Roberto Soldado scored a very impressive hat-trick for Fenerbahce this afternoon.
The Spanish striker signed for the Turkish giants in August, but hadn’t managed to grab a goal for his new team before today’s game against Sivasspor.
But he certainly made up for going eight games without a goal, brilliantly netting a hat-trick.
Fenerbahce had taken the lead in the game through Nabil Dirar, but Thievy Bifouma equalised for the visitors before Soldado stole the show.
The former Tottenham striker – who was disappointing during his time in north London – showed no signs of lacking confidence in front of goal for the treble.
Soldado’s first was a brilliant overhead kick:
Then his second was a determined effort, where he stripped a defender of the ball before firing home:
And his third was maybe the best, superbly dinking beyond the goalkeeper to complete the hat-trick:
Soldado certainly doesn’t look like he’s going to have a problem scoring goals in Turkey.
Fenerbahce will now be hoping he can go on to get more goals for them and inspire the team to a Turkish title and some success in Europe.