 January 1934[12]
Giovanni Moretti  ItalyMilan*Casale6–27 January 1934[12]
Leonízio Fantoni  BrazilLazio*Milan4–021 January 1934[12]
Onesto Silano  BrazilTorino*Milan3–38 April 1934[12]
Enrique Guaita  ItalyRoma*Genoa3–015 April 1934[12]
Giovanni Busoni  ItalyLivorno*Lazio4–115 April 1934[12]
Francisco Fedullo  ItalyBologna*Brescia4–122 April 1934[12]
Enrique Guaita4  ItalyRomaTorino6–326 April 1934[12]
Giovanni Busoni  ItalyLivorno*Casale5–029 April 1934[12]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Triestina7–014 October 1934[14]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Brescia5–16 January 1935[15]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Palermo4–013 October 1935[16]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Juventus4–017 November 1935[17]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionaleNovara*5–320 September 1936[18]
Silvio Piola  ItalyLazioAlessandria*5–12 May 1937[19]
Silvio Piola  ItalyLazio*Napoli4–09 May 1937[19]
Danilo Michelini  ItalyRoma*Fiorentina4–012 September 1937[20]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Bari5–122 December 1937[21]
Giuseppe Meazza5  ItalyInternazionale*Bari9–29 January 1938[22]
Giuseppe Meazza  ItalyInternazionale*Lucchese4–016 January 1938[23]
Vittorio Barberis  ItalyNovara*Roma5–022 January 1939[24]
Elisio Gabardo  ItalyGenoaFiorentina*3–46 October 1940[25]
Francesco Cergoli  ItalyTriestina*Atalanta3–313 October 1940[25]
Guglielmo Gabetto  ItalyJuventus*Bologna3–113 October 1940[25]
Amedeo Amadei  ItalyRoma*Venezia*5–227 October 1940[25]
Franco Ossola  ItalyTorino*Fiorentina6–224 November 1940[25]
Guglielmo Gabetto  ItalyJuventus*Atalanta3–122 December 1940[25]
Guglielmo Gabetto  ItalyJuventus*Bari5–15 January 1941[25]
Amedeo Amadei  ItalyRoma*Bari6–223 February 1941[26]
Giacomo Neri  ItalyGenoaTorino*6–36 April 1941[25]
Aldo Boffi  ItalyMilanFiorentina*3–213 April 1941[25]
Sergio Trevisan  ItalyBari*Juventus3–520 April 1941[25]
Giacomo Neri4  ItalyGenoaBari*6–127 April 1941[25]
Enrico Santià  ItalyNovara*Atalanta5–127 April 1941[25]
Dante Di Benedetti  ItalyFiorentina*Juventus5–04 May 1941[25]
Amedeo Amadei  ItalyRoma*Napoli5–125 October 1941[27]
Silvio Piola  ItalyLazio*Bologna5–121 December 1941[28]
Silvio Piola  ItalyLazio*Liguria4–01 March 1942[28]
Amedeo Amadei  ItalyRoma*Liguria7–017 May 1942[28]
Silvio Piola  ItalyLazio*Internazionale3–125 October 1942[29]
Silvio Piola  ItalyLazio*Juventus5–38 November 1942[29]
Pietro Ferraris  ItalyTorino*Fiorentina5–08 November 1942[29]
Guglielmo Trevisan  ItalyGenoa*Livorno5–213 December 1942[29]
Piero Suppi  ItalyFiorentina*Roma3–017 January 1943[29]
Giuseppe Baldini  ItalyInternazionaleAtalanta*5–221 January 1943[29]
Alberto Marchetti  ItalyVicenza*Fiorentina3–031 January 1943[29]
Angelo Bollano  ItalyFiorentina*Milan3–07 February 1943[29]
Amedeo Amadei4  ItalyRoma*Liguria5–121 February 1943[29]
Mario Stua  ItalyLivorno*Internazionale4–27 March 1943[29]
Riza Lushta  AlbaniaJuventus*Livorno3–021 March 1943[29]
Franco Ossola  ItalyTorinoTriestina*3–221 March 1943[29]
Camillo Fabbri  ItalyBari*Fiorentina4–228 March 1943[29]
Pietro Magni4  ItalyJuventus*Triestina6–228 March 1943[29]
Alberto Marchetti  ItalyVicenzaJuventus*6–225 April 1943[29]
Engelbert König  AustriaLazioFiorentina*3–418 November 1945[30]
Teresio Piana  ItalyLivorno*Salernitana3–02 December 1945[30]
Romano Penzo  ItalyInternazionale*Genoa9–123 December 1945[30]
Carlo Barbieri  ItalyNapoli*Siena6–16 January 1946[30]
Gino Cappello  ItalyBologna*Genoa4–013 January 1946[30]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalyVicenzaMilan*4–23 February 1946[30]
Mario Gritti  ItalyFiorentina*Salernitana4–010 February 1946[30]
Vittorio Sentimenti4  ItalyJuventus*Venezia5–017 March 1946[30]
Engelbert König  AustriaLazio*Pescara6–017 March 1946[30]
Eusebio Castigliano4  ItalyTorino*Napoli7–130 June 1946[30]
Enrico Candiani4  ItalyInternazionale*Torino6–214 July 1946[30]
Aredio Gimona  ItalyMilan*Bari8–028 July 1946[30]
Guglielmo Gabetto  ItalyTorino*Livorno9–130 July 1946[30]
Amedeo Amadei  ItalyRoma*Sampdoria3–122 September 1946[31]
Costantino De Andreis  ItalyLazio*Brescia6–320 October 1946[31]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalySampdoria*Bari6–124 November 1946[31]
Carlo Stradella  ItalyAlessandria*Triestina5–012 January 1947[31]
Mario Astorri4  ItalyJuventus*Venezia7–319 January 1947[31]
Juan Carlos Verdeal4  ItalyGenoa*Fiorentina5–019 January 1947[31]
Valentino Mazzola  ItalyTorino*Lazio5–123 February 1947[31]
Stefano Ferrari  ItalyRoma*Triestina4–19 March 1947[31]
Federico Zanolla  ItalyTriestina*Bologna3–116 March 1947[31]
Valentino Mazzola  ItalyTorino*Vicenza6–020 April 1947[31]
Cosimo Muci  ItalyInternazionale*Alessandria4–24 May 1947[31]
Umberto Busani  ItalyNapoli*Bari5–14 May 1947[31]
Valentino Mazzola  ItalyTorino*Atalanta5–31 June 1947[31]
Ettore Puricelli  ItalyMilan*Bologna4–21 June 1947[31]
Valentino Mazzola  ItalyTorino*Genoa6–08 June 1947[31]
Pietro Sotgiu  ItalyAlessandria*Milan4–18 June 1947[31]
Riza Lushta  AlbaniaAlessandriaTriestina*3–115 June 1947[31]
Guglielmo Gabetto  ItalyTorino*Milan6–229 June 1947[31]
Bruno Quaresima4  ItalyInternazionale*Alessandria6–028 September 1947[32]
Valentino Mazzola  ItalyTorinoRoma*7–15 October 1947[32]
Benito Lorenzi4  ItalyInternazionale*Lucchese6–026 October 1947[32]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalySampdoria*Vicenza6–12 November 1947[32]
Guido Tieghi  ItalyLivorno*Internazionale3–216 November 1947[32]
Ezio Loik  ItalyTorino*Salernitana7–116 November 1947[32]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventus*Livorno6–123 November 1947[32]
Bruno Quaresima4  ItalyInternazionale*Bari4–130 November 1947[32]
Aristide Coscia  ItalyAlessandria*Salernitana3–028 December 1947[32]
Carlo Stradella4  ItalyAlessandria*Roma4–01 January 1948[32]
Bruno Pesaola  ItalyRomaGenoa*4–24 January 1948[32]
Ettore Puricelli4  ItalyMilan*Bari8–14 January 1948[32]
Ermes Muccinelli  ItalyJuventus*Alessandria6–115 February 1948[32]
Mario Silvestrelli  ItalySampdoriaInternazionale*4–27 March 1948[32]
Guglielmo Gabetto  ItalyTorino*Bologna5–111 April 1948[32]
Carlo Barbieri  ItalyNapoliJuventus3–115 April 1948[32]
Ezio Loik  ItalyTorino*Alessandria10–02 May 1948[32]
Alberto Galassi  ItalyFiorentina*Genoa4–06 June 1948[32]
Riccardo Dalla Torre  ItalyGenoa*Bologna7–24 July 1948[32]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Sampdoria4–219 September 1948[33]
Lelio Antoniotti  ItalyPro PatriaSampdoria*4–410 October 1948[33]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalySampdoria*Pro Patria4–410 October 1948[33]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventusAtalanta*4–217 October 1948[33]
Amedeo Amadei4  ItalyInternazionale*Bari9–131 October 1948[33]
Alberto Galassi  ItalyFiorentina*Lazio4–02 January 1949[33]
István Mike Mayer5  ItalyBologna*Livorno6–26 February 1949[33]
Renzo Burini  ItalyMilan*Modena5–13 April 1949[33]
Bruno Ispiro5  ItalyTriestina*Padova9–18 May 1949[33]
Karl Aage Hansen  DenmarkBolognaAtalanta*6–211 September 1949[34]
John Hansen  DenmarkJuventus*Fiorentina5–211 September 1949[34]
Alberto Galassi4  ItalyFiorentina*Roma4–12 October 1949[34]
Adriano Bassetto4  ItalyVeneziaSampdoria*7–316 October 1949[34]
Amedeo Amadei  ItalyInternazionale*Milan6–56 November 1949[34]
Adriano Bassetto4  ItalySampdoria*Palermo4–06 November 1949[34]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventusNovara*3–218 December 1949[34]
Giuseppe Santagostino4  ItalyMilan*Bari9–118 December 1949[35]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionaleComo*5–126 December 1949[34]
Karl Aage Hansen  DenmarkAtalanta*Venezia3–11 January 1950[34]
István Nyers4  HungaryInternazionale*Bari4–08 January 1950[34]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilanComo*4–122 January 1950[35]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilanJuventus*7–15 February 1950[35]
Gunnar Nordahl4  SwedenMilan*Torino7–05 March 1950[35]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventusComo*6–212 March 1950[34]
Benjamín Santos  ArgentinaTorino*Roma5–012 March 1950[34]
Giancarlo Vitali  HungaryPadova*Lucchese3–230 April 1950[34]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventusSampdoria*4–028 May 1950[34]
Giuseppe Rinaldi  ItalyMilan*Roma6–228 May 1950[35]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Novara9–224 September 1950[36]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Roma6–022 October 1950[37]
Faas Wilkes  NetherlandsInternazionaleSampdoria5–15 November 1950[38]
Silvio Piola  ItalyNovara*Lazio4–219 November 1950[38]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventusAtalanta*5–114 January 1951[38]
Jørgen Leschly Sørensen  DenmarkAtalanta*Palermo3–221 January 1951[38]
Renzo Burini  ItalyMilan*Palermo9–018 February 1951[36]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionaleNapoli*4–018 February 1951[39]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Pro Patria6–025 February 1951[40]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Udinese6–111 March 1951[41]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Como7–218 March 1951[36]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Padova3–11 April 1951[36]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Triestina5–19 September 1951[42]
Mario Renosto  ItalyMilan*Pro Patria5–130 September 1951[43]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Legnano3–121 October 1951[44]
John Hansen  DenmarkJuventus*Udinese5–128 October 1951[45]
Renzo Burini  ItalyMilan*Bologna4–028 October 1951[43]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionaleSampdoria*3–130 December 1951[46]
Pietro Broccini  ItalyInternazionale*Padova4–013 January 1952[47]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Novara6–23 February 1952[43]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalySampdoria*Triestina3–110 February 1952[47]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventus*Legnano6–110 February 1952[48]
John Hansen  DenmarkJuventus*Legnano6–110 February 1952[48]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilanLucchese*5–020 February 1952[43]
Pasquale Vivolo  ItalyJuventusUdinese*7–230 March 1952[49]
Renzo Burini  ItalyMilan*Atalanta4–411 May 1952[43]
Hasse Jeppson4  SwedenAtalanta*Triestina7–18 June 1952[47]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Palermo4–08 June 1952[43]
Hasse Jeppson  SwedenAtalanta*Torino5–015 June 1952[47]
Giancarlo Vitali  ItalyNapoli*Udinese4–228 September 1952[50]
Poul Rasmussen4  DenmarkAtalanta*Triestina5–22 November 1952[50]
Pasquale Vivolo  ItalyJuventusNovara*6–016 November 1952[51]
Pasquale Vivolo  ItalyJuventus*Sampdoria3–023 November 1952[52]
Poul Rasmussen  DenmarkAtalanta*Udinese5–011 January 1953[50]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Atalanta5–118 January 1953[53]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Palermo5–01 February 1953[53]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilan*Triestina4–11 March 1953[53]
Renzo Burini  ItalyMilanFiorentina*3–03 May 1953[53]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalyAtalantaNapoli*3–627 September 1953[54]
Hasse Jeppson  SwedenNapoli*Atalanta6–327 September 1953[54]
Giampiero Boniperti  ItalyJuventusGenoa*3–120 October 1953[54]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilanPalermo*4–118 October 1953[55]
István Nyers  HungaryInternazionale*Milan3–01 November 1953[56]
Sergio Brighenti  ItalyInternazionale*Palermo4–03 January 1954[54]
Egisto Pandolfini  ItalyRoma*Legnano5–310 January 1954[54]
Jørgen Leschly Sørensen  DenmarkMilanSPAL*6–110 January 1954[55]
Gunnar Nordahl4  SwedenMilanTriestina*6–021 February 1954[55]
Eduardo Ricagni  ItalyJuventus*Palermo4–123 May 1954[54]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilanSampdoria*3–026 September 1954[57]
István Nyers  HungaryRoma*Novara9–06 February 1955[58]
Gino Pivatelli  ItalyBologna*Internazionale3–210 April 1955[59]
Poul Rasmussen  DenmarkAtalanta*Fiorentina5–117 April 1955[59]
Gunnar Nordahl  SwedenMilanGenoa*8–05 June 1955[57]
Gunnar Nordahl4  SwedenMilan*SPAL6–012 June 1955[57]
Gino Pivatelli  ItalyBologna*Genoa4–118 September 1955[60]
Luís Vinício  BrazilNapoli*Pro Patria8–116 October 1955[60]
Eddie Firmani4  ItalySampdoria*Pro Patria7–01 January 1956[60]
Adriano Bassetto  ItalyAtalanta*Pro Patria4–129 January 1956[60]
Gino Pivatelli  ItalyBologna*Torino6–17 March 1956[60]
Eddie Firmani  ItalySampdoria*SPAL3–11 April 1956[60]
Gino Pivatelli  ItalyBolognaSampdoria*5–213 May 1956[60]
Oliviero Conti  ItalySampdoriaMilan*3–226 December 1956[61]
Luís Vinício4  BrazilNapoli*Palermo4–19 June 1957[62]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenPadovaGenoa*4–115 September 1957[63]
Antonio Valentín Angelillo  ItalyInternazionale*Lazio5–222 September 1957[63]
Gastone Bean  ItalyMilan*Atalanta5–027 October 1957[64]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenPadova*Torino3–027 October 1957[63]
John Charles  WalesJuventus*Atalanta3–015 December 1957[63]
John Charles  WalesJuventus*Sampdoria4–18 January 1958[63]
Kurt Hamrin4  SwedenPadova*Genoa6–32 February 1958[63]
Emanuele Del Vecchio5  ItalyVerona*Sampdoria5–39 February 1958[63]
Eddie Firmani  ItalySampdoriaVicenza*4–216 March 1958[63]
Omar Sívori4  ItalyJuventus*Vicenza5–230 March 1958[64]
John Charles  WalesJuventusLazio*4–16 April 1958[63]
Carlo Galli5  ItalyMilan*Lazio6–113 April 1958[64]
Paolo Barison  ItalyGenoaMilan*5–125 May 1958[64]
Antonio Valentín Angelillo  ItalyInternazionaleUdinese*3–121 September 1958[65]
Antonio Valentín Angelillo5  ItalyInternazionale*SPAL8–012 October 1958[65]
Gino Pivatelli  ItalyBolognaFiorentina*3–623 November 1958[65]
José Altafini  ItalyMilan*Torino5–121 December 1958[66]
Eddie Firmani  ItalyInternazionaleTorino*5–028 December 1958[65]
Carlo Galli  ItalyMilan*Padova4–111 January 1959[66]
Giancarlo Bacci  ItalyMilan*Sampdoria4–122 February 1959[66]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentina*Sampdoria4–115 March 1959[65]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventus*Fiorentina3–222 March 1959[65]
Sergio Brighenti  ItalyPadova*Vicenza4–217 May 1959[65]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentina*Torino4–028 May 1959[65]
Carlo Galli  ItalyMilan*Udinese7–02 June 1959[66]
John Charles  WalesJuventus*Genoa4–37 June 1959[65]
Eddie Firmani  ItalyInternazionale*Padova6–320 September 1959[67]
Juan Carlos Tacchi  ArgentinaAlessandria*Milan3–120 September 1959[68]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentinaNapoli*4–014 February 1960[67]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventus*Padova5–114 February 1960[67]
John Charles  WalesJuventusSPAL*6–321 February 1960[67]
José Altafini4  ItalyMilan*Internazionale5–327 March 1960[68]
Sergio Brighenti  ItalyPadova*SPAL6–320 September 1959[67]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventus*Napoli4–217 April 1960[67]
Gino Pivatelli  ItalyBologna*Roma3–11 May 1960[65]
Eddie Firmani  ItalyInternazionaleAtalanta*5–125 September 1960[69]
Pedro Manfredini  ItalyRomaBari*3–025 September 1960[69]
Sergio Brighenti  ItalySampdoria*Fiorentina3–12 October 1960[69]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentina*Lazio4–020 November 1960[69]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventus*Udinese5–15 February 1961[69]
Eddie Firmani4  ItalyInternazionale*S.S. Lazio7–05 March 1961[69]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventusBologna*4–226 March 1961[69]
Sergio Brighenti4  ItalySampdoria*Internazionale4–22 April 1961[69]
Omar Sívori6  ItalyJuventus*Internazionale9–116 April 1961[69]
Aurelio Milani  ItalyPadova*Sampdoria3–07 May 1961[69]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventusNapoli*4–021 May 1961[69]
José Altafini4  ItalyMilan*Juventus5–112 November 1961[70]
Sergio Brighenti  ItalySampdoria*Catania4–114 January 1962[71]
Aurelio Milani  ItalyFiorentina*Internazionale4–121 January 1962[71]
Giancarlo Danova  ItalyMilan*Bologna3–021 January 1962[70]
Ezio Pascutti  ItalyBologna*Modena7–114 October 1962[72]
Harald Nielsen  DenmarkBologna*Modena7–114 October 1962[72]
Pedro Manfredini  ItalyRomaPalermo*4–01 November 1962[73]
China  ItalySampdoria*Catania*4–04 November 1962[74]
Kurt Hamrin4  SwedenFiorentina*Genoa5–04 November 1962[75]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentinaTorino*4–09 December 1962[76]
Harald Nielsen  DenmarkBologna*Catania5–09 December 1962[77]
Pedro Manfredini  ItalyRomaNapoli*3–320 January 1963[78]
Omar Sívori  ItalyJuventusAtalanta*6–327 January 1963[79]
Beniamino Di Giacomo  ItalyInternazionaleNapoli*5–117 February 1963[80]
Mario Pantaleoni  ItalyGenoa*Catania*4–13 March 1963[81]
Luis Suárez  SpainInternazionale*Genoa*6–010 March 1963[82]
Pedro Manfredini  ItalyRoma*Torino5–07 April 1963[83]
Harald Nielsen  DenmarkBologna*Sampdoria4–17 April 1963[84]
José Altafini  ItalyMilanMantova*4–115 September 1963[85]
Pedro Manfredini  ItalyRoma*Sampdoria6–122 September 1963[86]
Harald Nielsen  DenmarkBolognaModena*4–16 October 1963[87]
Harald Nielsen  DenmarkBolognaRoma*4–03 November 1963[88]
Luís Vinício  BrazilVicenzaModena*3–23 November 1963[89]
Silvano Mencacci4  ItalySPAL*Mantova6–110 November 1963[90]
Harald Nielsen  DenmarkBolognaCatania*3–18 December 1963[91]
Paolo Morelli  ItalyMessina*Sampdoria4–326 January 1964[92]
Kurt Hamrin5  SwedenFiorentina*Atalanta7–12 February 1964[93]
Giovanni Fanello  ItalyCatania*Genoa5–32 February 1964[94]
Antonio Valentín Angelillo  ItalyRoma*Fiorentina3–311 October 1964[95]
Alberto Orlando  ItalyFiorentina*Genoa5–017 January 1965[96]
Giampaolo Menichelli  ItalyJuventus*Catania4–17 February 1965[97]
Jarbas Faustinho  BrazilNapoli*SPAL4–26 September 1965[98]
José Altafini  ItalyNapoli*Atalanta5–117 October 1965[99]
Paolo Nuti  BrazilFiorentina*Sampdoria5–024 October 1965[100]
Angelo Sormani  ItalyMilan*Varese3–114 November 1965[101]
Sandro Mazzola  ItalyInternazionale*Foggia5–027 February 1966[102]
Sandro Mazzola  ItalyInternazionale*Brescia7–013 March 1966[103]
Virginio De Paoli  ItalyBrescia*Foggia4–027 March 1966[104]
Ezio Pascutti  ItalyBologna*Atalanta3–010 April 1966[105]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentina*Lazio5–118 September 1966[106]
Sandro Mazzola  ItalyInternazionaleFoggia*4–018 September 1966[107]
Luigi Riva  ItalyCagliari*Bologna4–02 October 1966[108]
Mario Brugnera  ItalyFiorentina*Vicenza3–06 November 1966[109]
Renato Cappellini  ItalyInternazionale*Foggia3–029 January 1967[110]
Kurt Hamrin  SwedenFiorentina*Brescia7–15 February 1967[111]
José Altafini  ItalyNapoliSPAL*4–15 February 1967[112]
Angelo Sormani  ItalyMilanSPAL*4–124 September 1967[113]
Néstor Combin  ArgentinaTorino*Sampdoria*4–215 October 1967[114]
Néstor Combin  ArgentinaTorinoJuventus*4–022 October 1967[115]
Giuseppe Savoldi  ItalyAtalanta*Varese4–022 October 1967[116]
Orlando Rozzoni  ItalySPAL*Vicenza3–028 January 1968[117]
Pietro Anastasi  ItalyVarese*Juventus5–04 February 1968[118]
Sergio Gori  ItalyVicenza*Atalanta4–131 March 1968[119]
Luigi Riva  ItalyCagliariVarese*6–16 October 1968[120]
Vincenzo Traspedini  ItalyHellas*Pisa5–310 November 1968[121]
Sergio Pellizzaro  ItalyPalermo*Atalanta5–11 December 1968[122]
Sergio Clerici  BrazilAtalanta*Hellas5–212 January 1969[123]
Mario Bertini  ItalyInternazionale*Hellas5–119 January 1969[124]
Pierino Prati  ItalyMilan*Hellas3–09 February 1969[125]
Pierino Prati  ItalyMilan*Bologna4–023 March 1969[126]
Gianni Rivera4  ItalyMilanBrescia*4–114 September 1969[127]
Pierino Prati4  ItalyMilanBari*5–018 January 1970[128]
Claudio Turchetto  ItalyBrescia*Palermo*4–21 March 1970[129]
Pierino Prati  ItalyMilan*Vicenza3–122 November 1970[130]
Pierino Prati  ItalyMilan*Catania4–03 January 1971[131]
Roberto Bettega  ItalyJuventus*Catania5–031 January 1971[132]
Mario Maraschi  ItalyVicenzaVicenza*3–228 February 1971[133]
Eraldo Mancin  ItalyCagliari*Hellas4–123 May 1971[134]
Roberto Boninsegna  ItalyInternazionale*Sampdoria4–49 January 1972[135]
Giorgio Mariani  ItalyHellas*Sampdoria3–226 March 1972[136]
Franco Causio  ItalyJuventus*Internazionale3–023 April 1972[137]
Pierino Prati  ItalyMilan*Atalanta9–315 October 1972[138]
Giuseppe Savoldi  ItalyBologna*Hellas4–115 April 1973[139]
Roberto Boninsegna4  ItalyInternazionale*Foggia5–118 November 1973[140]
Roberto Boninsegna  ItalyInternazionale*Torino3–03 March 1974[141]
Giorgio Chinaglia  ItalyLazioNapoli*3–37 April 1974[142]
Pietro Anastasi  ItalyJuventus*Fiorentina3–112 May 1974[143]
Pietro Anastasi  ItalyJuventusVicenza*3–019 May 1974[144]
Giorgio Braglia  ItalyNapoli*Ascoli3–130 September 1974[145]
Roberto Boninsegna4  ItalyInternazionale*Cagliari4–16 October 1974[146]
Paolino Pulici  ItalyTorino*Bologna3–316 March 1975[147]
Paolino Pulici  ItalyTorinoLazio*5–16 April 1975[148]
Pietro Anastasi  ItalyJuventus*Lazio4–027 April 1975[149]
Pierino Prati  ItalyRoma*Ternana4–211 May 1975[150]
Egidio Calloni  ItalyMilanTernana*3–118 May 1975[151]
Paolino Pulici  ItalyTorino*Perugia3–012 October 1975[152]
Paolino Pulici  ItalyTorino*Bologna3–19 February 1976[153]
Paolino Pulici  ItalyTorino*Fiorentina4–318 April 1976[154]
Carlo Bresciani  ItalySampdoria*Hellas3–15 December 1976[155]
Carlo Muraro  ItalyInternazionale*Roma3–02 January 1977[156]
Francesco Graziani  ItalyTorinoSampdoria*3–213 February 1977[157]
Francesco Graziani  ItalyTorinoCesena*3–017 April 1977[158]
Claudio Desolati  ItalyFiorentina*Internazionale3–015 May 1977[159]
Giuseppe Savoldi  ItalyNapoli*Perugia3–26 November 1977[160]
Giuseppe Savoldi4  ItalyNapoli*Foggia5–018 December 1977[161]
Paolo Rossi  ItalyVicenzaLazio*3–112 March 1978[162]
Alberto Bigon  ItalyMilan*Fiorentina4–129 October 1978[163]
Carlo Trevisanello  ItalyAscoliHellas*3–229 October 1978[164]
Bruno Giordano  ItalyLazio*Vicenza4–329 October 1978[165]
Francesco Graziani  ItalyTorino*Vicenza4–012 November 1978[166]
Paolino Pulici  ItalyTorino*Catanzaro3–021 January 1979[167]
Paolo Rossi4  ItalyVicenza*Lazio4–14 March 1979[168]
Massimo Palanca  ItalyCatanzaroRoma*3–14 March 1979[169]
Pietro Paolo Virdis  ItalyJuventus*Atalanta3–08 April 1979[170]
Alessandro Altobelli  ItalyInternazionale*Juventus4–011 October 1979[171]
Roberto Pruzzo  ItalyRomaInternazionale*4–226 October 1980[172]
Roberto Pruzzo  ItalyRoma*Udinese3–130 November 1980[173]
Roberto Bettega  ItalyJuventus*Cesena6–113 September 1981[174]
Pietro Paolo Virdis  ItalyJuventus*Avellino4–031 January 1982[175]
Giuseppe Galderisi  ItalyJuventus*Milan3–214 February 1982[176]
Claudio Pellegrini  ItalyNapoliComo*4–028 February 1982[177]
Oliviero Garlini  ItalyCesena*Bologna4–114 March 1982[178]
Franco Selvaggi  ItalyTorino*Sampdoria3–017 October 1982[179]
Alessandro Altobelli  ItalyInternazionale*Cesena3–120 March 1983[180]
Trevor Francis  EnglandSampdoriaUdinese*4–024 April 1983[181]
Paolo Monelli  ItalyFiorentina*Napoli5–112 September 1983[182]
Oscar Damiani  ItalyMilanAscoli*4–211 December 1983[183]
Alessandro Altobelli  ItalyInternazionale*Catania6–013 May 1984[184]
Diego Maradona  ArgentinaNapoli*Lazio4–024 February 1985[185]
Antonio Di Carlo  ItalyRomaCremonese*5–05 May 1985[186]
Michel Platini  FranceJuventus*Bari4–020 October 1985[187]
Roberto Pruzzo5  ItalyRoma*Avellino5–116 February 1986[188]
Aldo Cantarutti  ItalyAtalantaVerona*3–023 March 1986[189]
Alessandro Altobelli  ItalyInternazionale*Como*3–220 April 1986[190]
Alessandro Altobelli  ItalyInternazionale*Roma4–15 October 1986[191]
Wim Kieft  NetherlandsTorino*Avellino4–12 November 1986[192]
Salvatore Giunta  ItalyComo*Udinese3–130 November 1986[193]
Pietro Paolo Virdis  ItalyMilan*Roma4–13 May 1987[194]
Toni Polster  AustriaTorino*Sampdoria4–120 September 1987[195]
Pietro Paolo Virdis  ItalyMilan*Fiorentina4–09 October 1988[196]
Andrea Carnevale  ItalyNapoli*Pescara8–223 October 1988[197]
Careca  BrazilNapoliJuventus*5–320 November 1988[198]
Tita  BrazilPescaraRoma*3–119 February 1989[199]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilan*Ascoli5–118 June 1989[200]
Jürgen Klinsmann  GermanyInternazionaleVerona*3–05 November 1989[201]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyFiorentina*Ascoli5–119 November 1989[202]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilan*Atalanta3–117 January 1990[203]
Jürgen Klinsmann  GermanyInternazionaleCagliari*3–09 September 1990[204]
Aldo Serena  ItalyInternazionale*Pisa6–321 October 1990[205]
Salvatore Schillaci  ItalyJuventus*Roma5–018 November 1990[206]
Michele Padovano  ItalyPisa*Cesena3–22 December 1990[207]
Pierluigi Casiraghi  ItalyJuventusPisa*5–113 January 1991[208]
Carlos Aguilera  UruguayGenoaBologna*3–010 March 1991[209]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilan*Bologna6–012 May 1991[210]
Francesco Baiano  ItalyFoggia*Bari4–13 November 1991[211]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilan*Foggia3–119 January 1992[212]
Tomáš Skuhravý  CzechoslovakiaGenoa*Napoli3–419 January 1992[213]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyJuventus*Foggia4–12 February 1992[214]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilanCagliari*4–12 February 1992[215]
Gabriel Batistuta  ArgentinaFiorentinaFoggia*3–39 February 1992[216]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilan*Atalanta3–11 March 1992[217]
Carlo Cornacchia  ItalyAtalanta*Foggia4–412 April 1992[218]
Francesco Baiano  ItalyFoggia*Verona5–018 April 1992[219]
Marco Branca  ItalyFiorentinaVerona*3–226 April 1992[220]
Stefano Borgonovo  ItalyFiorentina*Napoli4–217 May 1992[221]
Marco van Basten  NetherlandsMilanPescara*5–413 September 1992[222]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaUdinese*Pescara5–24 October 1992[223]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazio*Parma5–24 October 1992[224]
Roberto Baggio4  ItalyJuventus*Udinese5–18 November 1992[225]
Marco van Basten4  NetherlandsMilanNapoli*5–18 November 1992[226]
Massimo Agostini  ItalyAncona*Brescia5–18 November 1992[227]
Roberto Mancini  ItalySampdoria*Foggia3–33 January 1993[228]
Marco Branca  ItalyUdinese*Fiorentina4–010 January 1993[229]
Carlos Aguilera  UruguayTorinoRoma*5–49 May 1993[230]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyJuventus*Foggia4–29 May 1993[231]
Massimo Agostini  ItalyAncona*Pescara5–323 May 1993[232]
Faustino Asprilla  ColombiaParma*Torino3–019 September 1993[233]
Rubén Sosa  UruguayInternazionale*Parma3–231 October 1993[234]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyJuventus*Genoa4–031 October 1993[235]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazio*Genoa4–028 November 1993[236]
Daniel Fonseca  UruguayNapoli*Reggiana5–028 November 1993[237]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazio*Cagliari4–013 February 1994[238]
Alessandro Del Piero  ItalyJuventus*Parma4–020 March 1994[239]
Julio Dely Valdés  PanamaCagliari*Reggiana3–010 April 1994[240]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazio*Atalanta3–110 April 1994[241]
Gianluca Vialli  ItalyJuventus*Lazio6–117 April 1994[242]
Damiano Longhi  ItalyPadova*Cremonese3–28 January 1995[243]
Dejan Savićević4  YugoslaviaMilanBari*5–315 January 1995[244]
Alen Bokšić  CroatiaLazio*Foggia7–115 January 1995[245]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaRoma*Internazionale3–112 February 1995[246]
Marco Simone  ItalyMilanBrescia*5–05 March 1995[247]
Pierluigi Casiraghi4  ItalyLazio*Fiorentina8–25 March 1995[248]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaRomaCremonese*5–24 June 1995[249]
Igor Protti  ItalyBari*Lazio3–317 September 1995[250]
Gianluca Vialli  ItalyJuventus*Torino5–03 December 1995[251]
Enrico Chiesa  ItalySampdoria*Bari3–13 December 1995[252]
Marco Branca  ItalyInternazionale*Cagliari4–023 December 1995[253]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaRoma*Sampdoria3–121 January 1996[254]
Pierluigi Casiraghi  ItalyLazio*Cagliari4–028 January 1996[255]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazio*Bari4–34 February 1996[256]
Luís Oliveira  BelgiumCagliari*Bari4–23 March 1996[257]
Enrico Chiesa  ItalySampdoria*Padova3–110 March 1996[258]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazio*Vicenza3–031 March 1996[259]
Marco Branca  ItalyInternazionale*Padova8–214 April 1996[260]
Marco Delvecchio  ItalyRoma*Napoli4–121 April 1996[261]
Marcelo Otero4  UruguayVicenzaFiorentina*4–28 September 1996[262]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyLazioPiacenza*3–117 November 1996[263]
Roberto Mancini  ItalySampdoriaUdinese*5–44 January 1997[264]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyAtalanta*Sampdoria4–09 March 1997[265]
Igor Protti  ItalyLazio*Reggiana6–120 April 1997[266]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaParma*Vicenza3–011 May 1997[267]
Marco Negri  ItalyPerugia*Bologna5–115 May 1997[268]
Gabriel Batistuta  ArgentinaFiorentinaUdinese*3–131 August 1997[269]
Dario Hübner  ItalyBrescia*Sampdoria3–313 September 1997[270]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaRoma*Napoli6–25 October 1997[271]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyBologna*Napoli5–12 November 1997[272]
Vincenzo Montella  ItalySampdoria*Napoli6–221 December 1997[273]
Alessandro Del Piero  ItalyJuventus*Empoli5–221 December 1997[274]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaRoma*Empoli4–31 February 1998[275]
Ronaldo  BrazilInternazionale*Lecce5–015 February 1998[276]
Kennet Andersson  SwedenBolognaSampdoria*3–229 March 1998[277]
George Weah  LiberiaMilan*Atalanta3–011 April 1998[278]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyJuventus*Bologna3–210 May 1998[279]
Gabriel Batistuta  ArgentinaFiorentinaMilan3–126 September 1998[280]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaParma*Udinese4–115 November 1998[281]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyBolognaVicenza*4–015 November 1998[282]
Siniša Mihajlović  SerbiaLazio*Sampdoria5–213 December 1998[283]
Diego Fuser  ItalyParmaEmpoli*5–320 December 1998[284]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyJuventus*Salernitana3–020 December 1998[285]
Iván Zamorano  ChileInternazionale*Venezia6–210 January 1999[286]
Abel Balbo  ArgentinaParmaPiacenza*6–310 January 1999[287]
Gabriel Batistuta  ArgentinaFiorentina*Cagliari4–217 January 1999[288]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaParmaJuventus*4–27 February 1999[289]
Youri Djorkaeff  FranceInternazionale*Empoli5–17 February 1999[290]
Marco Di Vaio  ItalySalernitanaEmpoli*3–214 February 1999[291]
Simone Inzaghi  ItalyPiacenza*Bologna5–027 February 1999[292]
Álvaro Recoba  UruguayVenezia*Fiorentina4–114 March 1999[293]
Patrick M'Boma  CameroonCagliari*Empoli5–121 March 1999[294]
Vincenzo Montella  ItalySampdoria*Internazionale4–021 March 1999[295]
Marco Di Vaio  ItalySalernitana*Bologna4–025 April 1999[296]
Oliver Bierhoff  GermanyMilan*Empoli4–015 May 1999[297]
Christian Vieri  ItalyInternazionale*Hellas Verona3–029 August 1999[298]
Gabriel Batistuta  ArgentinaFiorentina*Hellas Verona4–119 September 1999[299]
Andriy Shevchenko  UkraineMilanLazio*4–43 October 1999[300]
Vincenzo Montella  ItalyRoma*Bari3–16 January 2000[301]
Andriy Shevchenko  UkraineMilanPerugia*3–030 January 2000[302]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyJuventusVenezia*4–020 February 2000[303]
Vincenzo Montella  ItalyRoma*Fiorentina4–019 February 2000[304]
Roberto Sosa  ItalyUdinese*Internazionale3–08 April 2000[305]
Zisis Vryzas  GreecePerugiaFiorentina*4–35 November 2000[306]
Gabriel Batistuta  ArgentinaRomaBrescia*4–25 November 2000[307]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyJuventus*Vicenza4–028 January 2001[308]
Dario Hübner  ItalyBrescia*Udinese3–111 February 2001[309]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaLazio*Hellas Verona5–325 February 2001[310]
Marco Di Vaio4  ItalyParma*Bari4–011 March 2001[311]
Christian Vieri  ItalyInternazionalePerugia*3–21 April 2001[312]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyBresciaLecce*3–06 May 2001[313]
Giuseppe Signori  ItalyBolognaHellas Verona*4–527 May 2001[314]
Roberto Baggio  ItalyBrescia*Atalanta3–330 September 2001[315]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaLazio*Brescia5–04 November 2001[316]
Marco Di Vaio  ItalyParma*Venezia4–36 January 2002[317]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaLazio*Venezia4–23 March 2002[318]
Vincenzo Montella4  ItalyRoma*Lazio5–110 March 2002[319]
Luca Toni  ItalyBrescia*Perugia3–024 March 2002[320]
Vincenzo Montella  ItalyRoma*Chievo5–028 April 2002[321]
David Trezeguet  FranceJuventus*Brescia5–028 April 2002[322]
Francesco Totti  ItalyRomaBrescia*3–229 September 2002[323]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyMilan*Torino6–06 October 2002[324]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyEmpoli*Reggina4–217 November 2002[325]
Christian Vieri4  ItalyInternazionale*Brescia4–01 December 2002[326]
Claudio López  ArgentinaLazio*Internazionale3–37 December 2002[327]
Christian Vieri  ItalyInternazionale*Empoli3–026 January 2003[328]
Oliver Bierhoff  GermanyChievoJuventus*3–424 May 2003[329]
Enrico Chiesa  ItalySiena*Empoli4–020 September 2003[330]
Andrea Caracciolo  ItalyBresciaLecce*4–15 October 2003[331]
Dino Fava  ItalyUdinesePerugia*3–326 October 2003[332]
Alessandro Del Piero  ItalyJuventus*Siena4–218 January 2004[333]
Tommaso Rocchi  ItalyEmpoli*Juventus3–325 January 2004[334]
David Trezeguet  FranceJuventusEmpoli*3–325 January 2004[334]
Antonio Cassano  ItalyRoma*Siena6–022 February 2004[335]
Alberto Gilardino4  ItalyParma*Udinese4–316 May 2004[336]
Vincenzo Montella  ItalyRomaMessina*3–419 September 2004[337]
Adriano  BrazilInternazionale*Messina5–04 December 2004[338]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaMilan*Lecce5–26 January 2005[339]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  SwedenJuventus*Lecce5–217 January 2005[340]
Francesco Flachi  ItalySampdoria*Reggina3–220 February 2005[341]
David Di Michele  ItalyUdinesePalermo*5–113 March 2005[342]
Tommaso Rocchi  ItalyLazioLecce*3–51 May 2005[343]
Cristiano Lucarelli4  ItalyLivornoParma*4–61 May 2005[344]
Alberto Gilardino4  ItalyParma*Livorno6–41 May 2005[344]
Adriano  BrazilInternazionale*Treviso3–028 August 2005[345]
David Di Michele  ItalyUdineseSiena*3–215 October 2005[346]
Luca Toni  ItalyFiorentina*Parma4–122 October 2005[347]
Erjon Bogdani  AlbaniaSienaPalermo*3–128 January 2006[348]
David Trezeguet  FranceJuventusAscoli*3–129 January 2006[349]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyMilanReggina*4–112 February 2006[350]
Kaká  BrazilMilan*Chievo4–19 April 2006[351]
Cristiano Lucarelli  ItalyLivorno*Palermo3–122 April 2006[352]
Rolando Bianchi  ItalyRegginaPalermo*3–410 September 2006[353]
Gionatha Spinesi  ItalyCatania*Sampdoria4–223 December 2006[354]
Cristiano Lucarelli  ItalyLivorno*Catania4–11 April 2007[355]
Hernán Crespo  ArgentinaInternazionale*Lazio4–313 May 2007[356]
David Trezeguet  FranceJuventus*Livorno5–125 August 2007[357]
Marco Borriello  ItalyGenoa*Udinese3–226 September 2007[358]
David Trezeguet  FranceJuventus*Empoli3–031 October 2007[359]
Nicola Pozzi4  ItalyEmpoli*Cagliari4–19 December 2007[360]
Luca Vigiani  ItalyReggina*Catania3–123 December 2007[361]
Marco Borriello  ItalyGenoaUdinese*5–324 February 2008[362]
Alessandro Del Piero  ItalyJuventusAtalanta*4–020 April 2008[363]
Kaká  BrazilMilan*Reggina5–120 April 2008[364]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyMilanLivorno*4–127 April 2008[365]
Germán Denis  ArgentinaNapoli*Reggina3–029 October 2008[366]
Diego Milito  ArgentinaGenoa*Reggina4–09 November 2008[367]
Giuseppe Mascara  ItalyCatania*Torino3–216 November 2008[368]
Marco Di Vaio  ItalyBologna*Torino4–213 December 2008[369]
Goran Pandev  MacedoniaLazioReggina*3–211 January 2009[370]
Adrian Mutu  RomaniaFiorentinaGenoa*3–315 February 2009[371]
Marco Di Vaio  ItalyBologna*Sampdoria3–08 March 2009[372]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyMilan*Atalanta3–08 March 2009[373]
Sergio Pellissier  ItalyChievoJuventus*3–35 April 2009[374]
Filippo Inzaghi  ItalyMilan*Torino5–119 April 2009[375]
Diego Milito  ArgentinaGenoa*Sampdoria3–13 May 2009[376]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyUdinese*Catania4–213 September 2009[377]
Francesco Totti  ItalyRoma*Bari3–122 November 2009[378]
Ronaldinho  BrazilMilan*Siena4–017 January 2010[379]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyUdinese*Napoli3–17 February 2010[380]
Adaílton  BrazilBolognaGenoa*4–328 February 2010[381]
Cristiano Lucarelli  ItalyLivorno*Roma3–314 March 2010[382]
Mirko Vučinić  MontenegroRoma*Udinese4–220 March 2010[383]
Fabrizio Miccoli  ItalyPalermo*Bologna3–127 March 2010[384]
Miloš Krasić  SerbiaJuventus*Cagliari4–226 September 2010[385]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyUdinese*Lecce4–014 November 2010[386]
Javier Pastore  ArgentinaPalermo*Catania3–114 November 2010[387]
Giampaolo Pazzini  ItalySampdoriaLecce*3–221 November 2010[388]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyUdinese*Napoli3–128 November 2010[389]
Dejan Stanković  SerbiaInternazionale*Parma5–228 November 2010[390]
Nenê  BrazilCagliari*Catania3–012 December 2010[391]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Juventus3–09 January 2011[392]
Alexis Sánchez4  ChileUdinesePalermo*7–027 February 2011[393]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyUdinesePalermo*7–027 February 2011[393]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Sampdoria4–030 January 2011[394]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Lazio4–33 April 2011[395]
Francesco Grandolfo  ItalyBariBologna*4–022 May 2011[396]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Milan3–118 September 2011[397]
Antonio Nocerino  ItalyMilan*Parma4–126 October 2011[398]
Diego Milito4  ArgentinaInternazionale*Palermo4–01 February 2012[399]
Fabrizio Miccoli  ItalyPalermoInternazionale*4–41 February 2012[399]
Germán Denis  ArgentinaAtalanta*Roma*4–126 February 2012[400]
Zlatan Ibrahimović  SwedenMilanPalermo*4–03 March 2012[401]
Joaquín Larrivey  ArgentinaCagliariNapoli*3–69 March 2012[402]
Mauricio Pinilla  ChileCagliari*Cesena3–018 March 2012[403]
Diego Milito  ArgentinaInternazionale*Genoa5–31 April 2012[404]
Diego Milito  ArgentinaInternazionale*Milan4–26 May 2012[405]
Fabrizio Miccoli  ItalyPalermo*Chievo4–46 May 2012[406]
Marco Rigoni  ItalyNovara*Cesena3–06 May 2012[407]
Giampaolo Pazzini  ItalyMilanBologna*3–11 September 2012[408]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Lazio3–026 September 2012[409]
Fabrizio Miccoli  ItalyPalermo*Chievo4–130 September 2012[410]
Fabio Quagliarella  ItalyJuventusPescara*6–110 November 2012[411]
Alberto Paloschi  ItalyChievoGenoa*4–22 December 2012[412]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Roma4–16 January 2013[413]
Mauro Icardi4  ArgentinaSampdoria*Pescara6–027 January 2013[414]
Amauri  ItalyParma*Torino4–110 March 2013[415]
Victor Ibarbo  ColombiaCagliari*Sampdoria3–110 March 2013[416]
Blerim Džemaili   SwitzerlandNapoliTorino*5–330 March 2013[417]
Germán Denis  ArgentinaAtalantaInternazionale*4–37 April 2013[418]
Dani Osvaldo  ItalyRoma*Siena4–028 April 2013[419]
Miroslav Klose5  GermanyLazio*Bologna6–05 May 2013[420]
Edinson Cavani  UruguayNapoli*Internazionale3–15 May 2013[421]
Gonzalo Bergessio  ArgentinaCatania*Siena3–05 May 2013[422]
Adem Ljajić  SerbiaFiorentinaPescara*5–119 May 2013[423]
Giuseppe Rossi  ItalyFiorentina*Juventus4–220 October 2013[424]
Domenico Berardi  ItalySassuolo*Sampdoria4–33 November 2013[425]
Carlos Tevez  ArgentinaJuventus*Sassuolo4–015 December 2013[426]
Domenico Berardi4  ItalySassuolo*Milan4–312 January 2014[427]
Alberto Aquilani  ItalyFiorentina*Genoa3–326 January 2014[428]
Ciro Immobile  ItalyTorino*Livorno3–122 March 2014[429]
Mattia Destro  ItalyRomaCagliari*3–16 April 2014[430]
Alberto Paloschi  ItalyChievoLivorno*4–213 April 2014[431]
Gonzalo Higuaín  ArgentinaNapoli*Lazio4–213 April 2014[432]
Domenico Berardi  ItalySassuoloFiorentina*4–36 May 2014[433]
Antonio Di Natale  ItalyUdinese*Sampdoria3–317 May 2014[434]
Mauro Icardi  ArgentinaInternazionale*Sassuolo7–014 September 2014[435]
Albin Ekdal  SwedenCagliariInternazionale*4–128 September 2014[436]
Filip Đorđević  SerbiaLazio*Palermo4–029 September 2014[437]
Gonzalo Higuaín  ArgentinaNapoli*Hellas Verona6–226 October 2014[438]
Fabio Quagliarella  ItalyTorino*Sampdoria5–11 February 2015[439]
Domenico Berardi  ItalySassuolo*Milan3–217 May 2015[440]
Nikola Kalinić  CroatiaFiorentinaInternazionale*4–127 September 2015[441]
Suso  SpainGenoa*Frosinone4–03 April 2016[442]
Dries Mertens  BelgiumNapoliBologna*6–019 April 2016[443]
Gonzalo Higuaín  ArgentinaNapoliFrosinone*4–014 May 2016[444]
Carlos Bacca  ColombiaMilan*Torino3–221 August 2016[445]
Andrea Belotti  ItalyTorino*Bologna5–128 August 2016[446]
Nikola Kalinić  CroatiaFiorentina*Cagliari5–323 October 2016[447]
Mohamed Salah  EgyptRoma*Bologna3–06 November 2016[448]
Dries Mertens  BelgiumNapoli*Cagliari5–011 December 2016[449]
Dries Mertens4  BelgiumNapoli*Torino5–318 December 2016[450]
Diego Falcinelli  ItalyCrotone*Empoli5–029 January 2017[449]
Marek Hamšík  SlovakiaNapoliBologna*7–14 February 2017[451]
Dries Mertens  BelgiumNapoliBologna*7–14 February 2017[451]
Marco Parolo4  ItalyLazioPescara*6–25 February 2017[452]
Roberto Inglese  ItalyChievoSassuolo*3–112 February 2017[453]
Andrea Belotti  ItalyTorino*Palermo3–15 March 2017[454]
Mauro Icardi  ArgentinaInternazionale*Atalanta7–112 March 2017[455]
Éver Banega  ArgentinaInternazionale*Atalanta7–112 March 2017[455]
Alejandro Darío Gómez  ArgentinaAtalanta*Genoa5–02 April 2017[456]
Mauro Icardi  ArgentinaInternazionaleFiorentina*4–522 April 2017[457]
Keita Baldé Diao  SenegalLazio*Palermo6–223 April 2017[458]
Grégoire Defrel  FranceSassuoloTorino*3–528 May 2017[459]
Paulo Dybala  ArgentinaJuventusGenoa*4–226 August 2017[460]
Ciro Immobile  ItalyLazio*Milan4–110 September 2017[461]
Paulo Dybala  ArgentinaJuventusSassuolo*3–117 September 2017[462]
Dries Mertens  BelgiumNapoli*Benevento6–017 September 2017[463]
Mauro Icardi  ArgentinaInternazionale*Milan3–215 October 2017[464]
Sami Khedira  GermanyJuventusUdinese*6–222 October 2017[465]
Ivan Perišić  CroatiaInternazionale*Chievo5–03 December 2017[466]
Ciro Immobile4  ItalyLazioSPAL*5–26 January 2018[467]
Fabio Quagliarella  ItalySampdoria*Fiorentina3–121 January 2018[468]
Gonzalo Higuaín  ArgentinaJuventus*Sassuolo7–04 February 2018[469]
Mauro Icardi4  ArgentinaInternazionaleSampdoria*5–018 March 2018[470]
Josip Iličić  SloveniaAtalantaHellas Verona*5–018 March 2018[471]
Andrea Belotti  ItalyTorino*Crotone4–14 April 2018[472]
Paulo Dybala  ArgentinaJuventusBenevento*4–27 April 2018[473]
Jordan Veretout  FranceFiorentina*Lazio3–418 April 2018[474]
Giovanni Simeone  ArgentinaFiorentina*Napoli3–029 April 2018[475]

Multiple hat-tricks

The following table lists the minimum number of hat-tricks scored by players who have scored two or more hat-tricks.

Players in bold are still active in Serie A. Players in italics are still active outside the Serie A.

Rank Player Hat-tricks Last hat-trick
1 Giuseppe Meazza 17 16 January 1938
Gunnar Nordahl 12 June 1955
3 Kurt Hamrin 12 5 February 1967
István Nyers 6 February 1955
5 Filippo Inzaghi 10 19 April 2009
Silvio Piola 19 November 1950
7 Adriano Bassetto 9 29 January 1956
Giuseppe Signori 27 May 2001
Omar Sívori 27 January 1963
10 Amedeo Amadei 8 6 November 1949
Roberto Baggio 30 September 2001
Giampiero Boniperti 20 October 1953
Hernán Crespo 13 May 2007
Marco van Basten 8 November 1992
15 Abel Balbo 7 10 January 1999
Edinson Cavani 5 May 2013
Antonio Di Natale 17 May 2014
Eddie Firmani 5 March 1961
Vincenzo Montella 19 September 2004
Pierino Prati 11 May 1975
21 José Altafini 6 5 February 1967
Gabriel Batistuta 5 November 2000
Sergio Brighenti 14 January 1962
Guglielmo Gabetto 11 April 1948
Mauro Icardi 18 March 2018
Marco Di Vaio 8 March 2009
Harald Nielsen 8 December 1963
Gino Pivatelli 1 May 1960
Paolino Pulici 21 January 1979
30 Alessandro Altobelli 5 5 October 1986
Renzo Burini 3 May 1953
John Charles 21 February 1960
Pedro Manfredini 22 September 1963
Valentino Mazzola 5 October 1947
Dries Mertens 17 September 2017
Diego Milito 6 May 2012
David Trezeguet 31 October 2007
38 Pietro Anastasi 4 27 April 1975
Antonio Valentín Angelillo 11 October 1964
Domenico Berardi 17 May 2015
Roberto Boninsegna 6 October 1974
Marco Branca 14 April 1996
Alessandro Del Piero 20 April 2008
Gonzalo Higuaín 4 February 2018
Cristiano Lucarelli 1 May 2005
Fabrizio Miccoli 30 September 2012
Giuseppe Savoldi 18 September 1977
Christian Vieri 26 January 2003
49 Andrea Belotti 3 4 April 2018
Pierluigi Casiraghi 5 March 1995
Enrico Chiesa 20 September 2003
Germán Denis 7 April 2013
Paulo Dybala 7 April 2018
Alberto Galassi 2 October 1949
Carlo Galli 13 April 1958
Francesco Graziani 12 November 1978
John Hansen 10 February 1952
Ciro Immobile 6 January 2018
Hasse Jeppson 27 September 1953
Sandro Mazzola 18 September 1966
Poul Rasmussen 17 April 1955
Carlo Reguzzoni 14 June 1931
Gino Rossetti 12 March 1933
Roberto Pruzzo 16 February 1986
Fabio Quagliarella 21 January 2018
Angelo Schiavio 22 January 1933
Luís Vinício 3 November 1963
Pasquale Vivolo 23 November 1952
Rodolfo Volk 6 July 1930
69 Adriano 2 28 August 2005
Massimo Agostini 23 May 1993
Carlos Aguilera 9 May 1993
Francesco Baiano 18 April 1992
Carlo Barbieri 15 April 1948
Roberto Bettega 13 September 1981
Oliver Bierhoff 24 May 2003
Marco Borriello 24 February 2008
Néstor Combin 22 October 1967
David Di Michele 15 October 2005
Alberto Gilardino 1 May 2005
Enrique Guaita 26 April 1934
Karl Aage Hansen 1 January 1950
Dario Hübner 11 February 2001
Zlatan Ibrahimović 3 March 2012
Kaká 20 April 2008
Nikola Kalinić 23 October 2016
Jürgen Klinsmann 9 September 1990
Engelbert König 17 March 1946
Roberto Mancini 4 January 1997
Alberto Marchetti 25 April 1943
Aurelio Milani 21 January 1962
Giacomo Neri 27 April 1941
Bruno Quaresima 30 November 1947
Alberto Paloschi 13 April 2014
Pietro Paolo Virdis 9 October 1988
Ezio Pascutti 10 April 1966
Giampaolo Pazzini 1 September 2012
Igor Protti 20 April 1997
Ettore Puricelli 4 January 1948
Luigi Riva 6 October 1968
Tommaso Rocchi 1 May 2005
Paolo Rossi 4 March 1979
Andriy Shevchenko 30 January 2000
Jørgen Leschly Sørensen 10 January 1954
Carlo Stradella 1 January 1948
Luca Toni 22 October 2005
Francesco Totti 22 November 2009
Giovanni Vecchina 8 March 1931
Pietro Paolo Virdis 31 January 1982
Luigi Ziroli 22 December 1929

Notes

  1. Serie A was established in 1929, the successor of Divisione Nazionale, Prima Divisione and Prima Categoria

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