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Footage shows what happened as Erling Haaland stormed off the pitch after Man City vs Spurs

Marcus Chan

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Footage shows what happened as Erling Haaland stormed off the pitch after Man City vs Spurs

New footage has emerged showing what happened as Erling Haaland stormed off the pitch at the end of Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur.

City were held to a dramatic 3-3 draw at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday evening as a late Dejan Kulusevski goal denied Pep Guardiola’s men all three points.

With the match at 3-3, City were denied a late chance after referee Simon Hooper blew the whistle for a foul having originally waved play on as City had the advantage.

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City fans and players were left baffled as Jack Grealish was about to get onto Haaland's pass but the referee blew his whistle.

After the match, City players, including Haaland were not pleased with the referee’s decision, with the Norwegian reacting on social media.

Now, footage has emerged capturing Haaland’s reaction at the final whistle.

The striker was seen shoulder-barging Spurs player Giovani Lo Celso and City boss Guardiola had to rush over to stop the situation from escalating further.

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Speaking about the controversial decision, former Manchester United captain Roy Keane said on Sky Sports: “The referee has made a mistake. It's a poor call, he's got it wrong.

“Grealish is through on goal and credit to him, he played advantage. But he's got that [the decision to bring it back] wrong. We can all see that.”

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He added: “It's a poor decision, but City will be critical of themselves for letting Spurs off the hook. They can't look at the referee for that one.”

As a result of the draw against Spurs, City slipped to third place in the Premier League table after Liverpool’s thrilling 4-3 win against Fulham propelled them into second place.

The champions are back in Premier League action on Wednesday as they travel to Villa Park to take on Unai Emery’s Aston Villa.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@AlvarodeGrado

Topics: Manchester City, Pep Guardiola, Erling Haaland, Tottenham Hotspur, Football

Marcus Chan
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