Kylian Mbappe scored four as Paris Saint-Germain thrashed rivals Lyon to maintain their 100 per cent Ligue 1 start.
The 19-year-old’s stunning haul came in just 13 second half minutes as PSG remain eight points clear at the top.
Mbappe, who helped France to World Cup glory in July, bagged his first with a low strike off the post.
The teen then slid in for his second before keeping his cool to claim the matchball.
He then put the icing on the cake with just over quarter of an hour to go as he stroked home from close range.
Mbappe has now reached the ten goal barrier for PSG this season in just seven matches.
The world’s most-expensive footballer Neymar had given the hosts the lead at Parc des Princes from the penalty spot after nine minutes.
PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe was given his marching order on the half hour mark after VAR spotted he had caught Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele’s shin with his studs.
But visiting midfielder Lucas Tousart joined him in the showers before half time as he received his second booking for a foul on Mbappe.
Thomas Tuchel’s PSG look bang on course to march on a claim a sixth title in seven seasons.