Erling Haaland has arrived at Borussia Dortmund, well and truly.
It seemed inevitable that the Norwegian would hit the ground running when he joined in January from RB Salzburg, but few could have predicted the extent to which he would shine.
Immediately, he began making an impact in the Bundesliga, scoring on his debut but we had to wait until tonight to see him in a yellow and black jersey in the Champions League.
It was worth the suspense.
The teenager broke a number of records as he scored a brace past Paris Saint-Germain at the Westfalenstadion.
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That takes his tally in the competition to 10 for the 2019/20 season and made him the first ever teenager to score for two separate clubs in the same campaign.
His goals can be seen below:
No other player has reached 10 Champions League goals so quickly and as he recorded his 11th goal in his first seven games for his new club, he also ensured he's scored more goals since his debut than any other player in the big five European leagues.
Haaland has now scored on his Dortmund debuts in the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, and the Champions Leagues, having also found the back of the net in his first ever game in the latter competition during his time at Salzburg.
To put his achievements on the continent into perspective, he has scored more goals in Europe this season than Barcelona's entire team.
The 19-year-old is now averaging a goal every 50 minutes as he continues to show why every top club in Europe was so eager to snap him up.
The boy's form is absolutely frightening.News Now - Sport News