The Norwegian continues to rip up the record books as we look at the numbers behind his incredible achievements
Haaland has achieved incredible statistics in his debut season in the Premier League 2022/23. He has equaled the record for the most goals in a single season, held by Andrew Cole and Alan Shearer, by scoring 34 goals in his first 30 appearances. He surpassed Mohamed Salah’s record of 32 goals in a 38-match season. At his current rate of 1.13 goals-per-match, he could break Shearer’s all-time Premier League goal record in just 231 matches, compared to Shearer’s 441 appearances.
Haaland has also made history by scoring the most goals in a season for Manchester City, surpassing a record that stood since 1929. He has achieved remarkable feats, such as being the first player in the Premier League to score hat-tricks in three consecutive home matches and the first Manchester City player to score a hat-trick in a Manchester derby since 1970.
Under Pep Guardiola’s management, Haaland has been the fastest player to score 25 goals, beating notable names like Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto’o, Sergio Aguero, and Thierry Henry. He also shares the record for the fastest player to reach 10 Premier League goals, matching Mick Quinn’s achievement.
Record breaker Haaland: Amazing stats of Man City’s phenomenon
Haaland has shown consistency by scoring against 16 out of the 19 opponents he has faced in the Premier League, with his only failures being against Liverpool (twice), Brentford, and Chelsea. Despite his incredible goal tally, he has achieved this with just 55 shots on target. His goals have come from various techniques, with 22 scored with his left foot, six with his right foot, and six with his head.
In the Champions League, Haaland made history by becoming the fastest player to reach 30 goals in the competition, accomplishing this milestone in just 25 matches and at a younger age than any other player before him.
Furthermore, Haaland has also made an impact in domestic cup competitions. He scored against Liverpool in the League Cup, helping his team secure a 3-2 victory. In the FA Cup, he netted a hat-trick against Burnley, becoming the first player in Premier League history to score a hat-trick in three different competitions in a single season.