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Video of Erling Haaland absolutely bullying Jonny during Man City attack goes viral

Nasir Jabbar

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Video of Erling Haaland absolutely bullying Jonny during Man City attack goes viral

A video shows Erling Haaland absolutely bullying Jonny Castro Otto during a Manchester City attack in their win over Wolves.

Haaland continued his blistering scoring run as he bagged a brilliant goal in his side's comfortable 3-0 victory at Molineux on Saturday.

He hit the target with a great right-footed strike to register his 11th Premier League goal of the season - and his 14th in all competitions.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

After finding the back of the net in the 16th minute, Haaland remained a threat in the game and made Jonny's life a misery.

The diminutive Spanish defender had the unenviable task of marking the Norwegian phenom.

And the 22-year-old made his presence known as he bullied Jonny in an off the ball moment.

He shrugged off his marker with absolute ease during a Man City attack.

Naturally, the footage of Haaland and Jonny got fans talking online.

One tweeted: "He makes them look like children."

A second wrote: "Imagine having to mark him loll."

A third added: "Tears we're gonna see defenders start diving."

Another commented: "Nah Haaland straight up giving that Traore treatment to Wolves is too funny."

The Blues sit at the top of the league ahead of Sunday's fixtures, with Haaland firing on all cylinders.

Haaland and Co return to action on October 2 when they face cross-town rivals Manchester United.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Premier League

Topics:ย Erling Haaland, Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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