striker has made an astonishing start to life in English .
City’s superstar scored 14 goals in his first 10 appearances for his new club, after from the in June 2022.
And given the rate at which Haaland is finding the back of the net, a whole host of goal scoring records could fall the way of the Norwegian goal machine in the coming months and years.
Which goal scoring records could he break though? Here’s how they stand currently…
Most goals in a Premier League season
Current record (38 game season): Mo Salah, 32 goals, 2017/18
Current record (42 game season): Andy Cole, 34 goals, 1993/94
scored on the final day of the season to go down in history as the player with the .
To make it even more impressive, this was only Salah’s first season in the Premier League having joined from Fiorentina the previous summer.
The all-time record for the most goals scored in a season belongs to Andy Cole.
Cole scored 34 goals for Manchester United in 1993/94 when the league featured 22 teams, meaning that clubs played a total of 42 games in their league campaigns.
Most hattricks in a Premier League season
Current record: Alan Shearer, 5 hattricks, 1995/96
registered an astonishing five hattricks in the 1995/96 season.
His 31 goals helped Blackburn Rovers to a shock Premier League title.
Haaland scored consecutive hattricks against Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest, meaning that after just seven games of the 2022/23 season, the Norwegian already had two hattricks to his name.
Best goals-to-minute ratio in a Premier League season
Current record: Sergio Aguero, 90 minutes, 2013-14
Another Manchester City striker holds the record for the best goals-to-minute ratio in a season.
, who is City’s all-time record goal scorer with 260 goals in all competitions, scored a goal every 90 minutes to help fire the Cityzens to the Premier League title in 2014.
All-time Premier League goalscoring record
Current record: Alan Shearer, 260 goals
Haaland is someway off , who scored his Premier League goals for Blackburn and Newcastle.
But if Haaland hangs around for City long enough, and keeps up his phenomenal goal scoring record, then the record that Shearer has held since he retired in 2006 could one day fall to the Norwegian.
Most goals in a season across all competitions
Current record: Lionel Messi, 73 goals, 2011-12
The big one. scored his staggering 73 goals in 60 matches across six different competitions, which is a record for European football.
And incredibly, despite Messi’s heroics, Barcelona missed out on both the and .
If Haaland beats Messi’s record, then not only will the Norwegian have the greatest goal scoring record in a season ever, but Manchestrer City will surely have their hands on important silverware come the end of the season.
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