Raheem Sterling scored first 2019/2020 Premier League hat-trick

Raheem Sterling shines as he scored the first hat-trick in the 2019/2020 season in a match against West Ham United.

Sterling sees the back of the net at the 51st minute, then at the 75th minute and at the 90th minute.

The England international steals the star of the match with his outstanding performance and display.

Gabriel Jesus opened the scoreboard with a goal in the 25th minute before Sterling goal in the 51st minute.

Sterling scored his second goal in the 75th minute.

Sergio Aguero joined both in the 86th minute when he scored a penalty as a result to rough tackle to Riyad Mahrez.

Norwich defender, Grant Hanley scored the first own-goal this season when he deflected the ball in his team’s net with a cross from Origi.

West Ham vs Manchester City match facts


Match Date: Saturday, August 10, 2019
Time: 12:30
Tournament: Premier League – Week 1
Referee: Mike Dean
Stadium: London Stadium


West Ham United have scored 8 goals in their last 3 matches.

Manchester City haven’t drawn in their last 12 matches.

Manchester City have won the previous 9 matches against West Ham United.

The reigning Premier League champions have only lost their opening match of the next league season on two previous occasions: Leicester City in 2016-17 (1-2 away at Hull City) and Chelsea in 2017-18 (2-3 at home to Burnley).

Man City have won their last seven competitive matches against West Ham United by an aggregate score of 23-3.

Manchester City have won more competitive games at the London Stadium against West Ham than any other away team (4).

Manchester City have scored 17 goals against West Ham at the London Stadium; eight more goals than any other opposition side away at the Hammers in this ground.

For the sixth consecutive campaign, West Ham are kicking off their Premier League season against one of the ‘big six’ sides, with Man City being the sixth different side they’ve faced in that time. The Hammers have lost four of their previous five, with the exception being a 2-0 win at Arsenal in 2015-16.

Manchester City are unbeaten in their last 10 opening Premier League fixtures (W9 D1), winning each of the last eight. Victory here will see them equal Chelsea’s Premier League record of nine successive opening day wins between 2002-03 and 2010-11.

West Ham United have won three of their last five home matches against reigning Premier League champions (L2), though they did lose this exact fixture 0-4 last season.

Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero has scored six goals on MD1 of previous Premier League seasons; more than any player still playing in the Premier League. The only players with more MD1 goals in Premier League history are Wayne Rooney (8), Alan Shearer (8), Frank Lampard (8) and Teddy Sheringham (7).

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez has faced Manchester City six times in the Premier League without scoring – against no side has he played more without finding the net (also six vs Arsenal). However, all six of these appearances have been as a substitute.

Manchester City’s David Silva has scored in four of his last five games against West Ham in all competitions, including in all three of his appearances at the London Stadium. He’s scored more goals against the Hammers for Man City than he has any other side (six, including five in the Premier League).

WEEK 1: Premier League results (2019/2020)

Friday, August 9, 2019
FT Liverpool 4 – 1 Norwich

Saturday, August 10, 2019
FT West Ham United 0 – 5 Manchester City
FT AFC Bournemouth 1 – 1 Sheffield United
FT Burnley 3 – 0 Southampton
FT Crystal Palace 0 – 0 Everton
FT Watford 0 – 3 Brighton & Hove Albion
FT Tottenham Hotspur 3 – 1 Aston Villa

Sunday, August 11, 2019
FT Leicester City 0 – 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers
FT Newcastle United 0 – 1 Arsenal
FT Manchester United 4 – 0 Chelsea

WEEK 1: Premier League fixtures (2019/2020)

Friday, August 9, 2019
20:00 Liverpool – Norwich

Saturday, August 10, 2019
12:30 West Ham United – Manchester City
15:00 AFC Bournemouth – Sheffield United
15:00 Burnley – Southampton
15:00 Crystal Palace – Everton
15:00 Watford – Brighton & Hove Albion
17:30 Tottenham Hotspur – Aston Villa

Sunday, August 11, 2019
14:00 Leicester City – Wolverhampton Wanderers
14:00 Newcastle United – Arsenal
16:30 Manchester United – Chelsea