Manchester City sensation Erling Haaland has now scored 28 goals in 22 UEFA Champions League appearances, a goals-per-game record of 1.27. There are 98 teams with a worse goals-per-game record than him in the competition.
Haaland continued his purple patch with two more goals as Manchester City beat Copenhagen 5-0 to claim three wins from three in Champions League Group G.
Haaland is also the third player to score in each of his first three UEFA Champions League appearances for an English club, after Marouane Chamakh for Arsenal and Ferran Torres for Man City.
Haaland completed a £51.5million move to Manchester City in June this year. Haaland had scored 86 goals in 89 games for Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund, having joined from Red Bull Salzburg.
City director of football Txiki Begiristain said at the time: “Erling has everything we want in a striker, and we are sure he will excel in this team and this system. His rise has been remarkable, but he is still only 21 years old. His best years are ahead of him, and we’re confident he can improve further working with Pep.