SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, football legend calls Erling Haaland a League Two player after his terrible performance against arsenal. The Norway international failed to muster a shot on target during Man City’s 0-0 draw versus their Premier League title rivals and he was masterfully nullified by Arsenal’s centre-back duo of William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes. He said ” his weaknesses was exposed yesterday The levels of his general play are so poor, He has to improve that. He is almost like a League Two player. Could even register a shot its a shame”.


Manchester United icon Roy Keane has drawn a comparison between Manchester City forward Erling Haaland and a League Two player following his lackluster performance against Arsenal on Sunday.

During Man City’s crucial 0-0 draw against their Premier League title rivals, the Norwegian international struggled to create opportunities and was effectively neutralized by Arsenal’s central defensive pairing of William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes.

While chances were scarce for Haaland, a significant error occurred in the final moments of the game when he completely missed the ball after a Josko Gvardiol headed knockdown, with only David Raya standing in his way.

Haaland boasts an impressive record, having scored 52 goals in 53 games during his debut season at Man City and finding the net 29 times in 35 matches this campaign. However, Keane believes that his overall game falls short.

Keane, who provided analysis on Sky Sports during the Etihad Stadium clash, did not hold back in his criticism of Haaland following the match.

“The levels of his overall play are disappointing,” remarked the former Manchester United midfielder. “Not just today, but in terms of laying off passes, aerial duels, and other aspects… Despite being exceptional in front of goal, his general play is lacking for a player of his caliber.”

Continuing his assessment, Keane added, “He needs to enhance that aspect of his game. He’s almost akin to a League Two player in terms of his overall contribution. However, his overall play is likely to improve over the next couple of years. While he’s a brilliant striker, he must elevate his all-round game.”

Despite Haaland leading the Premier League in goal-scoring this season with 18 goals, his failure to make an impact against Arsenal marked the first time he has gone three consecutive Man City matches without scoring or assisting since September.

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