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Cheek out who is the youngest player to score 100 goals

Erling Haaland couldn't praise a mind boggling vocation achievement on Saturday. 

The Norwegian genius scored twice inside the initial 10 minutes during Der Klassiker to put Borussia Dortmund 2-0 facing Bayern Munich. 

The second of those strikes saw him arrive at a hundred years of objectives in his profession. 

While that is an accomplishment well worth recognizing, Haaland's evening got ugly when he limped off with a lower leg injury as Dortmund proceeded to lose 4-2. 

Notwithstanding the outcome, Haaland has now scored a unimaginable 45 objectives in 46 appearances for the German side. Add to that his 29 objectives in 27 games for RB Salzburg. Toward the beginning of his profession, he indented 20 objectives in 50 appearances for Molde. In the mean time, he's packed away six of every seven at global level. 

So that is 100 Goals at 20 years old years and 228 days. 

We clarified on Sunday how Haaland had arrived at 100 vocation objectives in less matches than Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimvovic and Cristiano Ronaldo. 

However, which player was the YOUNGEST when they arrived at that count? 

All things considered, The National News has taken a gander at the 10 most youthful players to arrive at 100 objectives and Haaland is just the second most youthful. 

That is on the grounds that he was beaten by Neymar - who arrived at 100 profession objectives on his twentieth birthday celebration. Obviously, the entirety of Neymar's initial 100 objectives came in Brazil for Santos.

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