Erling Braut Haaland’s results amaze and engage the entire world. His average score in his first two months in the Premier League is over 60 league goals this season.
On Saturday it happened again. Haaland scored another league goal in Manchester City’s 4-0 win over Southampton. 22 years from Jæren Equivalent to the Northern Irish record of Billy McAdams from 1957 With goals in 10 consecutive matches for the club.
– A real animal, the Argentine sports newspaper describes first.
It is brutal to maintain one goal per battle over four years. He has changed club and national team three times, but clearly does not know the words “adapt” or “transition”. His stats only improve the higher the level, writes Brazilian commentator Carlos Eduardo Mansour, in oh globo.
Haaland has developed significantly through the four clubs of Molde (20 goals / 50 games), Salzburg (29 goals / 27 games), Borussia Dortmund (86 goals / 89 games) and Manchester City (20 goals / 13 games).
This week O Globo compared the Norwegian’s goal stats with Cristiano Ronaldo (37) and Lionel Messi (35) at the same stage in his career. Our great goal-scoring legends of our century were far behind at the same age.
Football continues to produce great talents like Neymar, Vinicius Jr or Mbappe. Haaland is different. Carlos Eduardo Mansour writes in Brazil’s largest sports newspaper that he does not present the audience with artistic movement, unexpected dribbling, or juggling with the ball.
His magic lies in the numbers, stats and goals that seem like a simple result of his presence on the field. The commentator describes that he owns the game.
Erling Braut Haaland scored 20 goals in 13 games for Manchester City. 15 of the goals came in the Premier League. The Norwegian averages an insane 1.67 goals per game. match.
Statistically it refers to 63 goals in 38 league matches.
The record in the English Premier League for the number of matches today is held by Liverpool player Mohamed Salah, with 32 games. While Alan Shearer and Andy Cole each scored 34 goals in 42 games when the Premier League had 22 clubs.
When he was 22 years old, Erling Braut Haaland is already listed with 175 goals since he scored his first two goals with Bryne 2 in the Norwegian third division when he was just 15 years old.
Such a repeat of the goal over a long period of time makes Haaland one of the strongest candidates to become the next big world star, the Brazilian believes.
– Haaland Too Big, Too Strong, Too Fast, Too Clinical, Books china daily After the Norwegian’s fourth and fifth Champions League goals for Manchester City earlier this week.
– Haaland had only 11 touches to the ball before he was substituted, but four of them were shots on goal, it was reported. Japan Times After the same match against FC Copenhagen.
The New York Times Erling Braut Haaland was also mentioned last week. The title was simple.
“How did Erling Haaland stop? She wasn’t”
The newspaper gave an interview to Pellegrino Matarazzo, the American coach at German club Stuttgart. In his two matches against Matarazzo, Haaland did not score for Borussia Dortmund.
But Matarazzo believes that he does not hide any secrets.
There is no way to stop Erling Haaland, he tells the New York Times.
This is what makes global players the best in the world. The only thing you can do is make it difficult for him.
An American with an Italian name believes that Haaland is a unique combination of characteristics.
A tall player shouldn’t be that fast, a strong player shouldn’t be that fast, and a very strong player shouldn’t be technically good.
There are players with similar qualities, but Haaland is a type of attacker we haven’t really seen before. He is the model, as the Bundesliga coach describes.
The New York Times picks up the story of Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Nico Schlutterbeek, who earlier this fall “knew” how to stop Haaland ahead of the Champions League meeting with Manchester City.
Schlutterbeek substituted after 78 minutes in the league.
Six minutes later, Haaland scored an acrobatic kick Which resonated all over the world of football.
– It was a brutal lesson, but it was fitting. There is no such thing as stopping Erling Haaland, the New York Times wrote.