Holan multi-goal 20 goals in EPL Manchester City beat Leeds 3-1
“Monster striker” Elling Holan (22, Manchester City) has already scored 20 goals in the regular league as he scored multiple goals.
Holan scored two goals in the 17th round of the English Premier League (EPL) against Leeds United at Elland Road in Leeds on the 29th (Korea time), leading Manchester City to a 3-1 victory.
Holan, who moved from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City ahead of this season, scored 20 goals in 14 games in EPL.
In the league’s scoring ranking, he is unrivaled first place, beating Harry Kane (Tottenham, 13 goals).
In addition, Holan was named the player who played the fewest games in EPL history and scored 20 goals.
According to Opta, which specializes in soccer statistics, until then, Kevin Phillips played 21 games and scored 20 goals.
Andrew Cole scored 20 league goals in 23 matches and Rut van Nistelrooy in 26 matches.
Holland scored in all but three of his 14 EPL matches. In three of these games, he is showing off his terrifying momentum by completing a hat trick.
Including the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), he has scored 26 goals in 20 official matches this season.
With Holan’s firepower at the forefront, Manchester City harvested three points to regain the second place (35 points, 11 wins, 2 draws, and 2 losses) and continued to chase the leading Arsenal (40 points, 13 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss).
Leeds finished in 15th place (15 points, 4 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses).
Manchester City took the lead with the first goal in the extra time of the first half when they faced 0-0.
When Riyad Mahrez’s shot, which received Rodri’s pass, was blocked by the opposing goalkeeper, Rodri kicked the second ball again from the front of the goal area to score.
In the second half, Manchester City took the lead as Holan scored.
In the 6th minute of the second half, Jack Grillish cut off the opponent’s sloppy pass and intercepted the ball, and Holan lightly kicked the pass to the center with his left foot.
After exchanging passes with Grillish in the 19th minute of the second half, Holan scored a decisive goal with a right-footed shot from the penalty area.
Leeds pulled one back in the 28th minute by Pascal Struik, but could not close the gap further