The Norwegian striker Erling Haaland, the Manchester City player, broke the historical record registered in the name of the Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool striker, with the largest number of goals in one season in the English Premier League.
Haaland scored his seventh goal this season and scored his 33rd in the current Premier League competition in Manchester City’s broad victory on Wednesday over Arsenal 4-1.
Haaland became the player who scored the most goals in one season with 38 matches, by reaching the 33rd goal, followed by Mohamed Salah with 32 in the 2017-2018 season and Uruguayan Luis Suarez with 31 in 2013-2014. Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo equaled him with the same balance for the 2007-2008 season and Englishman Alan Shearer in the 1995 season. — 1996.
Last summer, Manchester City signed a contract with the Norwegian striker from Dortmund for 59 million euros, and the “heavenly” competes this season to achieve the treble, as it separates it from the top of the English Premier League by two points from Arsenal, in addition to two postponed matches compared to Arsenal, and plays the semi-finals of the Champions League against Real Madrid. The Spaniard will face its neighbor Manchester United in the FA Cup Final.