Alfie May understandably stole the headlines in a crazy afternoon of football with his four goals in Saturday's 5-5 draw at Wycombe Wanderers.
The striker notched four of Cheltenham's five strikes in a dramatic afternoon at Adams Park.
He opened the scoring and then after falling behind played a key role twice in helping the team come from behind to level on two occasions.
He had scored four goals previously in an FA Cup tie for Doncaster Rovers against Chorley, but to do so in a League One fixture was special, as he also praised his teammates and strike partner Kion Etete for the roles they played in the game.
"My first hat-trick in the League, to score four, it's great," he said.
"My mum said to me when I was walking out the door she wants the match ball today so she's got it now hasn't she? But I don't know if I'm going to give it to her!
"What a crazy game - 5-5? When we went in at half time we probably knew that we needed to give a little bit more and we knew there were going to be goals - the wind was causing problems. That's what didn't help for us in the first half.
"I don't think we'll have another game like that."
Watch the full post-match interview with May above on iFollow and on the EFL iFollow app.
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