Phil Foden scored a hattrick in the Manchester derby.
The England playmaker scored the first hattrick of his career and took his goal tally to 50 goals for his boyhood club Manchester City.
Foden has been regular at England since breaking onto the scene at Manchester City.
Both Foden and Haaland scored hattricks on Sunday afternoon thrashing their neighbours 6-3 in their Premier League.
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The England midfielder said: “It’s a team game and everyone has their day but I’m so happy, it is a dream come true – playing in the derby and supporting the club as well.
“To be able to score three is special for me. It’s been a long time coming. I have scored two goals a couple of times now but thankfully, I am happy to score a hat-trick now.
“I have been dreaming about scoring against Manchester United and things just fell for me in the right areas and I am really thankful that I put them away.”
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