Erling Haaland burst onto the Premier League scene in the 2020/21 season with a bang, smashing the all-time single-season record and setting the league on fire. The young striker had already made a name for himself in Europe with Borussia Dortmund, but his debut season in England was truly exceptional.

Haaland's incredible goal-scoring exploits had already earned him a reputation as one of the most promising young talents in world football. He had scored 41 goals in 41 appearances for Dortmund, including eight in the Champions League group stages, before making the switch to Manchester City in January 2021.

The Norwegian made an immediate impact, scoring a brace on his debut against Tottenham Hotspur. He then scored again in his next game against Everton, before going on a remarkable run of form.

Haaland went on to score in each of his first seven Premier League appearances, setting a new record for the most consecutive games with a goal in the competition's history. He surpassed the previous record of six, set by former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy.

Haaland's incredible run came to an end in a game against Leeds United, where he failed to find the back of the net. However,