Norwegian international Erling Haaland has proven himself one of the world’s elite strikers this period, after his impressive levels with Borussia Dortmund in all competitions this season.
Since Haaland, 20, joined the ranks of Dortmund from Red Bull Salzburg in the winter of 2020, the player has participated in 47 matches, during which he scored 47 goals, which is a very distinctive statistic that confirms his goalscoring power.
In the event that the Norwegian striker continues to perform the same during the coming period, this will make him a strong candidate for the collection of many individual awards.
In the next report, we review the most prominent nine records that Haaland broke at the age of twenty, which made him beat many stars, most notably Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Barcelona and Juventus players, respectively.
Youngest player to score 20 goals in the Champions League
After scoring two goals against Seville in the last game for his team in the second leg of the “16 of the Champions League,” Haaland scored 20 goals during his participation in the competition, since his first participation in September 2019, as he did so at the age of 20 years and 231 days, which made him The youngest to do so, beating many stars, most notably Messi, Ronaldo and others.
Fastest player with 20 goals in the UEFA Champions League
Haaland achieved this record accompanied by Red Bull Salzburg and Borussia Dortmund in 14 games respectively, and we may not find anyone who breaks his number in the coming years at least, especially since he broke Tottenham’s Harry Kane number, who did so in 24 games, which means Haaland did so in less than 10 matches.
Youngest player to score in 6 consecutive Champions League matches
With his two goals against Sevilla in the last game, Haaland also became the youngest player ever to score in six consecutive Champions League matches, taking his tally to 10 goals in the competition’s top scorer.
The first player to score at least two goals in 4 consecutive Champions League matches
The Seville match was suitable for many records for Haaland, as he also became the first player to score at least two goals in 4 consecutive matches in the Champions League, as he scored a brace against Club Brugge in the third and fourth rounds, respectively, before missing the fifth and sixth rounds, then returned and scored Double against Sevilla in the round of 16 matches.
Fastest player to score 10 goals in the UEFA Champions League
After scoring two goals against Paris Saint-Germain (2-1) by going in the final price of the last edition, Haaland became the fastest player to reach 10 goals in the Champions League, as he did so in only 7 matches.
The first player in Dortmund to score in his debut in 3 different competitions
Since moving to Borussia Dortmund, Haaland achieved a remarkable record by registering in his debut in 3 different competitions, scoring a hat-trick against Augsburg in the German League, a goal against Werder Bremen in the German Cup, and two goals against Paris Saint-Germain in the European Champions League.
The first player to score 8 goals in the first 4 matches in the German League
Haaland proved to be one of the best offensive deals for Borussia Dortmund in recent years, after he managed to score 8 goals in his first 4 league matches, after scoring a hat-trick against Augsburg, two goals against Colin, two goals in Union Berlin, and one against Eintracht Frankfurt, respectively.
The first player to score 25 goals in the first 25 matches in the German Bundesliga
The Norwegian international has set a record in the German league, since his move to Dortmund in the second half of last season, reaching 25 goals during his first 25 matches in the competition and being the first to do so, not to mention that he is the fastest player to reach this number of goals during the five leagues Major in Europe during the current century.
Won the best player award in the German Bundesliga after playing just 59 minutes
After joining the ranks of Borussia Dortmund in the winter of 2020, Haaland played two games during January against Augsburg and Colin, with only 59 minutes in both matches, but he scored 5 goals in them, which made him win the award for best player in the “Bundesliga” during that month.