Erling Haaland posts message about Premier League title race after Arsenal and Manchester City draw

Following Sunday’s goalless draw between Arsenal and Manchester City, Liverpool has taken the lead in the Premier League.

The game at the Etihad was like a chess match between Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola, two managers who are very familiar with one another.

Infuriatingly for the neutral, both teams’ attempts to neutralize one another at various points on the field were successful, and the game finished 0-0.

Because of this, the race for the Premier League title is still very much open, but it is a little odd to see Manchester City in third place at this point in the season.

Infuriatingly for the neutral, both teams' attempts to neutralize one another at various points on the field were successful, and the game finished 0-0.

Because of this, the race for the Premier League title is still very much open, but it is a little odd to see Manchester City in third place at this point in the season.

Following Man City’s 0-0 victory over Arsenal, Erling Haaland tweets about the Premier League title race.
Erling Haaland of Manchester City had a subpar performance against Arsenal yesterday, didn’t he?

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The striker from Norway is without a doubt the best in the Premier League, if not the entire world. In 35 games, he has racked up 29 goals and six assists, an incredible return.

Nevertheless, Haaland struggled and had no shots on target in his match against William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes yesterday. He was even likened by Roy Keane to a striker from League Two.

Manchester City is now three points behind league leaders Liverpool in the Premier League standings following their draw with Arsenal.

With a superior goal differential, Jurgen Klopp’s team is the clear favorite to win the Premier League this year.

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Haaland isn’t giving up just yet, though. After the match against Arsenal, he posted on Instagram with confidence, asserting that City can come back from behind and win the championship, just as they did the previous year.

He wrote, “We can do it again; we’ve done it once!”

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