‘Pep’ is not worried, pointing out that ‘Haland’ is real, can guarantee that he can shoot.

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola defends Erling Haaland Will score a goal in the next match for sure. Despite missing an easy target, the game lost 3-1 to Liverpool in the Community Shield battle.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said that Norwegian striker Erling Haaland. Will prove his performance and show incredible quality in the next games. Despite failing to score a goal in the 2022 Community Shield defeat to key rivals Liverpool 3-1 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday July 30 

'Pep' is not worried, pointing out that 'Haland' is real, can guarantee that he can shoot.

The 22-year-old striker is a new player to watch for the Blues. After scoring devastating goals during his time at Red Bull Salzburg and Borussia. Dortmund before City will spend 60 million euros or about 2,220 million baht. Grabbed from the yellow tigers to enhance the sharpness. But was unable to score a charity shield game.

Throughout 90 minutes that were actually sent down. The referee touched the ball only 14 times and missed an opportunity to score in stoppage time. In spite of being fired But pushing hard to hit the beam, however, the Spanish master came out after the UFABET game that I didn’t feel worried at all. And this Norwegian player will score substantial goals.

“He ( Haaland) had two or three chances in the first half and one at the end of the game,” said the 51-year-old head coach. moving It’s good for him to see the reality of a new country, a new league, but he’s there. he can’t score But one day he will surely do it. He has an amazing quality and he will do it. He will help us a lot, he has the opportunity, he is there.”

Meanwhile, Pep admits the fact that the season is still 11 months long, with intense competition, games every three days , Haaland will help us very well. They are sure of this, which the first match of the English Premier League 2022-2023 Manchester City has a queue to attack West Ham United at the London Stadium on Sunday, August 7.