Man City is on the verge of winning the Premier League when Haaland scored twice in a 2-0 victory over Tottenham

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 HaalandManchester City defeated Tottenham 2-0 on Tuesday, moving them within one win of a record fourth Premier League title. Erling Haaland scored twice.
The reigning champion, having won three times already, leads second-place Arsenal by two points heading into Sunday’s final round of games.
In the last league game of the season, City plays at home against West Ham, while Arsenal plays at home against Everton.

“The tennis players say ‘the serve to win Wimbledon’, the last game, is the most difficult one,” stated City manager Pep Guardiola. “We are aware of the goal of our game. The tension is palpable, and the competition is formidable. We are aware of the difficulty because of this.

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Manchester City defeated Tottenham 2-0 on Tuesday, moving them within one win of a record fourth Premier League title. Erling Haaland scored twice. The reigning champion, having won three times already, leads second-place Arsenal by two points heading into Sunday's final round of games. In the last league game of the season, City plays at home against West Ham, while Arsenal plays at home against Everton. "The tennis players say 'the serve to win Wimbledon', the last game, is the most difficult one," stated City manager Pep Guardiola. "We are aware of the goal of our game. The tension is palpable, and the competition is formidable. We are aware of the difficulty because of this. In the 51st minute at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Haaland gave City the lead with a close-range conversion of Kevin De Bruyne's cross. He scored his second goal from the penalty spot in the opening minute of stoppage time after Pedro Porro brought down Jeremy Doku. Despite being pushed to the wire by Arsenal, victory ensures City has control of its own destiny in the title chase. Guardiola is currently on the verge of winning his sixth league championship in seven seasons. No other English club has won four Premier League crowns in a succession, and City is also aiming for back-to-back league and FA Cup victories. Guardiola had warned his team that anything less than maximum points would spell the end of their domination in England's top division going into Tuesday's encounter, one point behind Arsenal. That just added to the strain on his squad, which was also aiming to snap a four-game league losing streak the Spurs. In an anxious first half, City's players appeared to feel the weight of the occasion. "They were playing for the ramifications of the result. When you do that, you will lose the Premier League," Guardiola stated. "I know the pressure, but they're human." Haaland's goal six minutes into the second half relieved some of the stress. While his goals were crucial, City had to rely on replacement goalie Stefan Ortega to keep Spurs at bay as the home team pressed for an equaliser. After Ederson suffered a head injury in a clash with Cristian Romero, Ortega entered the game in the 69th and had to swiftly stop a close-range shot from Dejan Kulusevski. Ortega later made another stop to deny the Spurs striker, but his best moment came in the 86th minute, when Son Heung-min raced through on goal. Son looked certain to score with only the goalie to beat as he blasted low into the corner. Son was only able to watch as Ortega shot out a leg to deflect the ball, while a draw would have put Arsenal leading the league going into Sunday's season finale. Guardiola, who was watching, held his head in his hands before falling to the ground in relief. Shortly after, Doku coaxed Porro into a lunge in the Spurs area, prompting referee Chris Kavanagh to nod to the spot. Haaland put the game out of reach with a powerful shot into the top corner, his second of the game and 38th overall. Man City on verge of Premier League title as Haaland scores twice in 2-0 win over Tottenham Man City on verge of Premier League title as Haaland scores twice in 2-0 win over Tottenham

 

Premier league: In the 51st minute at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Haaland gave City the lead with a close-range conversion of Kevin De Bruyne’s cross.
He scored his second goal from the penalty spot in the opening minute of stoppage time after Pedro Porro brought down Jeremy Doku.
Despite being pushed to the wire by Arsenal, victory ensures City has control of its own destiny in the title chase.

Guardiola is currently on the verge of winning his sixth league championship in seven seasons.
No other English club has won four Premier League crowns in a succession, and City is also aiming for back-to-back league and FA Cup victories.

Guardiola had warned his team that anything less than maximum points would spell the end of their domination in England’s top division going into Tuesday’s encounter, one point behind Arsenal. That just added to the strain on his squad, which was also aiming to snap a four-game league losing streak the Spurs.
In an anxious first half, City’s players appeared to feel the weight of the occasion.
“They were playing for the ramifications of the result. When you do that, you will lose the Premier League,” Guardiola stated. “I know the pressure, but they’re human.”

Haaland’s goal six minutes into the second half relieved some of the stress. While his goals were crucial, City had to rely on replacement goalie Stefan Ortega to keep Spurs at bay as the home team pressed for an equaliser.
After Ederson suffered a head injury in a clash with Cristian Romero, Ortega entered the game in the 69th and had to swiftly stop a close-range shot from Dejan Kulusevski.
Ortega later made another stop to deny the Spurs striker, but his best moment came in the 86th minute, when Son Heung-min raced through on goal.

Son looked certain to score with only the goalie to beat as he blasted low into the corner. Son was only able to watch as Ortega shot out a leg to deflect the ball, while a draw would have put Arsenal leading the league going into Sunday’s season finale.
Guardiola, who was watching, held his head in his hands before falling to the ground in relief.
Shortly after, Doku coaxed Porro into a lunge in the Spurs area, prompting referee Chris Kavanagh to nod to the spot.

Haaland put the game out of reach with a powerful shot into the top corner, his second of the game and 38th overall.

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Man City on the verge of Premier League title as Haaland scores twice in 2-0 victory over Tottenham:

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Manchester City: defeated Tottenham 2-0 on Tuesday, moving them within one win of a record fourth Premier League title. Erling Haaland scored twice.
The reigning champion, having won three times already, leads second-place Arsenal by two points heading into Sunday’s final round of games.
In the last league game of the season, City plays at home against West Ham, while Arsenal plays at home against Everton.

“The tennis players say ‘the serve to win Wimbledon’, the last game, is the most difficult one,” stated City manager Pep Guardiola. “We are aware of the goal of our game. The tension is palpable, and the competition is formidable. We are aware of the difficulty because of this.

Manchester City defeated Tottenham 2-0 on Tuesday, moving them within one win of a record fourth Premier League title. Erling Haaland scored twice. The reigning champion, having won three times already, leads second-place Arsenal by two points heading into Sunday's final round of games. In the last league game of the season, City plays at home against West Ham, while Arsenal plays at home against Everton. "The tennis players say 'the serve to win Wimbledon', the last game, is the most difficult one," stated City manager Pep Guardiola. "We are aware of the goal of our game. The tension is palpable, and the competition is formidable. We are aware of the difficulty because of this. In the 51st minute at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Haaland gave City the lead with a close-range conversion of Kevin De Bruyne's cross. He scored his second goal from the penalty spot in the opening minute of stoppage time after Pedro Porro brought down Jeremy Doku. Despite being pushed to the wire by Arsenal, victory ensures City has control of its own destiny in the title chase. Guardiola is currently on the verge of winning his sixth league championship in seven seasons. No other English club has won four Premier League crowns in a succession, and City is also aiming for back-to-back league and FA Cup victories. Guardiola had warned his team that anything less than maximum points would spell the end of their domination in England's top division going into Tuesday's encounter, one point behind Arsenal. That just added to the strain on his squad, which was also aiming to snap a four-game league losing streak the Spurs. In an anxious first half, City's players appeared to feel the weight of the occasion. "They were playing for the ramifications of the result. When you do that, you will lose the Premier League," Guardiola stated. "I know the pressure, but they're human." Haaland's goal six minutes into the second half relieved some of the stress. While his goals were crucial, City had to rely on replacement goalie Stefan Ortega to keep Spurs at bay as the home team pressed for an equaliser. After Ederson suffered a head injury in a clash with Cristian Romero, Ortega entered the game in the 69th and had to swiftly stop a close-range shot from Dejan Kulusevski. Ortega later made another stop to deny the Spurs striker, but his best moment came in the 86th minute, when Son Heung-min raced through on goal. Son looked certain to score with only the goalie to beat as he blasted low into the corner. Son was only able to watch as Ortega shot out a leg to deflect the ball, while a draw would have put Arsenal leading the league going into Sunday's season finale. Guardiola, who was watching, held his head in his hands before falling to the ground in relief. Shortly after, Doku coaxed Porro into a lunge in the Spurs area, prompting referee Chris Kavanagh to nod to the spot. Haaland put the game out of reach with a powerful shot into the top corner, his second of the game and 38th overall. Man City on verge of Premier League title as Haaland scores twice in 2-0 win over Tottenham Man City on verge of Premier League title as Haaland scores twice in 2-0 win over Tottenham

In the 51st minute at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Haaland gave City the lead with a close-range conversion of Kevin De Bruyne’s cross.
He scored his second goal from the penalty spot in the opening minute of stoppage time after Pedro Porro brought down Jeremy Doku.
Despite being pushed to the wire by Arsenal, victory ensures City has control of its own destiny in the title chase.

Guardiola is currently on the verge of winning his sixth league championship in seven seasons.
No other English club has won four Premier League crowns in a succession, and City is also aiming for back-to-back league and FA Cup victories.

Guardiola had warned his team that anything less than maximum points would spell the end of their domination in England’s top division going into Tuesday’s encounter, one point behind Arsenal. That just added to the strain on his squad, which was also aiming to snap a four-game league losing streak the Spurs.
In an anxious first half, City’s players appeared to feel the weight of the occasion.
“They were playing for the ramifications of the result. When you do that, you will lose the Premier League,” Guardiola stated. “I know the pressure, but they’re human.”

Haaland’s goal six minutes into the second half relieved some of the stress. While his goals were crucial, City had to rely on replacement goalie Stefan Ortega to keep Spurs at bay as the home team pressed for an equaliser.
After Ederson suffered a head injury in a clash with Cristian Romero, Ortega entered the game in the 69th and had to swiftly stop a close-range shot from Dejan Kulusevski.
Ortega later made another stop to deny the Spurs striker, but his best moment came in the 86th minute, when Son Heung-min raced through on goal.

Son looked certain to score with only the goalie to beat as he blasted low into the corner. Son was only able to watch as Ortega shot out a leg to deflect the ball, while a draw would have put Arsenal leading the league going into Sunday’s season finale.
Guardiola, who was watching, held his head in his hands before falling to the ground in relief.
Shortly after, Doku coaxed Porro into a lunge in the Spurs area, prompting referee Chris Kavanagh to nod to the spot.

Haaland put the game out of reach with a powerful shot into the top corner, his second of the game and 38th overall.

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