Mark Viduka, who turns 37 today, may have captained Australia at the 2006 World Cup, but the highlight of his career came one autumn day in 2000 when Liverpool visited Leeds United.
A £6m signing from Celtic that summer, having taken six games to score his first goal the Australian went into the match with Gerard Houllier's Reds having netted six times in eight games.
A fixture between budding pretenders to Manchester United's domestic dominance, it is rightly remembered as one of the greatest English league matches of the century, chiefly thanks to Viduka's remarkable quartet.
Liverpool lead 2-0 and 3-2, but Viduka pounced in the 24th, 47th and 73rd minutes to beat Sander Westerveld for his first hat-trick in English football.
Not content with a treble, he made it a quadruple in the 75th minute to send the Elland Road Kop into raptures in what is one of the highest points of Leeds' David O'Leary-inspired hegemony.