30-minute spell, with Jacobs saying his players “delivered a master-class to a team that had never before been so outplayed and mesmerised”.
Sollosi opened the scoring when a ricochet in the penalty box fell into his path and after taking a touch, he buried the shot low into the net.
Steve Summers doubled the lead soon after with an individual piece of magic. He received the ball 35 yards out and curled the ball into the top corner.
This was followed by another from clinical finish from Sollosi. Hendon simply could not handle him. The visitors rallied towards the end of the half and hauled themselves back into the game via two bullet headers.
Redbridge were rocking but then came a contender for goal of the season from Sollosi. A twinkle-toed run left several Hendon players in his wake before he lifted the ball over Russell Corin to complete his hattrick.
Both teams drew breath at halftime after a high-octane 45 minutes and although Hendon scored for a third time, Redbridge held on comfortably in the second half.
Redbridge boss Jon Jacobs said: