Erling Haaland scored a brace as Manchester City beat Leeds United 1-3 in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
The Norwegian can’t stop scoring for his side as once again he produces another masterclass to earn his team a comfortable win away from home.
First Half Report
The first half of the game was evenly balanced coming from both teams and most importantly Leeds United who had to deal with a lot of pressure.
It was a match in which the 45 minutes were very tight and nothing came from both of them in the early stages despite the opportunities created.
Manchester City saw most of the ball which was good for them in terms of dominating but they couldn’t make anything happen in goal.
Leeds United held on until the 45th minute plus added time which saw Rodri scoring the opening goal of the game which made it 0-1 after the long wait.
Manchester City headed for the break with a 0-1 victory against their opponent after 45 minutes of football which was played between them.
Second Half Report
Leeds United had a lot of work to do coming into the second half which saw them unable to close things down as Erling Haaland scored in the 51st minute making it 0-2.
The match progressed with more opportunities coming from both teams until Erling Haaland made it his brace in the 64th minute and the scoreline was 0-3.
Jack Grealish also recorded a brace of assists for Manchester City who later conceded a goal in the 73rd minute of the encounter making things 1-3 as it progressed.
The game entered the 90th minute with Leeds United unable to make anything happen from their end which was expected knowing they don’t have much to offer.
Manchester City cruised away with another easy victory beating their opponent 1-3 after 90 minutes of football played between them and their opponent in the Premier League.
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