Erling Haaland claims 'no one was there' to convert crosses for Man City last season
Erling Haaland admits he was frustrated watching Man City's games last year as 'no one was there' to score their chances.
The Norwegian striker was nothing short of a revelation in the Premier League in 2022-23, after breaking the division's single-season scoring record in his debut campaign.
His goals ranged from acrobatic volleys to close-range tap-ins and all culminated in an impressive 36-goal return from his top-flight appearances.
Some fans gave the 22-year-old criticism for his role within Man City's team, typically playing on the shoulder of the final defender and pouncing on chances created by team-mates.
However, Haaland - in conversation with Rio Ferdinand - claimed that he was proud of his ability to score from close-range and discussed how he viewed his 'role' in City's attack.