Ahead of the final, striker Erling Haaland confirmed his mission when joining Man City was to help the club win the Champions League.
Man City will enter the Champions League final against Inter Milan . After winning both the Premier League and the FA Cup, Pep Guardiola’s teachers and students definitely aim to win the C1 arena to complete the treble.
At this time, the whole Man City team is ready both physically and mentally for the most important match of the season. Among them is Erling Haaland, who has scored 12 goals for The Citizens at C1 this year.
Despite his somewhat declining form at the end of the season when he has only 1 goal in the last 7 appearances, Haaland is still quite comfortable before the upcoming final against Inter.
“A lot of people care about it. I really don’t even think about it. If it’s about goals, I can also give assists. So I really don’t care what people think. or say anything.” Beanyman Sports quoted Haaland.
However, Haaland is aware of the importance of the upcoming final when it is an opportunity for Man City to win a treble and have the first Champions League in the club’s history. Accordingly, the Norwegian number 9 affirmed his mission when joining was to help the team win the European Championship.
“Everybody knows Man City won every title except the Champions League without me. So that’s part of the reason why I joined the team.
I feel responsible. I want to win the Champions League for the club and the fans of Man City. I am confident that we are a strong team but of course we have to give our best to make it happen.
There’s a great history ahead of us, and I’ll do everything I can to help make that happen. I want to be a part of that history,” Haaland announced.