Erling Haaland is on track to set plenty of records this season and has already scored more goals than 13 teams in the Premier League so far.
The Norweigan has dominated the top-flight since joining Manchester City in the summer and after already breaking records, he looks set to smash many more.
His tally of 11 goals in seven games has him sat clear as the league’s top scorer as the international break begins.
The striker has netted in every match but one this season and is sitting above multiple teams in the goalscoring charts.
Haaland has outscored:
- West Ham (3)
- Wolves (3)
- Everton (5)
- Bournemouth (6)
- Nottingham Forest (6)
- Aston Villa (6)
- Southampton (7)
- Crystal Palace (7)
- Newcastle (8)
- Chelsea (8)
- Manchester United (8)
- Leicester (10)
- Leeds (10)
How many goals?!
The City striker is currently scoring at the rate of a goal every 52 minutes which means he could theoretically reach a whopping 64 goals this season.
Of course this is unlikely, as Haaland would have to play every minute of the rest of the season while scoring at that rate.
But these staggering numbers even being possible shows just how good the 22-year-old has been so far this campaign.
The current record for most goals in a 38-game season in the Premier League is 32 goals which was achieved by Mohamed Salah in 2018.
It’s becoming increasingly likely that Haaland will be challenging or even cruising past that number come the end of the season.
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Frighteningly for the rest of the league, Pep Guardiola revealed that he thinks his striker can be even better after the Citizens beat Wolves last weekend.
He said: “He’s an exceptional striker, I’ve said it many times. But at the age he is, and I think he has ambition, he wants to be better, and I think he will be better.
“He’s a perfect person to manage. He’s a nice guy and this is the most important thing. The quality he has he had before he came here, he has continued to do what he has done. We didn’t add many things.”
If he does get better like himself and his manager believe, then Haaland will likely be adding more records to his collection.
During the game at Molineux on Saturday, Haaland became the first player to score in his first four away games in the Premier League.
Before this, he had already broken Sergio Aguero’s record of eight for the most goals scored in the opening five games of the season by scoring nine.
In Europe, the striker is the youngest player ever to reach 20 goals in the Champions League and was also the fastest player to do the same, achieving the feat in only 14 games.
With 31 games remaining in the league and more in Europe, he is on track to end the season with his name scattered all over the history books.
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