On-loan Manchester City striker Enes Unal scored a hat-trick on his full Twente debut as the Eredivisie giants beat Groningen 4-3.
Unal became the first Turkish international to score a hat-trick and needed just 16 minutes to work his magic.
The three goals scored were all pretty special as well with Unal showing just why he is rated as one of the brightest players in Turkish football.
Enes Unal scores hat-trick on his Twente debut.
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The young striker joined Twente on a one-year loan deal over the summer turning down a return to NAC Breda who City currently have a partnership with in favour of top-tier football.
The 19-year-old striker joined City on a £2 million move from Bursaspor last season. The Turkish intentional striker is currently unable to play in England due to not having a work permit – Unal is not an EU citizen.
The young striker scored nine goals and provided two assists in 11 matches for NAC Breda after joining the club in January. Unal also scored twice at Belgium outfit Genk over the first half of the season.
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