Manchester City striker Erling Haaland commented on the victory over Leeds (3:1) in the match of the 17th round of the English Premier League.
“I have a goal, but I can’t name it. I just said in the dressing room that I could score five, but the most important thing is that we won.
Now we see Arsenal at the top and we have to hunt for them. As a striker, I need to score more. I could score a couple more, but life decreed otherwise.
My father and mother were on the podium today. This is a special event. I am happy – this is a special moment in my career – to wear my father’s T-shirt. In my wildest fantasies, I couldn’t imagine being at Elland Road and scoring for Manchester City against Leeds,” Haaland said.