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10 players who has scored 4 great Goal in One match

1, 2, 3, 4. At the point when the ball hits the rear of the net, its news. In any case, when four goals are scored by 1 player, at that point its gigantic news. Here's a rundown of 10 players who have scored 4 goals in a game. 

1 Robert Lewandoski (Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid

Perhaps the best striker on the planet, all around dreaded for his completing capacities, Lewandoski increased world unmistakable quality when he scored 4 goals against Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals while at Borussia Dortmund. The

The Polish chief opened the scoring with a short proximity wrap up, the Real Madrid goalkeeper. In any case, Real Madrid adjusted later on in the match through charm, Cristiano Ronaldo. 

The game would flip completely around, as Lewandoski would proceed to add to his first strike - scoring three additional objectives. His third objective was a marvel, as he was forced to bear a ball from Marcel Schmelzer over the crate, moving it away from Pepe and terminating the ball into the top corner. He polished off the game with his (and Dortmund's) fourth from the punishment spot. His four objectives made him the main player to score four objectives against Real Madrid in a bosses group semi-last match. 

2 Luis Suarez (Liverpool v Norwich City) 

During his time in Liverpool, Suarez became well known with his capacity to make something from nothing, just as his explanations behind completing capacity. Albeit dubious, Suarez put in the work on the field, and one of his standard casualties were Norwich City. In the wake of scoring a ha stunt at Carrow Road once, Norwich City turned into a normal group which Suarez would appreciate scoring against - netting in excess of 10 objectives against them (the most against any group he had looked in the Premier League). 

His four objectives against Norwich City at Anfield exemplified and totally fabulous, yet annihilating execution, as the Uruguayan was in his component. The pick of the bundle was his volley from in excess of 30 yards which found the goalkeeper napping. He at that point scored a superb free-kick, and included another phenomenal objective, cherishing the ball over a safeguard and afterward hitting it into the rear of the net. 

Suarez would wind up winning the brilliant boot that season, without scoring a solitary punishment. 

3 Andrey Arshavin (Liverpool v Arsenal) 

Arshavin's presentation at Anfield stays extraordinary compared to other individual away exhibitions as of late. The Russian, who has quite recently moved to Arsenal from Russia, indicated what he was fit for on the pitch of play. 

Arshavin's objective in the primary half to put Arsenal ahead would fill in as a springboard for what was to come in the subsequent half - a shower of objectives. 

Fernando Torres and Yossi Benayoun scored quickfire objectives to put Liverpool ahead. Arshavin would anyway not be stopped as he got his second and third objectives over the course of about three minutes to turn the game on its head for 3-2. Torres indeed leveled issues, just for Theo Walcott's counter-assault to prompt Arshavin's fourth in the 89th moment. 

Liverpool would anyway escape with only a point, as Benayoun sprung up by and by to snatch his support and level issues at 4-4. 

4 Marco van Basten (AC Milan v IFK Goteberg) 

The Dutchman who is all around associated with his volley during his time with the Netherlands turned into the first man to score four objectives in quite a while League coordinate, doing as such against IFK Goteberg in 1992. 

The unbelievable forward demonstrated a brief look at his completing ability, putting the swedish side tp the blade, with the pick of the pack, his third - a splendid bike kick from simply inside the crate. 

5 Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden v England) 

Albeit an agreeable match, it didn't prevent the huge Swede from demonstrating exactly how deadly he was, as he scored an objective that would win him the Puskas grant the following year. 

Zlatan put Sweden ahead, in the wake of jabbing the ball in from short proximity. Be that as it may, England would react with objectives from Danny Welbeck and Steven Caulker. 

With under 20 minutes to go, Zlatan Ibrahimovic would become the overwhelming focus, as he turned the game on its head like a wheel, scoring two fast fire objectives — the last a free-kick. He would the top his presentation with a magnificent aerobatic overhead kick over Joe Hart from in excess of 30 yards - an enormous screamer. 

6 Lionel Messi 

A bosses group coordinate which saw the inconsistent Argentinian show exactly what he could do, as Barcelona required a splendid presentation in their subsequent leg champions alliance bind to experience. 

Niklas Bendtner had put Arsenal ahead. Anyway that would spike on, and furious the Barcelona starman, Lionel Messi, who steered Arsenal with a clinical first-half cap stunt over the course of about 21 minutes. 

His last objective would be the pick of the bundle, as he began a splendid performance run which prompted his fourth objective with a couple of moments to save. 

7 Mario Gomez (Bayern Munich v Basel) 

Despite the fact that the victors group season finished in tears for Bayern Munich, Mario Gomez would anyway still have a sufficient battle for himself, as he stowed four objectives against Swiss side, FC Basel. 

Subsequent to trailing from the primary leg by a solitary objective, Bayern had a difficult, but not impossible task ahead, Gomez scored multiple times as Bayern tore Basel separated like hot blade through margarine to proceed onward to the following round, winning by 7-0. 

8 Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid v Malmo) 

The Portuguese forward would show what he was made of by scoring multiple times, as Real Madrid pounded the Swedish side by 8-0. 

In a Champions League game, the Portuguese forward was cruel in his completing the process of, scoring multiple times as Real Madrid cleared Malmo aside in 2015. Individual colleague, Karim Benzema likewise got a hatrick for himself. 

9 Serge Gnabry (Tottenham v Bayern Munich) 

The previous Arsenal foundation item, who was discounted by previous West Brom administrator, Tony Pulis, would wind up turning North London red (truly), as he packed away four objectives in the Champions League installation at White Hart Lane. 

The German was feeling obliterating, as all that he did appeared to transform into gold, scoring a fine strike after a performance run, and a shot from a simply fresh. The game finished 7-2, with Robert Lewandoski scoring a support, and Phillipe Coutinho adding to the count. The game would not be overlooked in a rush as the previous Arsenal man tweeted "North London is Red". 

10 Sergio Aguero (Manchester City v Tottenham) 

The Argentine, who is viewed as perhaps the best striker in Premier League history indicated his completing capacities, scoring four objectives against Tottenham at the Etihad. 

In spite of the fact that he missed a punishment, Aguero still wound up scoring twice from the punishment spot, with Spurs finding a reaction through Danish midfielder, Christian Eriksen, to make the game 1-1 following 15 minutes. 

Aguero scored an extra three objectives, after Eriksen's equalizer, just as additionally missing a punishment in the main half. 

There have been a few players who have scored four goals yet these are the most extraordinary, is any absent? leave your contemplations in the remarks.

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