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Haaland announced himself to England's top flight with a stunning two-goal haul against West Ham United on Sunday.
He opened the scoring in the 36th minute after tucking away a penalty that he won.
Haaland then linked up brilliantly with Kevin De Bruyne, who slid a delightful pass to the Man City man.
The Norwegian talent made no mistake in front of goal, slotting home to double his side's lead.
Haaland has bagged a brace on his Premier League debut! 2️⃣— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) August 7, 2022
That ball from De Bruyne though... 🤤 pic.twitter.com/jsYLXj9qgQ
The 22-year-old gave a hilarious post-match interview following his dominant performance, accidentally swearing twice in a brilliant moment.
Sky Sports' Geoff Shreeves also interviewed Moyes and asked him about the superstar forward.
The Scot reluctantly answered after saying: "I don't really want to talk about other teams' players."
🗣 "I don't really want to talk about other teams players."— Football Daily (@footballdaily) August 7, 2022
David Moyes is disappointed that West Ham didn't read some of the runs Erling Haaland was making pic.twitter.com/Wuvu0E0sWX
Haaland has hit the ground running having bagged two goals on his first league start for the Blues.
Speaking after his tremendous outing, he said: "It was a good start, nothing much to say. Good start.
"I could've got a hat-trick... A bit s**t, but it is what it is... oh s**t sorry."
He added: "Also, now it is almost 30 minutes since I scored the last goal so I have to keep going."
Haaland will look to increase his goal tally when Man City resume their league campaign next Saturday at home to Bournemouth.