Manchester City striker Erling Haaland has said he is a bit disappointed with Sunday’s draw at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea.
The Norwegian opened the scoresheet from the spot in the first half, and later claimed a brace in the second-half of the game which latter ended in a 4-4 draw.
Haaland admitted that it was a tough game, but was surprised not to get the win after City scoring four goals.
“It was a tough game, I enjoyed it the,” the Norwegian international said
“Normally when you score four goals you might win but we didn’t – that’s how it is.
“We had the chance to seal the win a couple of times, but we didn’t. It’s something we’ve got to work on. Next time we’ll have to score five.
“I feel good to score disappointed to not better than zero.
“It’s not easy to come here. We know Chelsea are a good team, so we prepared to play them, and we did our best. We didn’t play bad, we made mistakes but that’s football.”