The Guardian pokes Haaland’s City

The unstoppable start of Manchester City and of Erling Braut Haaland in the Premier League has not gone unnoticed by the big media in England. That is why it is not strange that the newspaper Guardian published a vignette in which the Norwegian striker is depicted as a weapon of mass destruction mounted on a truck and cheered on by a crowd.


The Guradian cartoon about Haaland.

On the pitch, Manchester City got rid of Wolves, thanks in part to Erling Haaland’s continued dominance. It’s great that the strongest team, backed by unlimited financial resources, has the deadliest weapon. Great, great, great. It’s like a powerful regime parading its military hardware every week (just to add the North Korean vibes permeating the UK)”, explains the text that accompanies the image.

But the truth is that, with the exception of the defeat against Liverpool in the Community ShieldHaaland’s debut with City could not have been better, with 14 goals in ten games played. in the premiere, Pep Guardiola’s new ‘9’ has scored eleven goals in seven games and is the top scorersame as in the Champions League, where he has scored three in two games (and is tied with Robert Lewandowski and Kylian Mbappé).

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