Erling Haaland and Phil Foden Scored Hat trick as Manchester City Trashed Man United 6-3 in a Premier League Super Sunday Today.

Erling Haaland and Phil Foden Scored Hat trick as Manchester City Trashed Man United 6-3 in a Premier League Super Sunday Today.

It was expected to see Man City winning this game but not with this numbers of goes as they Humiliated Manchester United by beating them 6-3.

Erling Haaland got himself another hatrick with two assist today and the second hatrick came from the very first goal scorer of the game, Phil Foden who also assisted once.

Following his exploits against Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest, Haaland created Premier League history by becoming the first player to score a hat-trick in three consecutive home games.
This one will live longer in the memory, while Foden, a lifelong City fan, completed his claim to the matchball after Antony’s magnificent score temporarily alleviated United’s 4-0 deficit.

Erling Haaland and Phil Foden Scored Hat trick as Manchester City Trashed Man United 6-3 in a Premier League Super Sunday Today.

The Citizens were already winning 6-1 when Antonio Matial came him and he became very effective almost immediately, he scored two goals for the Red Devils with one of the goals from a penalty spot.

One would believe that Manchester City had to cool down a little before United could add those goals from Martial.

Manchester City closed down the gap between them and Arsenal who sit at the top of the Table at the moment.


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