Earlig Haaland Names A Club That Could Give Coaches a Hard Time In The EPL This Season

Earling Haaland has vowed to chase his own Dad’s goal-scoring record in the Premier League following his flying start at City this season, netting six goals in just 4 matches he has played so far.

The Norwegian, 21, who joined Manchester City for £51 Million from Burrusia Dortmund this summer opened his goals account for club with brace against West Ham United in their Premier League curtain raiser. Earling failed to register a goal at 4-0 demolition of Bournemouth, but was on the score sheet when City drew 3-3 against Newcastle United.

On Saturday evening, Earlig Haaland justified the reason why Manchester City broke their banks for him this summer when he scored a treble to secure 4-2 victory for a club that trailed by 2 goals in the first half of the game.

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Haaland netted an equalizer after Bernardo Silva halved the deficit just minutes after the break before he scored another two to seal victory for the defending champions who were desperate for a win.

And after netting the treble, Haaland who found the opportunity to speak gave a clear reason why Manchester City could give other coaches in Premier League hard time this season.

Haaland says that as a club, they need to keep going and do their best in order to win games for Manchester City, something that explains why City could be a tough team going forward.

“Now we need to keep going. In these games, that’s why I am here, to turn it around when we maybe have difficult times. It’s a good feeling.

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“I don’t think too much about how many goals before the game and my focus is just to try to play as best as I can, together with the team, to try to win the game, and that’s exactly what we did.”

Manchester City gets back to action this Wednesday as they welcome newly promoted championship outfit Nottingham Forest at Etihad.

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