Kun's hat-trick on Chelsea allows him to break new ground in the Premier League's historic records, placing him among great legends like Alan Shearer and Jamie Carragher as one of the most prolific goalscorers in the league ever.
He had managed to score three times on Arsenal last week - and this Sunday, Sergio repeatead the feat to match Alan Shearer as the top hat-trick producers in the Premier League ever, with 11 apiece. But that's not the only record he broke over the weekend. Kun also became the 6th player in the league to ever make it past 200 combined goals/assists, sharing the honour with the like of Rooney and Giggs (Man United), Gerrard (Liverpool), Henry (Arsenal) and Lampard (Chelsea). On the other hand, his three goals lifted his tally to match Mohammed Salah's as this season's top scorers, each having netted 17 goals for their team. That being said, Sergio's goals-per-minute average stands a bit higher than his Egyptian counterpart, with 109.56 against 107.62 respectively. Kun has 8 goals to his name on 2019 so far, twice as many as any other player - and more than 11 other teams combined. Sergio is also the first Man City player to net 3 goals on Arsenal since 1920, when Tommy Browell accomplished it 99 years ago. Kun also stands as the first Premier League player to score two hat-tricks on Chelsea (once in 2016 and now in 2019). There's another revealing stat on Sergio's impact on Premier League history - he's scored 43 goals throughout his 64 appearances on Big 6 derbies (Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool, Tottenham, and Arsenal), leaving a wide gap with any runners-up. Kun is Man City's greatest historic goalscorer throughout all competitions, and now, he's the current top goalscorer in the Premier League too. In 322 matches so far, he's scored 221 times and performed 63 assistances.