Erling Haaland at Man City: Goals, assists, results & fixtures in 2022-23

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  • Updated: 23 Jun 2022 10:55 CEST
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FT Desk Updated: 23 Jun 2022 10:55 CEST 5 min read
Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund, 2021/22

Erling Braut Haaland will be one of the most fascinating players to watch in the 2022-23 football season after his high-profile transfer from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City.

The Norway striker spent two-and-a-half prolific seasons in the Bundesliga with Dortmund before completing his switch to the Premier League.

Haaland was the subject of transfer speculation throughout that spell, with almost all of Europe’s biggest teams linked with signing him at different stages.

Ultimately, it was Man City and Pep Guardiola who won the race for his signature.

A year on from failing to sign Harry Kane, Guardiola and City hope Haaland can be the final piece they need – the focal point in attack – in their ongoing pursuit of Champions League glory.

City have dominated the Premier League over recent seasons, winning four of the last five titles, and are favourites to triumph in England again this year.

Man City hope Haaland can fire them to Champions League glory

Man City hope Haaland can fire them to Champions League glory

Individually, Haaland enters the campaign ready to battle the likes of Mohamed Salah, Kane and Cristiano Ronaldo for the golden boot as part of a star-studded Premier League.

His debut could come in the Community Shield against title rivals Liverpool on July 30.

This page will be regularly updated to showcase Haaland's individual club statistics for Manchester City throughout the season.

Erling Haaland: 2022-23 stats

Appearances: 0

Starts: 0

Goals: 0

Assists: 0

Haaland: Matches played

None so far

Haaland: Man City's remaining fixtures

Liverpool v Man City, July 30 – Community Shield

West Ham v Man City, August 7 - Premier League

Man City v Bournemouth, August 13 - Premier League

Newcastle v Man City, August 20 - Premier League

Man City v Crystal Palace, August 27 - Premier League

Man City v Nottingham Forest, August 31 - Premier League

Aston Villa v Man City, September 3 - Premier League

Man City v Tottenham, September 10 - Premier League

Wolves v Man City, September 17 - Premier League

Man City v Man Utd, October 1 - Premier League

Man City v Southampton, October 8 - Premier League

Liverpool v Man City, October 15 - Premier League

Arsenal v Man City, October 18 - Premier League

Man City v Brighton, October 22 - Premier League

Leicester City v Man City, October 29 - Premier League

Man City v Fulham, November 5 - Premier League

Man City v Brentford, November 12 - Premier League

Leeds v Man City, December 26 - Premier League

Man City v Everton, December 31 - Premier League

Chelsea v Man City, January 2 - Premier League

Man Utd v Man City, January 14 - Premier League

Man City v Wolves, January 21 - Premier League

Tottenham v Man City, February 4 - Premier League

Man City v Aston Villa, February 11- Premier League

Nottingham Forest v Man City, February 18 - Premier League

Bournemouth v Man City, February 25 - Premier League

Man City v Newcastle, March 4 - Premier League

Crystal Palace v Man City, March 11 - Premier League

Man City v West Ham, March 18- Premier League

Man City v Liverpool, April 1 - Premier League

Southampton v Man City, April 8 - Premier League

Man City v Leicester City, April 15 - Premier League

Brighton v Man City, April 22 - Premier League

Man City v Arsenal, April 26 - Premier League

Fulham v Man City, April 29 - Premier League

Man City v Leeds, May 6 - Premier League

Everton v Man City, May 13 - Premier League

Man City v Chelsea, May 20 - Premier League

Brentford v Man City, May 28 - Premier League

Erling Haaland 2021-22 stats

Haaland had a frustrating final season with Dortmund in 2021-22, with hamstring and hip injuries limiting his opportunity to post a huge goal total while the team were unable to win a trophy.

He did still produce some impressive statistics, scoring 29 goals in all competitions from 30 appearances, just 26 of which were starts.

Haaland finished with 22 Bundesliga goals from 24 league outings, also adding eight assists across those games.

Only European Golden Shoe winner Robert Lewandowski and Patrik Schick ended up with higher goal totals in the German top-flight.

It was a mixed final season with Dortmund for Erling Haaland

It was a mixed final season with Dortmund for Erling Haaland

There were some tremendous performances from Haaland during the season, including the opening day on August 14 when he scored twice and set up the other three goals in a memorable 5-2 win over Eintracht Frankfurt, while he also netted a double in a 4-3 win at Bayer Leverkusen in September.

But Dortmund failed to progress from their Champions League group and were then stunned by Rangers in the Europa League, a last-32 tie they lost 6-4 on aggregate without the injured Haaland.

A Haaland hat-trick against Bochum in April could not stop Dortmund from going down to a dramatic 4-3 defeat, but he finished on a high by scoring in his last appearance for the club – a 2-1 victory over Hertha Berlin on May 14.

While Dortmund ended up without silverware, they did finish second to Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga table.

Erling Haaland 2020-21 stats

The 2020-21 season was the first full season Haaland spent with Dortmund, having signed in January 2020 and played the second half of the previous campaign.

Haaland exceeded expectations with a remarkable display of goalscoring.

Across all competitions, he made 41 appearances (40 starts) and scored a remarkable 41 goals.

He also added 10 assists, giving him 51 goal involvements over the season.

Haaland scored 27 goals in the Bundesliga from 28 games (27 starts), with six of his assists coming in that competition.

Haaland scored 41 goals and had 10 assists

Haaland scored 41 goals and had 10 assists

He scored 10 times in eight Champions League matches, enough to make him the top scorer in that competition for the first time in his career.

Dortmund finished third in the Bundesliga and made the UCL quarter-finals before going out to Manchester City.

They did win silverware in the DFB-Pokal, with Haaland and Jadon Sancho both scoring twice as Dortmund defeated RB Leipzig 4-1 in the final.

That gave Haaland his first major trophy in Germany, having previously won two leagues and the cup in Austria with Salzburg.