“I wanted to do a double hat trick!” Hollan hungry for 5 goals, sorry for substitution in the 63rd minute

“I wanted to do a double hat trick…”

He was still hungry after driving in five goals메이저사이트. ‘Man City monster striker’ Erling Hollan scored five goals alone in the second leg of the European Champions League round of 16 on the 15th (Korean time), leading Man City to a 7-0 victory and advancing to the quarterfinals.

Hollan at the forefront scored 5 goals alone from the 22nd minute of the first half to the 12th minute of the second half, and scored 8 shots, 8 effective shots, and 5 goals in 63 minutes until being replaced in the 18th minute of the second half. Coach Pep Guardiola, who had virtually confirmed the quarterfinals, called him to the bench in the 18th minute of the second half, and Hollan wanted to run more and score more goals.

In an interview with BT Sports after the match, Halan expressed regret at not being able to play full-time, saying, “I told the manager that I wanted to score a double hat-trick. But what can I do?” “My strongest point is scoring goals. Can I be honest? I scored a lot today, but I didn’t think about it. He explained the secret of the 5 goals. “My head is hazy. I remember shooting, but I can’t remember how I did it. After the goal ceremony, I was very tired,” he laughed.

Hollan, who led Man City to the quarterfinals of the Champions League with five goals on this day, also rewrote numerous records in the Champions League. He scored 30 goals in 25 European Champions League matches, setting the record for the fewest 30 goals ever scored in a game. Manchester United legend van Nistelrooy far surpassed his record of 30 goals in 34 matches. He also scored 30 goals at 22 years and 236 days, breaking the record for the youngest player to score 30 goals (22 days and 352 days) held by Mbappe. Recording five goals in one game is the third rare record since Lionel Messi’s match against Leverkusen, who belonged to Barcelona in March 2012, and Luis Adriano of ‘Shakhtar Donetsk’ scored five goals against Bate Borisp in October 2014. He also rewrote the Manchester City club record. He scored a total of 39 goals in all matches this season, surpassing the 94-year-old record (38 goals) of ‘Legend’ Tommy Johnson, the record for the most goals in a single season by a Man City player.