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Erling Haaland's impression of John Stones has gone viral, Man City fans are loving it

Erling Haaland's impression of John Stones has gone viral, Man City fans are loving it

Haaland channelled his inner Yorkshireman as he impersonated John Stones.

Erling Haaland has stunned Manchester City fans with his hilarious impression of John Stones, as the Norwegian perfectly mimicked the English defender's Yorkshire accent.

The now-viral clip was taken from a recent Manchester City YouTube video, in which Haaland, Stones and Ilkay Gundogan discussed some of their favourite travel destinations in the world.

After Haaland reveals his love for Abu Dhabi, Stones attempts to pitch in with a comment about the Louvre, a famous museum located on Saadiyat Island.

However, in typical British fashion, Stones butchers the pronunciation of the building - much to the delight of his Manchester City teammates - with Gundogan quickly correcting the Barnsley-born centre half with a more eloquent pronunciation of his own.

However it appears Haaland preferred Stones' attempt, as the Norwegian striker proceeded to mimic his teammate in quite hilarious fashion.

Despite representing Norway - the birth country of his parents - Haaland himself is actually a Yorkshire boy too, having been born 25 miles up the road from Stones in Leeds, where his father was plying his trade at the time.

But while Haaland has impressed fans with his English during post-match press conferences this season, few expected his perfectly-executed impression of Stones, with fans claiming that Haaland sounds more like Stones than Stones himself.

It isn't the first time that Haaland has mocked the accent of his fellow Manchester City man, having previously been filmed delivering his best impression of Stones as he entered training alongside Jack Grealish.

The camaraderie between the Yorkshire-born duo has done no harm to City's success on the pitch, as they both found themselves on the scoresheet on Saturday, as Pep Guardiola's side piled the pressure on league leaders Arsenal with a 3-1 victory over Leicester City.

Haaland's brace - goals 31 and 32 in the Premier League this season - means that the Norwegian has now equalled Mohamed Salah's record for the most goals scored in a 38-game Premier League season.

His latest goalscoring exploits came just days after the former Borussia Dortmund favourite took to Instagram to reveal the secrets behind his success.

Featured Image Credit: Manchester City/YouTube

Topics: Erling Haaland, Manchester City, John Stones