Hollan, the third ‘great record’ of all time…’5 goals’ in the Champions League round of 16
‘Monster striker’ Elling Hollan (23, Manchester City) scored a whopping 5 goals in the second leg of the round of 16 of the European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League. Hollan is the third player ever to score five goals in one game in the Champions League.
Halan scored a whopping five goals, including a hat-trick in the first half against Leipzig (Germany) in the second leg of the 2022-23 Champions League round of 16 held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester on the 15th (Korean time).
He went down in history as the third player ever to score five goals in the Champions League, following Lionel Messi in 2012 (then against Barcelona and Leverkusen) and Luis Adriano in 2014 (then against Shakhtar Donetsk and Bate Borisov)안전놀이터.
Hollan opened the door in the 22nd minute of the first half by finishing the penalty kick awarded for a handball foul. Two minutes after that, Kevin Debrawiner’s mid-range shot hit the post and headed the ball, which shook the net.
Then, in the corner kick situation in extra time in the first half, Huben Dias headed the ball and hit the post again, finishing it with a goal and completing the hat trick only in the first half.
In the 8th minute of the second half, in the 8th minute corner kick attack, Halan, who was blocked by the goalkeeper, shook the net again with a left-footed shot.
After scoring the fifth goal, Hollan was substituted in the 18th minute of the second half and finished the game first.
On this day, all eight shots of Hollan headed inside the goal, and five of them were scored. Starting with a penalty kick, he also showed a ‘monster’ appearance by using literally every means such as header, right foot, and left foot to create goals.
Man City defeated Leipzig 7-0 with Haalan’s five goals and additional goals from Ilkay Gundogan and De Bruyne. Man City, who led 8-1 on aggregate in the first and second matches, advanced to the quarterfinals of the Champions League for the sixth consecutive season.
At the same time, Inter Milan (Italy) drew 0-0 with Porto (Portugal), leading 1-0 on aggregate in the first and second games, and won the right to advance to the quarterfinals. Previously, Chelsea (England), Bayern Munich (Germany), AC Milan (Italy) and Benfica (Portugal) also advanced to the quarterfinals.