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The Iceman Cometh: Haaland Tells Man City to Stay Frosty as They Close in on Title Victory

Erling Haaland, the Norwegian sensation, has told his Manchester City teammates to “chill out” after their 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur

And honestly, who can blame him

They’re on the verge of making English football history!


City’s win on Tuesday put them back at the top of the table, two points clear of Arsenal

And if they beat West Ham on Sunday, they’ll secure their fourth consecutive Premier League title – a feat that’s never been done before in English football’s top tier

No big deal, right?


Haaland, the hero of the day, scored two goals (because, of course, he did) and praised his team’s mentality. “Focus on game by game and now relax

We came here to try to win and we won.” Sounds like a solid plan to me!


But let’s talk about the game

Haaland scored the first goal in the second half, and then doubled City’s lead with a penalty kick after Jeremy Doku was taken down by Pedro Porro

Spurs had a chance to equalize, but City’s reserve goalkeeper, Stefan Ortega, was like a brick wall (in a good way)

He denied Son Heung-min’s one-on-one attempt, and Haaland was like, “Yeah, we’re good.”


Haaland gave props to Spurs, calling them a “fantastic team” (aw, thanks, Erling!)

He admitted that the game was tough, but hey, they won, and that’s all that matters. “I think we were a bit nervous

I think that’s normal, there’s a lot of emotions for everyone..

But it’s about not thinking too much

Try to focus on your things to do and try to win.”


And then, he gave Ortega the ultimate compliment: “Man of the match..

What can I say

He’s incredible and such a good guy as well, so I’m happy for him.” Aww, team love!


So, there you have it

City’s on the verge of history, and Haaland’s just chillin’, telling his teammates to relax

Good luck on Sunday, City! (But let’s be real, you’ve got this.)

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