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ERLING HAALAND SENDS ARSENAL PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE WARNING AFTER MAN CITY WIN

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Erling Haaland of Manchester City has cautioned Mikel Arteta's Arsenal that there are "still a lot of games left" in the Premier League title race.

The star striker of Pep Guardiola's team reminded Arsenal that they still have to travel to the dreaded Etihad next month after Haaland's penalty helped his team defeat Crystal Palace 1-0 at Selhurst Park on Saturday night.

The difference between the two teams is currently two points, but the north London team may increase it to five if they defeat ambitious Fulham on Sunday.
You can always count on Manchester City to keep producing results and points, no matter what.


It wouldn't be surprising if, at most, there were only a few points separating the two when they faced again on April 26.

The intimidating talent Guardiola can choose from, including the ability to sit Kevin de Bruyne for Man City's trip to Selhurst Park, is one of the key causes of that.

Yet, after his team's victory yesterday, Haaland had this message for Arsenal, as he informed Premier League Productions (11/03/23 at 7:35 pm).
Every game is difficult, and the next one is Leipzig in the Champions League, followed by Burnley in the FA Cup, both of which we must win, according to Haaland.

"We must achieve victories. Naturally, this chasm (to Arsenal). We must just think about ourselves.
They are in our house. There are still many games left to play, and nothing has been determined.

"I like it. We are in England. I relish every second of being in it and in the middle of it because this is what I have been watching my entire life.

Manchester City at Crystal Palace in the Premier League
photo by Getty Images/Alex Pantling
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