Erling Haaland could still break yet another record in Manchester City’s final game of the Premier League season

Starting to think no record is safe at this point.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 26th May 2023

Erling Haaland has undoubtedly been the star of this year’s Premier League season, breaking record and after record whilst barely breaking a sweat and, incredibly, he could still manage another of the final day this weekend.

Now sitting on 36 goals in the league and a whopping 52 across all competitions, the Norwegian superstar has already broken the record for most goals in a Premier League campaign and the most goals ever scored by a Man City player over the course of a season, among many others accolades.

However, while the 22-year-old is usually on the end of assists, he has set up his teammates on a fair few occasions too — eight times, to be precise, which takes his overall tally of goal contributions to a record-equalling 44 in the league.

His assist on Wednesday night against Brighton saw him draw level with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, who scored 24 goals and 20 assists in the 2003/4 season, but just one more Erling Haaland goal or assist will see him break the record for most goal involvements in a 38-game Premier League season.

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While the overall record is shared by Alan Shearer and Andy Cole, who both scored 34 goals and 13 assists exactly for Newcastle and Manchester United, respectively, they both managed those feats over the course of 42 games.


We imagine Haaland would have had a good crack at matching and or beating the record had he been given the luxury of the same amount of fixtures, and who knows, he only needs a hattrick and an assist on the final day against Brentford on Sunday to still manage it.

If there’s anyone that could it’d be this absolute robot.


We’d say you can watch every Premier League goal he’s scored this season but he’s already netted more since this compilation was last updated, so you’ll have to do with ALL of these:

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Featured Image — Manchester City/Erling Haaland (via Twitter)