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Champions League: Haaland Gets Back To Scoring Goals As Man City Thrashes Young Boys

Champions League: Haaland Gets Back To Scoring Goals As Man City Thrashes Young Boys

Manchester City goal machine, Erling Haaland has gotten back on the scoresheet, getting a brace in his team’s Champions League bout against Young Boys

“It was an exceptional game,” Guardiola told TNT Sports. I’m just really, really pleased with the way we played; we need one more game to qualify mathematically and then two more to finish first.”

Haaland ended his goal drought, while Manuel Akanji also got his name on the scoresheet. 

Pep Guardiola’s side maintained their unbeaten run in the Champions League group stage and they would be hosting Young Boys again for the next clash. If they win, they will qualify for the knockouts. 

Haaland scored for the first time in six Champions League games with a penalty in the 67th minute after Mohamed Camara’s tackle on Rodri in the box.

The 23-year-old added his second in the 86th minute, firing the ball into the top corner, far away from Young Boys’ goalie’s reach. 

“It is important to have the chances; the people want him to fail,” Guardiola said. “I am sorry but this guy will score goals all his life, with the chances he is an incredible threat… he is going to score until the last day he plays football.”

City’s Julian Alvarez had a goal waved off after VAR determined Grealish had handled the ball in the build-up.

Young Boys are third in the group by one point after three matches.

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