Sun 28 August 2022 | 13:37

Hattrick hero Erling Haaland is proud of Manchester City’s comeback

Manchester City was forced to overcome a two-goal deficit for the second straight week as they beat Crystal Palace 4-2. A hattrick from their Norwegian marquee signing was key to their come-back at the Etihad Stadium.

The victory against

Crystal Palace

is the fourth time in six Premier League matches that the Citizens came from two goals behind. The 22-year-old

Manchester City

striker vows to become even better after architecting the Citizens’ come-back on Saturday.

Erling Haaland

told his post-match interview:

"Of course it takes time but I know it will come and get even better. It's not easy to come to a new club, a new country so it has been a good start.

"It was a really good feeling to turn the game around. We had the mentality to trust each other and keep going.

"It's about trying to continue what we are doing. It was about small adjustments and we did that and got results. We had to listen to the manager."




international became the fourth player to net at least six goals in his first four Premier League games.


joked his next target is chasing down father Alfie's tally of 18 goals in a season.


It’s a proud moment for me and my family,"

Haaland said. "

But my dad will probably say he had more goals in the Premier League than me so I will chase that."

Manchester City will next face

Nottingham Forest

at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.



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