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Watch: Erling Haaland Warned To Clean Up His Language In Post-Match Interview

Watch: Erling Haaland Warned To Clean Up His Language In Post-Match Interview
By Gary Connaughton Updated

The Premier League has a big problem on its hands.

Everyone knew Erling Haaland would be an excellent signing for Manchester City, but his competitive debut in the division was a timely reminder of the quality he possesses.

The Norwegian striker would finish the game against West Ham with two goals, winning and converting a penalty early on before scoring a second after the interval.

They were both massively impressive contributions, with his movement on the second strike a sight to behold.

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City would run out as comfortable 2-0 winners, cementing their place as favourites for the title this season.

Erling Haaland curses in post-match interview

Erling Haaland would unsurprisingly be named man-of-the-match for his efforts at the London Stadium, speaking to Sky Sports after the game as a result.

While he would be his usual calm self, he did have a couple of slips of the tongue that drew a warning and a chuckle from interview Geoff Shreeves.

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You can watch the unedited clip below.

Haaland: Yeah I could (have had a hat-trick). If you saw that ball from Gundogan, I should have been there.

A bit shit, but that's how it is.

Shreeves: Steady with the language.

Haaland: Oh sorry about shit. Oh, sorry!

Erling Haaland has been known for giving some strange post-match interviews in the past, with this unlikely to be his only notable effort over the course of the season.

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Manchester City certainly won't be too bothered by a few profanities in media session if he can replicate this level of performance moving forward, starting with the game at home to Bournemouth next weekend.

While Pep Guardiola's side have been accused of being a bit boring to watch in the past, the addition of the big Norwegian striker certainly makes their games appointment viewing over the coming months.

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