The Goal Scoring Machine Halves Both Messi And Ronaldo UCL Golden Boot Race After Scoring A Brace
By Cornelie | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 45 views
Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland continued with his mind-blowing goal scoring rate during their 3-2 victory against Sevilla.
Haaland is British born Norwegian striker and one of the best and most expensive strikers Europe. The former RB-Leipzig player has earned a name 'scoring machine' due to his ability to break through any defense and score.
Haaland's pace, dribbling skills and eye-watering finishing proves him to be a perfect scoring machine of the modern football. During last night's UCL clush against Sevilla, he scored 2 important goals which sealed Dortmund's 3-2 victory away.
After scoring a brace, Haaland tops the UCL topscorer chats 8 goals. He is to goals clear of the second placed Neymar and Marcus Rashford and Alvaro Morata who closely follows him with 6 goal each.
Haaland has now halved the fourth placed Lionel Messi and Christian Ronaldo. See the UCL topscorers chart.
What's your thoughts on Haaland's stunning goal scoring rate? Will he manage to fish UCL the Golden Boot race ahead of football monsters Messi, Ronaldo and Mbappe?
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