Champions League: Five-star Erling Haaland leads Manchester City rout of RB Leipzig in last-16 tie

Erling Haaland has become the third player in Champions League history to score five goals in a game, leading led Manchester City to an unrelenting 7-0 rout of RB Leipzig in the second leg of their last-16 tie.

The victory, which equalled City's biggest European win, sent Pep Guardiola's side into the quarter-finals 8-1 on aggregate.

Haaland scores his fifth goal.
Haaland scores his fifth goal. Photo credit: Getty Images

On a recordbreaking night, Haaland, 22, became Manchester City's top goalscorer in a season ever, as he took his tally for the campaign to 39 goals, vaulting him past Tommy Johnson's mark from 1928/29.

He also became the youngest player to reach 30 Champions League goals, as he moved on to 33, hitting that mark in 25 games, the fewest ever.

Ilkay Gundogen and Kevin De Bruyne were also on target for City.