Premier League: The hilarious sequence of Erling Haaland, who threw an expletive on English TV – RMC Sport

In response to a question from Sky Sports following his first Manchester City brace on Sunday at West Ham in the Premier League, the journalist captured Erling Haaland asking him questions after a slight (slight) slip in his language.

He got out of his comfort zone by joining the English Premier League, one of the strongest leagues in the world, Erling Haaland Will he retain the incredible efficiency that accompanied each of his matches with Borussia Dortmund (86 goals in 89 games…)? With two goals in the space of half an hour (36, 65) against West Ham, the Norwegian answered the question that was burning everyone’s lips, and celebrated his debut in the Premier League on his way, torturing the net.

“It was a good start, there’s not much to say. It’s a good start. It’s still early in the season, we have to keep going. We already saw the potential against Bayern Munich. It’s a good start. It was less good against Liverpool, but,” he told Sky Sports after the match. That will come with the matches.”

Hungry as ever at the start of the tournament, Haaland was almost disappointed not to leave the turf in the triple. “I could…, he lamented to the journalist who interrogated him. If I saw Gundogan’s behavior before I left the field, I should have been present to appeal (note, De Bruyne Center is nearby). It’s disgusting but that’s it… “

Amused by the nature of the young Norwegian giant, who did not seem to appreciate that he spoke so little on English television, journalist Erling Haaland advised to watch his language. The Norwegian replied with a smile, enjoying the absurdity of the scene, “Ah yeah, shit, sorry. It’s no way to talk in this country.” What he may not realize is that Sky Sports has covered every one of his ‘fouls’. In England, we don’t joke around with customs.

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