Erling Haaland set another Premier League record after scoring in Manchester City’s 3-0 away win over Wolves at Molineux Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The hosts had only touched the ball once before Jack Grealish put Pep Guardiola’s men in front after just 55 seconds.

Haaland extended the visitors’ lead after 16 minutes with a long-range shot, giving him goals in seven straight games and 14 in the previous nine.

The Norwegian becomes the first player in Premier League history to score in his first four away games and now he has band 100 goals across all club competitions since he joined Dortmund at the start of 2020.

Spirited Wolves continued to try and attack, even after Nathan Collins was sent off for a high first-half tackle on Grealish before Phil Foden completing their victory by flicking home Kevin de Bruyne’s low cross midway through the second half.

 

 

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