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David Moyes has priceless reaction to being asked about Erling Haaland's Premier League debut

Nasir Jabbar

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David Moyes has priceless reaction to being asked about Erling Haaland's Premier League debut

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David Moyes had a priceless reaction to being asked about Erling Haaland's sensational Premier League debut.

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.

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."

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.

Topics: Football, Erling Haaland, David Moyes, West Ham United, Manchester City

Nasir Jabbar
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