Erling Haaland is unstoppable and scores his second hat-trick in a row for Manchester City before halftime

Erling Haaland is unstoppable and scores his second hat-trick in a row for Manchester City before halftime
Erling Haaland is unstoppable and scores his second hat-trick in a row for Manchester City before halftime

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No Kevin De Bruyne, no problem for Erling Haaland. The Norwegian top striker had three in the net for Manchester City against Nottingham Forrest after 38 minutes. Good for his second hat-trick in a row and the fourteenth of his career. punishment. Haaland has already scored nine goals this season. No one has ever done better in their first five Premier League matches.

Vincent Van Genechten

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The goals:

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Manchester City went on to win 6-0 after goals from Riyad Mahrez and Julian Alvarez (2). De Bruyne came in for the last twenty minutes of the match.

In the standings, the Citizens now count 13 points after five days of play. Only Arsenal, which won 2-1 against Aston Villa with Albert Sambi Lokonga in the base, is doing better for the time being with 15 out of 15. Leander Dendoncker remained on the bench at Wolverhampton for ninety minutes, which ended in a goalless draw on the field of PhD student Bournemouth.

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