By Ind Job Info Team
Manchester City overcame Crystal Palace 4-2 on Saturday thanks to a second-half hat-trick from Erling Haaland.
Haaland, who averaged nearly a goal per game for Borussia Dortmund before joining City in June, has scored six times in four league games for Pep Guardiola's side.
The result puts City level with Brighton & Hove Albion on 10 points. 13th-place Palace has four points from four games.
John Stones' fourth-minute own goal put Patrick Vieira's team ahead, and Joachim Andersen's 21st-minute header from an Eberechi Eze corner increased their lead.
Bernardo Silva's deflected low shot in the 53rd minute launched City's comeback.
The striker scored from close range after a Silva-inspired move and saved the best for last, showing Ilkay Gundogan the pass he wanted and holding off Joel Ward as he shot into the bottom corner.
After Palace's early goals, Haaland warned City shouldn't panic. "We trust each other and know opportunities will arise. Continue. Our four aims are great.