It has just been a few months since the Norwegian superstar joined the Cityzens and he has already been a regular show-stealer at the Manchester club.
Racking up goals, records and even match balls, Haaland has no doubt settled in just fine in the blue side of Manchester.
The striker came on as a substitute and converted from the spot in the closing stages of the game against Fulham yesterday. The winning goal was very crucial in keeping Manchester City abreast with the pace of Arsenal in the race for the title.
The goal was Haaland’s 23rd in City colours after just 17 games. The striker has now scored more goals under Guardiola than Zlatan Ibrahimovic who scored 22 in 46 games during his spell under the Spaniard in Barcelona.
Having recently returned from injury, Haaland looks to be in top shape ahead of City’s next tie which is against Chelsea in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.