Manchester City marquee summer signing, Erling Haaland has made Premier League history after City convincingly defeated 10-man Wolverhampton Wanderers in Saturday’s Premier League early kickoff, Newspremises reports.
The former Burossia Dortmund striker continue his impressive performance with a beautiful goal for the Pep Guardiola’s side as they thrashed Wolve 3-0.
Haaland has now become the first player in Premier League history to score in each of his first four away games in the competition.
The Norwegian striker has taken his tally to 11 goals in seven English Premier League topflight matches.
Also on target for the Citizens were Three Lions of England stars Jack Grealish and Phil Foden.
In the first half Wolves were reduced to 10 men after Nathan Collins was sent off for a dangerous foul on Grealish.
Wolves new signing Diego Costa was not included in the match day squad.
The win means City, now on 17 points, temporarily go above Arsenal to first place in the league table.
City got off to a perfect start as Grealish marked his 100th Premier League appearance by broking the deadlock in the first minute, turning in Kevin De Bruyne’s cross.
Haaland made it 2-0 in the 16th minute dribbleing at Max Kilman and then finding the bottom-left corner.
Things went from bad to worse for the home team when Collins saw red for a high dangerous challenge on Grealish.
And in the 69th minute Foden turned in De Bruyne’s low cross at the near post.