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UEFA Champions League, Manchester City Vs RB Leipzig: Erling Haaland Scores Record Five Goals As City Sail Into Quarters - In Pics

Norwegian superstar Erling Haaland is rewriting the history books as he equalled a Champions League record with a five-goal haul to ease Manchester City into the quarter-finals at RB Leipzig's expense with a 7-0 win on Tuesday. He also set a new club record for goals in a season of 39 in the process as Pep Guardiola's men reached the last eight for the sixth consecutive season with an 8-1 aggregate victory. Despite the off-field ruckus surrounding Manchester City, on the field they are well-oiled machine all thanks to Haaland. The former Borussia Dortmund striker now has 33 goals in 25 appearances in Europe's premier club competition at just 22! Haaland also became the youngest player to score five times in a single Champions League game, joining Argentina great Lionel Messi and Brazil forward Luiz Adriano as the only players to do so.

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Norwegian superstar Erling Haaland is rewriting the history books as he equalled a Champions League record with a five-goal haul to ease Manchester City into the quarter-finals at RB Leipzig's expense with a 7-0 win on Tuesday. He also set a new club record for goals in a season of 39 in the process as Pep Guardiola's men reached the last eight for the sixth consecutive season with an 8-1 aggregate victory. Despite the off-field ruckus surrounding Manchester City, on the field they are well-oiled machine all thanks to Haaland. The former Borussia Dortmund striker now has 33 goals in 25 appearances in Europe's premier club competition at just 22! Haaland also became the youngest player to score five times in a single Champions League game, joining Argentina great Lionel Messi and Brazil forward Luiz Adriano as the only players to do so.

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