For the first time in the history of the Champions League three players share at this point the great achievement of have gotten into each of the matches that have played, those three names that we must write down are: Erling Haaland (Red Bull Salzburg), Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) and Memphis Depay (Lyon).
Erling Haaland: a scorer was born
With 19 years is the youngest player to score seven goals in the Champions League, breaking the records by Kylian Mbappé and Raúl González, thus astonishing all of Europe. All this has earned him that the eyes of the greatest are very attentive to him, arousing the interest of Bayern Munich or Manchester United.
The Norwegian player arrived in Salzburg this season from the Mold of his country by 5 million, and since he is on the Austrian team he has scored 23 goals in 17 games played and four assists, of which he scored 12 in the League.
In this edition of the Champions League he scored a total of 7 goals (3 to Genk, 1 to Liverpool, 3 to Naples).
Memphis Depay: irregularity scored
To all football fans the name of Memphis Depay sounds, a spectacular goal, an incredible dribble or an impossible move that becomes viral on social networks, for not looking at his spectacular lion that has tattooed on his back.
The Dutchman is signing a season full of ups and downs, something that has characterized him throughout his career. Lyon has made its worst league start from decades ago and Sylvinho lost his job, however the French go seconds in their Champions League group they march seconds to just two points of Leipzig.
Depay scored a goal in each match played in the Champions League against his three rivals in the group stage: Benfica, Leipzig and Zenit in St. Petersburg.
Robert Lewandowski: a real attack line insurance
The performance of the Polish in the lead of Bayern Munich is more than demonstrated, during his long career he has been characterized by his nose face gol. One of the great statistics he holds in the German team is that at this point if the Bavarian club did not count in his ranks with the Polish, it would be showing the descent.
In this edition of the Champions League the performance of the German team is perfect, 12 points out of 12 possible and with a Lewandowski unchained. His time in the Champions League is summarized in: Red Star (1 goal), Tottenham (2 goals), Olympiakos (3 goals)