Haaland's numbers aim to smash all records
what with the haaland numbers, The Norwegian is the forward of the present and of the future, it is something that no longer escapes anyone. With his five goals RB Leizpig (where he matched the milestone achieved by Leo Messi) in one of the biggest wins in the history of the Champions League, the Manchester City attacker became with 22 years and 236 days in player youngest to score 30 goals in the Champions League. But not only that, If not, he has achieved it in just 25 matches in the highest European club competition.
Haaland's numbers on the way to breaking all possible records
In his debut season in the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund in the season 2019-2020, Haaland scored 13 goals in 15 league matches, making him the second top scorer of the season despite joining the team in January from RB Salzburg where i had marked 29 goals in season and a half.
In the season 2020-2021, Haaland continued his impressive scoring run, marking 27 goals in 28 league matches. further, also scored 10 goals in the UEFA Champions League in the same season, which made him the top scorer in the competition.
In the season 2021-22 he continued scoring goals with the Borussia shirt until he reached the 29 goals. Now, is on track to smash all records this season 2022-23. And it is that Erling has scored a whopping 39 goals with Manchester City so far this season. And they still have 2 months and a half of competition.
With scarcely 22 years, the ‘Cyborg’ has already scored between clubs (Molde FK, RB Salzburg, Borussia y City) and the norwegian team, the chilling figure 225 goals what makes him, if nothing happens, in the firm candidate to become one of top scorers in history.
His father was also a City footballer
The surname Haaland is not strange in the English Premier. Not in vain, his father Alf-Inge was also a professional and played in teams as important as Leeds United and Manchester City itself. Precisely wearing the 'blue’ suffered a serious injury after a hard tackle from Roy Keane in a Manchester derby. An entry that the Irishman later recognized was on purpose and with the intention of causing as much pain as possible.