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Erling Haaland returns to the goal activity with the second score for Manchester City

Erling Haaland score the second goal for Manchester City  

Erling Haaland score the second goal for Manchester City  
Erling Haaland score the second goal for Manchester City  

Manchester City is back to the Premier League and is willing to keep the leadership of the English tournament as they are facing today Nottingham Forest, who are currently on the eight position of the standings. Phil Fodem has been the first player to score at Etihad Stadium within just six minutes since the match began.

Walker had an excellent opportunity to score his first goal of the match but instead made an assist to Phil Foden to score the first goal of the match vs Nottingham’s goalkeeper, Turner. But the goals keep falling for Manchester City as Erling Haaland puts the second score in the table.

In an opening drive led by Julian Alvarez, Manchester City finds its way to score the second one. Nottingham Forest can’t stop the Citizens attack as they can’t even control the ball possession as they could only manage to keep the ball for 1% compared to Manchester City that has the 99% of the possession.

Manchester City is keeping the lead with 18 points, getting further away even more from Tottenham Hotspurs chances as they need five points to tie with Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, who are the only team that has won their five matches of the Premier League.

What’s next for Manchester City?

Erling’s Haaland goal against Nottingham Forest is his eighth in just six games, a new record for the Norwegian striker in the Premier League, and we have to remember the tournament has just begun and Erling might set a new record.

Manchester City has a tight schedule for the next several weeks as they will face NewCastle for the EFL Cup on Wednesday 27th; they will visit Wolves Hampton for the ninth week of the Premier League on Saturday 30th; and will have their second UEFA Champions League appointment against RB Leipzig Wednesday October the 4th.
 

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