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# ‘Multi-Goal’ Holland Breaks UCL Goal Drought… Man City's 3rd Consecutive Win Streak Holland resumes scoring after 6 UCL games... 37th UCL career goal England's Manchester City (Man City)'s 'super goal scorer' Erling Holland broke the 'UCL goal drought' by scoring in 6 games on the UEFA Champions League (UCL) stage. Holland scored two goals alone, including a penalty kick, in the 3rd match of Group G of the 2023-2024 UCL Group Stage against Young Boys (Switzerland) held at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland on the 26th (Korean time), giving Manchester City a 3-1 victory. led. **[해외 카지노 사이트](https://www.outlookindia.com/plugin-play/2023년-한국을-대표하는-카지노-사이트-best-10-news-326663)** As a result, Manchester City maintained its lead with three consecutive wins in the group stage, and also continued its undefeated streak of 16 consecutive games (10 wins, 6 draws) on the UCL stage. RB Leipzig (Germany, 6 points), which defeated In-beom Hwang's Crvena Zvezda (Serbia, 1 point) 3-1, was in second place. Zvezda and Young Boys (1 point, -4, and 4 points) had the same points, goal difference, and multiple goals, so Zvezda went down to last place in terms of fair play scores. It was a game in which Holland, who had been silent on goals for a while on the UCL stage, came back to life. [Manchester City](https://fileforum.com/profile/cristellecruzfour), who finished the first half scoreless, took the lead three minutes into the second half when Munuel Akinji scored the first goal. When Ruben Dias' header hit the goalkeeper's hand and then hit the crossbar, Akinji pushed it in with his right foot in front of the goal. Young Boys also balanced the game by scoring an equalizer during a counterattack in the 7th minute of the second half when Meshaq Elia scored. In a 1-1 situation, Holland came forward as the solution. In the 22nd minute of the second half, Holan took over as the kicker of the penalty kick induced by Rodri and succeeded in scoring with a powerful left-footed shot. By scoring a penalty kick, Holland ended his recent UCL scoreless streak after six games. Following last season's UCL semifinals (2 games) and final, Holland did not score until the first and second group games of this season, but ended his thirst for goals with this penalty kick. Holland's scoring did not end with one goal. In the 41st minute of the second half, he received a pass from Rodri, who had induced a penalty kick, and took responsibility for the key goal with a precise right-foot curl kick from the front of the penalty area, completing his multiple goals. Holland scored a total of 37 goals (33 games, 24 left-foot goals, 9 right-foot goals, 4 headers) on the UCL stage, ranking 20th in the UCL all-time highest scorers ranking. The highest score in UCL history is [Cristiano Ronaldo](https://www.kickstarter.com/profile/cristellecruzfour/about) with 140 goals, followed by Lionel Messi (129 goals).