Erling Haaland’s double for Dortmund puts striker’s Champions League goals tally up to 14 in just 11 games – he’s already overtaken legends including Michael Owen, Radamel Falcao and Carlos Tevez
- Erling Haaland scored a brace as Borussia Dortmund beat Club Brugge 3-0
- Haaland has now scored 14 goals in just 11 Champions League appearances
- The forward already has more Champions League goals than Michael Owen
- Haaland has also surpassed Radamel Falcao, Carlos Tevez and Diego Costa
Since making his debut in the competition with RB Leipzig last season, Haaland has proceeded to score 14 goals in just 11 Champions League appearances.
Despite being just 20 years old, the Norway international has scored more goals in Europe’s elite club competition than a host of famous names, including Michael Owen.
Erling Haaland has now scored 14 Champions League goals after his brace versus Club Brugge
Haaland has more goals in the Champions League than ex-Liverpool striker Michael Owen
Haaland has also surpassed Carlos Tevez’s return of 13 goals in Europe’s elite club competition
Owen featured in the Champions League for Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United but only managed 11 goals.
Another player who Haaland has surpassed is Carlos Tevez, who got 13 goals across his Champions League appearances for Juventus, Manchester City and Manchester United.
In addition, Haaland has more Champions League goals than Radamel Falcao, who has 12
Radamel Falcao also trails Haaland, with the former Monaco and Porto forward having scored 12 Champions League goals.
Others who Haaland has more goals than include Romelu Lukaku and Diego Costa.
Thorgan Hazard scored Dortmund’s other goal against Brugge as Dortmund got their second Champions League win of the season.