Erling Haaland has become the first-ever player to score in all of his first four away games in the Premier League.
The Manchester City star has only played seven top-flight games, but has already netted 11 times, making the fastest start in the league’s history.
And now he is making the history books yet again.
Haaland scored his latest goal in the 16th minute against Wolves, marking his 14th of the season in all competitions.
After being fed the ball by Bernardo Silva, the former Borussia Dortmund star charged towards goal with ease, before firing past Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa and doubling City’s lead after Jack Grealish’s opener.
“When he hits it, it’s a bit scruffy. But it was noticeable how Kilman backed off. You have to deny that guy,” talkSPORT’s co-commentator for the game Andy Townsend said.
“They were petrified of him.”
Most notably, though, Haaland’s goal marks the first time anyone in the league has scored in all of their first four away games.
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The 22-year-old netted twice on his debut against West Ham at the London Stadium, then again away at Newcastle and also got on the score sheet in his side’s 1-1 draw at Villa Park.
The Norwegian’s goal at Molineux also marks the seventh game in a row that he has found the net.
As the teams went in at half-time, though, Haaland didn’t seem too pleased, with him pushing a camera way from his face as he walked towards the tunnel.
After locking eyes with the camera, a look of frustration appeared on Haaland’s face as he pushed the lense away from him.
City went on to make it 3-0 after the break through Phil Foden, taking advantage of Bruno Lage’s side going down to 10 men after Nathan Collins was sent off for a reckless challenge on Grealish.
Pep Guardiola’s side’s win sees them replace Arsenal at the top of the Premier League table, with the Gunners next in action against Brentford on Sunday.
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