Watch: Norwegian Erling Haland score nine goals at U-20 World Cup

Erling Haland, an 18-year-old Red Bull Salzburg striker, struck nine times in Norway's 12-0 win over Honduras to break the U-20 World Cup single-game scoring record set in 1997 by Brazil's Adailton in a 10-3 win over South Korea. Haland won born in England while his father, defender Alf-Inge Haland, who also played for Nottingham Forest and Manchester City, played for Leeds United. He made his Austrian Bundesliga debut last season, scoring since in two appearances.

1 comment about "Watch: Norwegian Erling Haland score nine goals at U-20 World Cup".
  1. Wooden Ships, May 31, 2019 at 12:25 a.m.

    Goodness, Honduras without a clue. They have individual talent. On a side note, to allow a single player to score on you nine times speaks to pride, lack of. 

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