The Norwegian ace found the back of the net during the second half against West Ham to accomplish an unbelievable milestone.

Andy Cole and Alan Shearer needed 42 games to score 34 Premier League goals and accomplish a record back in the 90's. Erling Haaland only needed 31 games...and he has already made that milestone his own.

The Norwegian ace accomplished a couple of records with his goal against West Ham, claiming the top spot when it comes to a single-season tally in the Premier League. Added to this, Haaland has also become the player with the most goals scored in his debut season in the English top-flight, a record that was also owned by Andy Cole.

This goal came in handy for Manchester City to take a two-nil lead against West Ham in a somewhat tricky game for Pep Guardiola's men, who had goals by Nathan Aké and Phil Foden to claim three more points in their run to win the EPL title.

Now, Haaland will try to set one more goalscoring record in England, which will come if he finds the back of the net three more times. 

Have a look at the record-breaking goal by the Norwegian footballer (Image might be geo-restricted).