It was Elling Holland again.
Holland started up front against Nottingham Forest in the sixth round of the 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) season at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England, on Thursday (Nov. 24), and scored in the 14th minute for a 1-0 lead.
City capitalized on Phil Foden’s opener in the seventh minute of the second half for a 2-0 victory and a sixth straight win to open the season.
Holland scored for the fourth straight game, finishing off a cross from Matheus Nunes.
Last season, he won the League-Champions Goalscorer award with 36 goals in the EPL and 12 in the UEFA Champions League.
This season, the momentum hasn’t changed. In the EPL alone, Holland has scored eight goals in his last six games. That’s 1.33 goals per game. He’s scored six with his left foot and two with his head. One goal from the penalty spot. Specifically, in six games, he had 31 shots on goal and 17 shots on target. That’s a goal-to-shot ratio of 47%.온라인카지노
Last season, Holland took a total of 123 shots, 60 on goal, and scored 36 goals for a 60% shot on goal percentage. That’s not quite the same as last season, but it’s a similar shot-to-shot ratio. He continues to perform like a “monster striker” even when facing strong opposition.