- Jack Grealish has revealed that FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabara was bewildered by Erling Haaland's prowess
- Grabara faced Haaland in the Champions League, where his side ended up losing 5-0, with the Norwegian scoring twice
- Haaland's form since he joined Manchester City has hit a new high, with the striker averaging 1.5 goals every game so far
FC Copenhagen's goalkeeper Kamil Grabara was left gobsmacked by Erling Haaland's abilities when he met him face-to-face in the Champions League.
Grabara became the latest casualty of the free-scoring Haaland as the Manchester City striker grabbed a first-half brace at the Etihad Stadium.
Haaland's last three home games have all ended up with the Norwegian striker bagging a hat trick. The writing was on the wall that he was on his way to claim another match ball, only for his boss Pep Guardiola to hook him off at halftime.
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The Englishman later revealed how their conversation went.
"He is a pleasure to play with. When I was walking back after one of his goals, their ‘keeper said something to me and I said 'what?'
"He said 'this guy is not human' and I said 'yeah, you’re telling me!' He is unbelievable and a pleasure to be around, he is so humble."
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Sports Brief has also reported that Manchester City hotshot Erling Haaland was the man of the moment during his side's Champions League clash against Copenhagen on Wednesday night.
The star forward was twice on target as he inspired City to a 5-0 thrilling win over the Danish side at the Etihad Stadium.
Haaland's brace came just days after he netted a hat-trick during the Manchester derby in an epic Premier League encounter at the same venue.
The two goals against Copenhagen also took his tally to 19 for the Citizens, with 14 of those coming in the English top flight.
Source: Sports Brief News