Norwegian star Erling Haaland, Manchester City striker, has said his goal is to win titles and his job is to score goals before facing Arsenal in the Premier League tonight on Wednesday.
Manchester City will visit Arsenal tonight, Wednesday, at the Emirates Stadium in London, in the rescheduled match of the twelfth round of the English Premier League.
“Of course it’s not normal to score 25 goals, but I knew this team was used to scoring 100 goals in a season and so I knew as a striker that I would come here and score,” Haaland said in statements. on the Manchester City official website.
He added: “My goal is to win titles and right now you can’t think much about what might happen next May. We need to solve this issue and every match separately, but now I plan to beat Arsenal.
And he continued: “The Premier League is a difficult competition, and every match is very important, and when we lost to Tottenham, we didn’t succeed, and now suddenly we are back in the competition. We need to relax and sort things out. with each confrontation separately.
And about the meeting with his compatriot Martin Odegaard, the Norwegian noted: “He is an excellent football player, and he has finally begun to show all his abilities. Now he is showing his qualities to the world, and it is a pleasure to watch him.”
Haaland commented on his low number of touches in matches: “I have to focus on the meeting as the ball can reach me at any moment. I don’t need to touch the ball every minute to enjoy it. I have to be in the right place in front of the goal, that’s what what I’m working on.”
Looking at the comparison between the English and German leagues, he concluded: “I enjoyed my time in Dortmund, I spent two and a half years there and it was a great time and we played great football, now I play for City and I have a lot of things, of course, but at the end of the day, my job is to get the ball into the net, that’s the most important thing.”
Notably, Erling Haaland (22) is the top scorer in the English Premier League with 25 goals, and he could have increased his scoring against Aston Villa when Manchester City converted a penalty in the first half, and the result shows that he advanced two goals unanswered, but the strange thing is that the Algerian Riyad Mahrez executed the kick.
While Manchester City are second in the Premier League table with 48 points, three points behind leaders Arsenal who have played one game less.
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