Everton winger, Richarlison has made history at Tokyo 2020, by becoming the first Premier League player to hit a hat-trick at the Olympic Games.
Richarlison struck a stunning hat-trick inside 30 minutes as defending Olympic champions Brazil beat Germany 4-2 in their opening Group D game of the Olympics.
He has etched his name into the Guinness Book of Records having achieved what other English top-flight star before him has not done.
He opened the scoring, driving home at the second attempt in the seventh minute, before heading Brazil into a 2-0 lead. He completed his hat-trick with a fine strike in the 30th minute with the Germany defence in chaos.
Richarlison got the second with his head from close range following some good work from Arana on the flanks and he completed his treble inside the half hour mark, cutting in on his right foot, before picking his spot and curling the ball into the far corner.
The match finished 4-2 with Germany managing to pull two goals back but Brazil held on and capped off their win with a late goal from Paulinho.
It was a brilliant display from Richarlison, though, and Everton fans will be hoping he can continue his good form under new boss Rafael Benitez even though he won’t be there for the start of the season due to his participation at the Games.