One of my favourite football players, Eran Zahavi, broke the record for most goals in one season in Israel two years ago. He's currently well on his way to break the same record in China - the most goals scored in one season in the Chinese Super League is 28 goals, and he has 22 goals with 10 games remaining.
If he ends up breaking the record of the most goals in one season in China, which means he will have this record in two separate countries, will he be the first player to do that in history?
Note that what I'm looking for here is breaking the record in each country, not just being the highest scorer in a particular season. For example, suppose the most goals ever scored in one season in France is 31 and in Germany is 37. If a player comes along and scores 32 goals in France in one season, then he moves to Germany and scores 38 goals in one season, that would count. However, a player who was the highest scorer in one season in France with 30 goals and then scored 38 in Germany would not count as they didn't actually break the record in France. There is no requirement for the two record breaking seasons to be consecutive.