Chelsea star sets double records in 7-0 win over Norwich

Chelsea Football Club player, Mason Mount is one of the players to be reckoned with in the colours of the Blues. He is a player that always prove to be up to the task whenever he is on duty for the Blues.

As Chelsea defeated Norwich City in the MatchDay9 fixture, Mason Mount put his name on the scoresheet and made two records in the memorable thrilling encounter.

In this write-up, we shall be taking a look at Two Records Mason Mount Made As He Scores A Hat Trick Against Norwich City.First and foremost, Mason Mount made history as the first player to score a hat trick in the English Premier League in the 2021/22 season. Mason netted the three goals against Norwich City as they demolished the Canaries 7-0 at Stamford Bridge in the MatchDay9 of the English Premier League.

Mason scored the opening goal of the encounter in the 8th minute, Hudson-Odoi made it two in the 18th minute while Reece James scored the third goal in the 42nd minute before it was halftime.

At the resumption of the second half, Ben Chilwell continued the destruction of the Canaries as he netted a goal in the 57th minute to make it 4 nil. Max Aaron scored an own goal in the 62nd minute as the game stands at 5-0. Mason Mount completed the massacre of Norwich City as he scored from the penalty spot in the 85th minute and his third goal in the 91st minute of the cracker.At the end of the game, it was three goals and one assist for Mason Mount as he had a great performance against Norwich City.

Another record made by Mason Mount has he netted a hat trick for Chelsea against Norwich City is the fact he became the 20th Chelsea Player to score a hat trick in the history of the English Premier League. Mason’s profile seems to be on the rising side as he kept improving game after game.

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