ERLING HAALAND continues to make history after scoring five goals for Manchester City.
That’s by becoming just the second player in history to get two 10/10 ratings from L’Equipe.
Haaland became the third player in Champions League history to net five goals in one game as Man City thrashed RB Leipzig 7-0.
The result saw City secure an 8-1 aggregate win in the last-16 tie.
And Haaland is now City’s all-time top scorer in a season with 39 goals… even though there’s at least 14 more games to go.
But things have got even better for the Norwegian ace today.
That’s because he was give full marks by notoriously tough newspaper L’Equipe.
The French outfit deemed Haaland’s performance worthy of a 10/10 rating.
And it’s incredibly the second of his career after getting the same score in City’s 6-3 Premier League win over Man Utd in October, when he netted a hat-trick.
Haaland is now just the second player in history to receive two full 10s from L’Equipe.
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Unsurprisingly, that other player is Lionel Messi.
The Paris Saint-Germain star received his full houses while playing for old club Barcelona.
The first came in 2012 when he scored five times in a 7-1 Champions League win over Bayer Leverkusen.
And the other was in 2010 when he scored four in Barca’s 4-1 quarter-final victory against Arsenal.
In total, Messi has an amazing 712 career goals in just 875 games.
But only a wise man would bet against Haaland getting near that figure as he’s already got 194 goals in 236 appearances.
This season alone, Haaland has hit the target every 72 minutes and has a brilliant shot conversion rate of 32 per cent.
Interestingly, 62 per cent of his goals have been scored with his left foot, and just 23 per cent with his right.
And Haaland is truly a fox in the box with 97 per cent of his goals coming from inside the box.
With five hat-tricks to his name already this term, Haaland is bound to score more.
And after last night’s feats, he is now the fastest player and the youngest player to hit 30 goals in the Champions League.