Erling Haaland scores four goals in one Premier League game for the first time ever

It was the Erling Haaland show on Saturday, May 4 as Manchester City welcomed Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Etihad. Pep Guardiola’s men recorded an emphatic victory as Haaland slapped four goals past a frustrated Jose Sa.

The game made it the fifth consecutive game the Norwegian has scored in, after going a whole month’s worth of games without scoring before that.

For the second season in a row, Haaland netted a hattrick in a Wolves game, netting four for the first time in his Premier League career.

Man City and Haaland never lifted their foot off the gas, and were so committed to destroying Wolves that Haaland was visibility frustrated when he was substituted off in the 82nd minute.

Haaland opened the scoring through a penalty goal in the 12th minute. He doubled his tally and Man City’s lead in the 35th minute with a superb header, and then completed his hattrick three minutes into halftime with another penalty.

Wolves pulled one back in the 53rd minute through Hwang Hee Chan, but Haaland buried any hope less than one minute later with a fabulous strike.

Haaland was then taken off for Julian Alvarez, who scored Man City’s 5th goal of the game in the 85th minute.

Man City is now back to being one point behind Arenal in the table with a game-in-hand on Mikel Arteta’s men.

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