Manchester City’s premier league top scorer, Erling Haaland says that his club will bounce back after being beaten and defeated by Arsenal at Emirate Stadium on Sunday.
He wrote, “Not the way we wanted to go into the international break, but we will bounce back together, as always”
Erling Haaland’s goal drought has extended to two Premier League matches, and he has been grappling to find his scoring form in his accustomed position.
With Kevin De Bruyne nursing a thigh injury and Rodri’s red card, there is speculation that Haaland’s goal-scoring prowess may have diminished by 50%. The recent Arsenal match shows the importance of De Bruyne and Rodri to Manchester City.
However, Arsenal managed to strike a blow to Manchester City with Martinelli’s 86th-minute goal, paving the way for the club to win City two consecutive times.
It’s worth noting that since 2015, Arsenal has not secured a victory against Manchester City in both home and away matches.
Arsenal’s triumph over Manchester City has skyrocketed Mikel Arteta to achieve the remarkable feat of defeating all Premier League clubs during his tenure.