Erling Haland and his national team, Norway, smashed FIFA U-20 World Cup records in their 12-0 win over Honduras at the ongoing tournament in Poland.
Red Bull Salzburg striker, Erling, scored nine times to break the record for most goals scored in a FIFA U-20 World Cup match.
The 18-year-old scored four times in the first half before adding five after the restart to outrank Adailton, who scored six for Brazil in a 10-3 win over Korea Republic in 1997.
Norway also recorded the biggest win in the competition history with the win.
The Norwegians, however, have to wait to find out their fate in the competition having lost their first two games.
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