Manchester City beat Leeds United as Erling Haaland surpasses all other dreams

Erling Haaland withstood his onslaught in the record books as Manchester City beat Leeds 

 United 3-1 at Elland Road on Wednesday to move to second in the Premier League.

A late goal in the first and a half from Rodri and a brace in the 2 and a half from Haaland (his 19th and 20th goals

 making him the first in league history to reach that mark before January) 

 helped lead the team from Pep Guardiola to 35 points from 15 clubs this season, 5 behind leader Arsenal.

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Guy Town had been the better side with plenty of help in the first half but had little to show for it, with Leeds

goalkeeper Illan Meslier filling Haaland on his 30th-minute pass and Jack Grealish wasting