Erling Haaland‘s value continues to rise as the young forward continues to find the net, and his latest strike came in Saturday’s 2-0 victory for Norway against Latvia.
Goals from Haaland and Mohamed Elyounoussi saw Norway take all three points, yet Haaland‘s strike was from the penalty spot.
It’s almost impossible to stop the forward from finding the net, as many defences are finding out, and this season has already seen the former Molde prodigy score eight times in all matches for club and country.
With Borussia Dortmund he has scored six goals and contributed three assists in the club’s opening five games, whilst his international record is fantastic after scoring nine in 14 caps.
Haaland kept firing shots at the Latvian goal, even after his penalty, and was unlucky not to come away with more, but he was taken off in the 88th minute to avoid injury ahead of the match against Gibraltar, which could be a possible hat-trick opportunity for the Dortmund star.