Erling Haaland is not human! Winners and losers as Man City superstar enters terminator mode in RB Leipzig thrashing
The Champions League is an occasion to show the world what you're made of, and Erling Haaland did just that with a world-beating display as Manchester City walloped RB Leipzig 7-0 on Tuesday.
Haaland became the first player to score five times in a Champions League knockout match since Lionel Messi in 2012, and that was not the only record the Norwegian broke.
He became the youngest and fastest player to score 30 goals in Europe's elite competition, and also made club history as he became City's highest scorer in a single season on 39 goals with three months to spare - surpassing Tommy Johnson's 38 goals during the 1928-29 season.
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Kevin De Bruyne also responded to criticism from Pep Guardiola with a virtuoso performance, but it was a night to forget for Leipzig, while critics of video referees have yet more ammunition for their cause.
GOAL breaks down the winners & losers from a historic night at the Etihad Stadium...