Haaland broke Mohamed Salah’s record as the match between Manchester City and Bayern took place on Tuesday night in the Champions League opener quarter-final.
The Etihad Stadium, the stronghold of the English team, witnessed the course of a fiery meeting with the Bavarian, which ended with a score of three goals against none in favor of the owner of the land.
Norwegian star Erling Haaland of Manchester City scored the third goal for his team against Bayern Munich, Germany.
With this goal, the Norwegian star’s tally reached 45 goals in all competitions, the most goals achieved by an English Premier League player in a single season in history.
Haaland breaks Mohamed Salah’s Champions League record
The Manchester City star also became the first player in history to score 12 goals in 9 UEFA Champions League play-off games.
On the other hand, Haaland broke the Egyptian star’s scoring record. Mohamed Salah The Liverpool player who scored 44 goals in 2017–18 also surpassed Dutchman Ruud van Nistelrooy, who had the same record for Salah in 2002–03.