The Norwegian physician expresses how much it hurts after Erling Haaland gets a “twist in his ankle” before the Liverpool match.


Erling Haaland’s fitness for Manchester City’s encounter against Liverpool the next weekend is under scrutiny following what seemed to be a knock during yesterday night’s 2-0 friendly victory over the Faroe Islands.

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The 23-year-old former Borussia Dortmund attacker was brought in at halftime, but he required medical attention after tripping and slinging his ankle and missing a back-post attempt.

He did, however, survive to see the end of the game, and as the last siren sounded, Norway’s medic Ola Sand explained the apparent injuries.

As said by Sand (via Manchester World), “it was pretty much the same as what happened against Bournemouth a week and a half ago.” “He had it earlier as well. His ankle becomes slightly twisted, leaving him partially exposed. It hurts a lot at first, but it goes away quickly.

We’ll check in with him early the next day after he has some medical attention, some quiet time, and relaxation. We have already communicated with the city. Erling has previously spoken with City and the chief physician, Mario Pasfundi.

Manchester City is one week ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League rankings with 28 points. Liverpool will be visiting the Etihad on Saturday.

Even though November is still early, the Reds are presently only behind one point against Pep Guardiola’s squad, and this game seems to be essential for the season’s title fight.

Despite the fact that the Sky Blues have won the previous three league titles, Jurgen Klopp and team will be eager to end the winning streak this time.

The last time the Merseysiders won at the Etihad was in the quarterfinals of the Champions League in 2018. Liverpool would have a better chance of earning three points if Haaland is out.

Due to injuries, several City players have missed recent international matches; nonetheless, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Norwegian and the other supposedly injured players play against us the following week.

During the current break, Mateo Kovacic, Ederson, Nathan Ake, and Matheus Nunes will not be participating for their respective national teams due to injury.

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