Robbie Keane’s first hat-trick for Spurs

Robbie Keane provided no shortage of goals across two spells at Tottenham, the former Republic of Ireland international a firm fans’ favourite at White Hart Lane.

Keane signed for Spurs from Leeds in 2002 and wasted little time in making an impression, finishing as the club’s leading scorer including a first hat-trick in a thrilling 4-3 win against Everton.

Keane proved the difference in an entertaining and end-to-end game with the Toffees in north London, scoring three times to increase his ever-growing popularity at the capital club.

The Dubliner scored 122 goals in all competitions across his two spells at Spurs and formed some iconic partnerships, starring in tandem alongside the likes of Jermain Defoe and Dimitar Berbatov during his time with the club.

He also had spells at Wolves, Coventry, Inter Milan, Liverpool and West Ham amongst others, with the Irishman the 15th-highest scorer in Premier League history.

Here is Robbie Keane’s first hat-trick for Tottenham.


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