But who was the last player to take the match ball home for your club in a Premier League or First Division game?
Check out our findings below…
Aaron Ramsey was the last Gunners player to take home the match ball
The Welshman, who will soon be playing his football for Juventus, netted three in a 5-1 home victory against Everton in February 2018 under Arsene Wenger.
Callum Wilson was the last Cherries player to bag a hat-trick for the south coast outfit.
The forward netted three as his side hammered Huddersfield 4-0 in November 2017.
The last player to score three in a top-flight game for the Seagulls was Gordon Smith almost 40 years ago.
The Scotsman, who was signed for Brighton for a then club record fee of £350,00 from Rangers, proved his worth when he netted a hat-trick against Coventry in October 1980.
Andre Gray was the last Claret to take home the match ball.
The current Watford marksman bagged a hat-trick in a 4-1 win against Sunderland in December 2016.
Unfortunately for the Bluebirds, no player has ever scored a hat-trick in England’s top flight for the club.
However, it is hardly surprising as this season is only their second time featuring in the top division.
Yannick Bolasie was the last to score three for the Eagles in a 4-1 win against Sunderland in April 2015.
The Ivorian is now playing his football for Aston Villa in the Championship.
The Premier League’s second top scorer in history, Wayne Rooney, is the last player to score three for the Toffees.
The veteran striker netted a hat-trick in a 4-0 win against West Ham last term, and scored one of the goals of the season in the game too.
The last Cottager to score three was Pavel Pogrebnyak back in March 2012.
The Russian striker was lethal in a 5-0 Fulham victory against Wolves.
No player has ever scored a top flight hat-trick for the Terriers.
And it doesn’t look likely either as they struggle at the bottom of the Premier League.
Unsurprisingly, Jamie Vardy was the last to score a hat-trick for the Foxes back in December 2016.
Leicester’s talisman netted three against Manchester City and they famously went onto win the title.
Roberto Firmino scored a hat-trick for the Reds as recently as a month ago when Liverpool dismantled Arsenal 5-1 at Anfield.
It was the second hat-trick in December for Jurgen Klopp’s men as Mohamed Salah scored three a couple weeks before.
Sergio Aguero was the last to score three in a game for the champions when he netted his ninth hat-trick back in August.
He scored three against Huddersfield as Pep Guardiola’s side hammered the Terriers 6-1 at home.
Robin van Persie was the last to score three for the Red Devils when he sealed his side’s Premier League title in a 3-0 win against Aston Villa.
He netted all of the goals in the game and won the Golden Boot that season.
Liverpool’s current star Sadio Mane was the last Saints player to net three goals in a top flight game.
The Senegal international bagged a hat-trick in a 4-2 win against Manchester City in May 2015.
Harry Kane was the last to score a hat-trick for Spurs in a 5-2 win against Southampton in December 2017.
But the three he scored came over a year ago and with his recent injury this season he faces a hard task to score another this season.
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Andy Carroll was the last player to score three for the Hammers.
The tall striker bagged three as West Ham drew 3-3 with Arsenal in a six goal thriller at Upton Park in April 2016.
As already mentioned, Jota netted three for the Premier League newcomers this weekend.
But under Nuno this season, you wouldn’t bet against another player to score three for Wanderers in the 15 matches remaining.