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Watch Erling Haaland angrily push the camera away after scoring the 11th Premier League goal for Man City at Wolves

ERLING HAALAND brushed off the BT Sport cameras after Manchester City’s win over Wolves.

The striker, 22, was the center of attention again after scoring his 11th Premier League goal of the season in just seven games.


Erling Haaland was unhappy with how close the camera was to him
The Manchester City star pushed the camera away as he walked into the dressing room


The Manchester City star pushed the camera away as he walked into the dressing room

After the half-time whistle, a BT Sport cameraman went to Haaland to film him walking off the field.

But the Norwegian wasn’t comfortable being in the spotlight, so keep the camera away.

The disgust on his face was evident despite scoring the second goal as Manchester City led 2-0 at the break.

Haaland has a flawed relationship with the media and often gives suspicious interviews.

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In midweek he shut down a BT Sport interviewer after he suggested his former side Borussia Dortmund knew how to stop him – pointing out he scored the winner.

And after scoring a hat-trick on his Champions League debut for Red Bull Salzburg in 2019, Haaland was incredibly dry with his interviewer, responding with three-word responses and refusing to show any emotion.

He also swore twice in the post-match interview after his first-ever Premier League appearance in August, but apologized for his use of words.

But fans loved his cheeky attitude on this occasion and were also impressed with his performance on the pitch.


Haaland’s goal at Molineux was his 14th for City in all competitions in just nine games.

He broke several Premier League records with his prolific strike rate and also scored regularly in Europe.

Haaland’s nine goals in his first five Prem games is a new record, while he also scored more goals in August than any player before.

The former Borussia Dortmund star was tipped to win the Golden Boot by Wayne Rooney after his Premier debut, while Alan Shearer also predicted Haaland would ‘score a ton of goals’.