Norwegian star Erling Halland has surpassed the number of world football legends led by Argentinean Lionel Messi and Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, as well as world legends in Europe and South America.
Halland scored 17 goals for Manchester City in his first 11 games, including 14 goals from 8 rounds in the English Premier League, setting many records in his first season with the heavenly side he joined from Borussia Dortmund in the summer this year. .
And the British newspaper The Sun has confirmed that Haaland has scored 103 goals in his first 100 matches against European top league teams in various competitions, the most by any player in the history of football.
Haaland scored for Borussia Dortmund in various competitions, 86 goals in 89 games, then went on to score 17 goals in his first 11 games for Manchester City, bringing his total to 103 goals in 100 league big five appearances.
Halland has surpassed football legends led by Argentina’s Lionel Messi, the former Spanish star of Barcelona, who scored just 41 goals in his first 100 appearances for the Catalan team.