Haaland names club that will be hardest to win in the coming days in the premier league2 min read
Manchester City new arrival in Earling Haaland after his back to back hat trick with Manchester City in the Premier League has opened up on life in that part of Manchester, warning other clubs of what they should expect in the coming days.
Manchester City got back their normal convincing way of winning matches after struggling to earn points against Newcastle United and Crystal Palace with 6-0 demolition of the newly promoted championship outfit Nottingham forest.
After utilizing 17 minutes of the second half to net a tremble that gave Manchester City 4-2 win against Crystal Palace last weekend in fashionable comeback, The Norwegian used only 12 minutes to break the dreadlock when he turned Phil Foden’s cross past Nottingham Forest shotstopper Dean Henderson.
Haaland who has 9 goals from 6 matches this season utilized 16 minutes to add two more goals to give Manchester City 3-0 half time victory. Joao Cancelo netted a goal minutes after the break before Julian Alvarez scored a brace to seal 6-0 victory and open his account for Manchester City in the Premier League.
Haaland is very happy at Manchester City waxing lyrical about his Manchester City teammates branding them amazing footballers. The top scorer assured his audience that they will continue playing good and even plans to be better than they are currently. And if Manchester City are going to better how they are today as Haaland hints, it explains how this club could be the hardest to win a game against in the coming days.
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“There are amazing footballers here, which you can see as I wouldn’t score as many goals without them. We play so good, we will become even better.
“It is important to keep going. There is going to be a lot of games, we have to enjoy it as much as we can.” Haaland told BT sport after the match.