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Scoring five goals against Luton is nothing to me. Imagine scoring five goals against Liverpool when we play again; that’s when they’ll realize they’re average teams.’ Man City Star Erling Haaland gives his thoughts on Liverpool’s title challenge against Manchester City

Erling Haaland of Manchester City, who has been keeping a close eye on the Premier League title fight, exuded confidence by saying, “We are geared up to go on the offensive.”

Tuesday night, City defeated Luton Town 6-2 to advance to the FA Cup quarterfinals at Kenilworth Road.

With five goals for Pep Guardiola’s team, including a hat-trick in the first forty minutes of the game, Haaland put on an outstanding effort.

After missing two months due to an ankle injury, Haaland has been playing well lately, tallying seven goals in his previous six games.

After a protracted hamstring injury, star player Kevin De Bruyne is also back to full strength and assisted Haaland’s opening four goals against Luton.

The two are committed to helping City win the Premier League for a record four times in a row. With Arsenal lagging behind in third place and only one point behind leaders Liverpool, City will play a crucial match at Anfield on Sunday.

As Liverpool competes for the championship, Haaland delivered a severe warning, telling ITV Sport, “It’s coming, and we’re on our way.”

Haaland gave a reassuring statement about his fitness, saying, “I’m getting to my top condition. I’m finally feeling amazing. It’s a thrilling sensation. There are exciting days coming. We’re ready to make our attack.

But in their victory over Luton, City suffered another blow. With obvious anguish on the bench, Jack Grealish was pulled off the pitch in the 38th minute owing to a recurrence of a groyne injury. “I haven’t spoken to the doctor yet, but it seems he complained about his groyne, so it may be similar,” said manager Pep Guardiola.

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