The Norwegian striker has scored 66 goals and 19 assists in 66 stakes since landing for the German team in winter 2020. So far this year, he has missed a goal in two of seven games.
Erling Haaland has the same number of goals as he has played since he became a Borussia Dortmund footballer and, moreover, he has never gone more than two games without scoring in each competition he has played (Bundesliga, Champions League, DFB Pokal or DFL-Supercup).
In the domestic tournament, he has signed 45 goals in 47 games, being one of the two competitions where the number of winners does not exceed the number of stakes. The other is the DFL-Supercup, where he has seen goal on one occasion in two editions.
In the Champions League he accumulates 13 goals in 11 games with Borussia Dortmund, surpassing the scoring numbers to those of presences, something that also happens in the DFB-Pokal with 7 in 6, respectively.
In addition, if we break down the data by season, it is currently growing. In his first months, ending the 2019-20 academic year, he made 16 goals in 18 appointments. In 2020-21, he ended up tracing the numbers with 41 in 41 and, in this beginning of the 2021-22 exercise, they go 9 in 7.
Everything indicates that it will be his last campaign in Germany, since there is a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave the club for a figure of between 75 and 90 million euros, according to certain variables. This investment is possible for leading clubs that could incorporate a player who turned 21 in July.