Erling Haaland, the new owner of the Champions League

Borussia Dortmund eliminated Sevilla in the Champions League Round of 16 and entered the quarterfinals. Erling Haaland, who broke the records in the match directed by Cüneyt Çakır, marked both the night and the history of the Champions League.

It was a magnificent night in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16… The German representative took the quarter-final ticket by defeating Sevilla, which he hosted at Borussia Dortmund, with the advantage of the first match at Signal-Iduna Park. Haaland, who was touted as the most shining striker in recent years with his magnificent performance in the Bundesliga, marked both the night and the history of the Champions League.

Gorgeous Norwegian Erling Haaland

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-The fastest to reach 20 goals-
-The youngest player to score 20 goals-
-The first player to score 2 goals in 4 consecutive matches-
He became the youngest player to score in 6 games in a row. After Haaland’s crazy night, “Monster” comments were made on social media.

Borussia Dortmund, who won the first game 3-2 on the road, was the party that reached the quarter-finals despite Sevilla’s efforts in the terrific match that ended 2-2.

The 20-year-old Norwegian striker, who opened the curtain in the 38th minute against Sevilla, made his mark in the League of Giants with his second goal in 55 from a penalty.

Having reached his 10th goal in the Champions League this season, Haaland became the youngest player to score in six consecutive matches in the history of the Champions League (20 years 231 days).

Referee Cüneyt Çakır, who canceled the goal of Haaland, who found the nets once again in the second half, after the VAR review, gave a penalty decision. Haaland, who was in charge of the ball, missed the first shot, but Cüneyt Çakır repeated the penalty and the Norwegian managed to shake the net once again. After Haaland scored the penalty, Sevilla said something to his goalkeeper, mocking Bono. Some footballers from Seville chased Haaland.

SEVILLA WANTED THIS SO MUCH BUT IT DID NOT HAPPEN.

Sevilla, who did not break away from the match, won a penalty in the 68th minute. En-Nesyri, who happened to the ball in the penalty kick, kept the Spanish representative in the match by reducing the difference to one. When the minutes showed 90 + 6, En-Nesyri once again took the stage and brought the balance to the match, but this result was not enough for the Spanish team for the tour.

Since September 2019, he has been the top scorer since September 2019, when he outscored star striker Robert Lewandowski, who scored his 20th goal in the Champions League.

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The country of Haaland, who also took the top in the list of players who scored the most goals in the first 14 games in the Champions League, surpassed Solskjaer, the top scorer of Norway in this league. Here are the top scorers in the first 14 games in the Champions League …

  • Erling Haaland – 20
  • Harry Kane – 13
  • Simone Inzaghi – 12
  • Sadio Mane – 11
  • Roberto Firmino – 11
  • Adriano – 11

Erling Haaland became the youngest player to score in 6 consecutive Champions League games, and the first player in the history of the Giants League to score 2 goals in 4 consecutive matches. Other players who scored in 6 consecutive matches in the Giants League are as follows;

  • Erling Haaland
  • Ruud van Nistelrooy
  • Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Marouane Chamakh
  • Burak Yılmaz
  • Edinson Cavani
  • Moussa Marega
  • Robert Lewandowski
  • Memphis Depay

Kylian Mbappe vs Erling Haaland

Haaland scored 44 goals in 40 matches in the 2019-2020 season, and reached 30 goals in 29 matches this season. Erling Haaland also broke the record for Kylian Mbappe, who was the top scorer in the Champions League before turning 21. Who scored and how many goals in the Champions League before the age of 21?

  • Kylian Mbappe: 20
  • Erling Haaland: 18
  • Karim Benzema: 12
  • Patrick Kluivert: 9
  • Obafemi Martins: 8
  • Lionel Messi: 8
  • Raul Gonzalez: 8
  • Javier Saviola: 8