Two seasons. Two titles. Two Golden Boots. Too easy for Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland has claimed his second Premier League Golden Boot in as many seasons, cementing his status as one of the world’s most lethal strikers.

The Norwegian hitman propelled Manchester City to their fourth consecutive league title on Sunday, scoring 27 goals in the process.

Despite missing two months due to injury, Haaland proved instrumental in City’s title charge.

He netted nine times in his final seven league appearances, including crucial goals against Liverpool and Arsenal.

His absence was felt when City endured a goalless draw against Nottingham Forest, their only league defeat this season.

Haaland’s tally was nine goals ahead of closest rival Cole Palmer of Chelsea.

Newcastle’s Alexander Isak rounded out the top three with 21 goals.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, Tottenham’s Son Heung-min, and West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen were among the other notable scorers in the league.

Haaland’s prolificacy has been a key factor in Manchester City’s dominance in recent years.

His ability to score from virtually any position has made him a nightmare for opposing defenders.

His partnership with Kevin De Bruyne has been particularly lethal, with the Belgian providing numerous assists for the striker’s goals.

At just 23 years old, Haaland has already established himself as one of the most sought-after talents in football.

Leading English Premier League scorers after Sunday’s matches:

27: Haaland (Man City)
22: Palmer (Chelsea)
21: Isak (Newcastle)
19: Foden (Man City), Solanke (Bournemouth), Watkins (Aston Villa)
18: Salah (Liverpool)
17: Son Heung-min (Tottenham)
16: Bowen (West Ham), Mateta (Crystal Palace), Saka (Arsenal)
14: Jackson (Chelsea), Wood (Nottm Forest)
13: Havertz (Arsenal)
12: Cunha (Wolves), Hwang (Wolves), Trossard (Arsenal), Wissa (Brentford)
11: Alvarez (Man City), Eze (Crystal Palace), Gordon (Newcastle), Morris (Luton), Nunez (Liverpool), Richarlison (Tottenham)
10: Adebayo (Luton), Bailey (Aston Villa), Fernandes (Man Utd), Hojlund (Man Utd), Jota (Liverpool), Olise (Crystal Palace)

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