Erling Haaland has broken more records after scoring another hat-trick in Manchester City’s rampant 6-3 win over rivals Manchester United.
The Norwegian striker has now scored three consecutive home hat-tricks, the first player to do it in Premier League history.
The 22-year-old is also the first City player to score a hat-trick against United since Francis Lee in December 1970 and the third overall after Horace Barnes in 1921.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, the striker said: ‘Yeah, but not bad! We scored six goals! What can I say? It’s amazing.
‘To win at home, score six goals, it’s nice.
‘You can feel it all the time. You can see the passes we give each other. We always want to go forward and attack.
‘It’s what I love about the team. In the end, it’s amazing. There is nothing more to say.’
City’s win against Erik Ten Hag’s side has taken them within a point of league leaders Arsenal, who beat Tottenham on Saturday.