EPL: Why Haaland won’t stop scoring


Manchester City striker, Erling Haaland is unstoppable at the moment and everyone can see his capacity ever since he has joined the Premier League. He has been seen has a deadly striker ready to destroy any opponent his team faces and that he has been doing up till now.

The latest record was the Manchester Derby last weekend where he put on an empatic display by scoring a hatrick leading his team to beat Manchester united 6-3.

Haaland also became the first player in the competition’s history to score in each of his first four Premier League away games and also to score three consecutive goals in three straight matches.  The Premier League record for most goals scored after a player’s first 10 games belongs to Mick Quinn, Papiss Cissé and Diego Costa, all of them having scored 11. It took Haaland just 7 games to equal that. The possibilities and the potential this player has is endless.

He has also scored more Premier League goals in seven appearances than ex-Chelsea player Timo Werner managed in 56 games (10) after coming from RB Leipzig.

With the goal against Manchester United,  Haaland has now scored 103 goals across all club competitions since he joined Dortmund at the start of 2020.

On Saturday, Manchester City will be facing Southampton at the Etihad stadium and this will be a joy to watch the goal scoring machine shine his way through just like how he has been doing before.

No doubt, with Ering Haaland form this season he is going to break all goal scoring record and make a new name in the Premier League.