Manchester City are currently locked in Premier League action with Wolves.
Man City headed into the match looking to go top of the Premier League. Standing in their way was a Wolves side who have a superb defensive record this season, shipping just four in six before Saturday.
However, Bruno Lage and co. were no match for Man City. The Sky Blues took less than a minute to open the scoring on Saturday. Kevin De Bruyne whipped a cross into the Wolves box, which was stabbed home by Jack Grealish.
Manchester City then added a second 15 minutes later, this time via a marauding Erling Haaland:
After netting City’s second on Saturday, Haaland has now scored 14 goals in nine games this season for the Manchester outfit, a superb record and one that looks set to see the former Borussia Dortmund man sail towards the Premier League Golde Boot.
Elsewhere, it has been revealed that Erling Haaland has become the first player in Premier League history to score in each of his first four away games in the competition.
This is the latest in a long line of records Haaland is expected to break this season. Andy Cole and Alan Shearer both scored 34 PL goals when a season was 42 matches long, whilst Mohamed Salah currently has the record for most goals in a 38-game campaign with 32.