Tensions Rise as Erling Haaland Responds to Alexander-Arnold Ahead of Big Clash!


Manchester City striker Erling Haaland responded to Trent Alexander-Arnold’s comment about trophies by pointing out that he has won the treble, while Liverpool have not.

This exchange adds intrigue to the upcoming critical Premier League match between Liverpool and City, with Jurgen Klopp’s team currently leading the champions by a point in the standings.

In an interview with FourFourTwo, Alexander-Arnold emphasized that titles hold more significance for Liverpool due to their opponent’s financial situation.

Guardiola’s team is pursuing their fourth consecutive Premier League title, and they secured their first Champions League title last season as part of a Treble-winning campaign.

Sky Sports News asked Haaland about Alexander-Arnold’s comments, and the Norwegian responded: “If he wants to say that, ok.

“I’ve been here one year and I won the treble and that was quite a nice feeling. I don’t think he knows exactly this feeling. That’s what I felt last season and it was quite nice.

“They can talk as much as they want, or he can talk as much as he wants. I don’t know why he does that, but I don’t mind.”

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Despite Alexander-Arnold’s absence due to a knee injury, he characterized City as a “machine built to win.”

The rivalry between Klopp and Guardiola has been central to the Premier League in recent seasons, with City having won five titles compared to Liverpool’s one.

With City trailing Liverpool by just one point ahead of the highly anticipated match, the outcome could have significant implications for the Premier League title race.

After the game, City will contend with Newcastle in an FA Cup quarter-final, while Liverpool will face Sparta Prague in the second leg of their Europa League round of 16 encounter.

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