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Erik ten Hag is not worry about Haaland, this is what he said

By Harry Smith

Erik ten Hag is not worry about Haaland, this is what he said

Sunday will be the day of the Manchester derby, almost a month after Man Utd's last Premier League game.

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Expectations for the match are very high, two teams that are adapting to their new signings, while Man City are finding a streak based on their offense, Man Utd are strengthening their defense, something that was not common in the last seasons of the Red Devils.

The rivalry will have a new edition, it will be in their visit to the citizens at Etihad Stadium, a crucial match in the championship aspirations, and that will mean the beginning of a few weeks with matches every third day, a win in the match would place the Red Devils two points behind the leader, and with a game less, and it will also be a reason to continue with the confidence at its peak.

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Erik ten Hag began to evaluate his options to resume the team's activities in the Premier League, the injured strikers, the French Anthony Martial, and the team's top scorer and assisting player, Marcus Rashford, were incorporated. Although Cristiano seems to have the upper hand as he is active in training and with the Portugal national team.

The Dutch manager was questioned about the level of the rival striker, Erling Haaland, who has more goals than Man Utd combined, the Norwegian striker's Premier League numbers are: 11 goals in seven games. While Manchester United has scored 8 goals in six games.

"We're not playing Haaland, we're playing Man City"

Was what he thought about the questions about the striker of the citizens, he added in his statements that it is the attitude that the team must have to play in the best way the Manchester derby, Erik ten Hag is convinced that he can take the three points away from Pep Guardiola's team.


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