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Erling Haaland tells his detractors to bring it on… Premier League Golden Boot winner claims their criticism only inspires him to keep scoring


  • Erling Haaland was crowned the Premier League’s top scorer with 27 goals
  • The Norwegian insisted his critics were only fueling his fire to keep scoring
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Erling Haaland wants to criticize his form more next season in order to get a third golden boot in a row.

Haaland, who scored 27 goals as Manchester City won a record fourth Premier League title, has been the subject of intense debate this year.

Roy Keane’s scathing assessment of the Norwegian game, which likened Haaland to a «second league player», was the harshest criticism and reignited the ongoing feud between the pair’s families.

But Haaland has shrugged off all the comments about his play and is now aiming to become the first man since Thierry Henry in 2006 to finish three seasons as the division’s top scorer.

«If it’s a bad season, I’ll take it,» Haaland said, before adding sarcastically: «It’s been a bad season, plain and simple – the only way is up. The more haters and critics the better.”

Erling Haaland helped fire Manchester City to the Premier League title, scoring 27 goals

Some, including Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane (pictured), criticized Haaland for his src play.

Some, including Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane (pictured), have criticized Haaland for his style of play.

But Haaland insists the criticism from his detractors only inspires him to score more goals

Haaland and the City team partied at Greek restaurant Fenix ​​until 5am yesterday and are back in training tomorrow ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup final with rivals Manchester United.

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The Norwegian was crowned the league's top scorer for the second consecutive season

The Norwegian was crowned the league’s top scorer for the second consecutive season

«I don’t think we’re aware of what we’ve done and how difficult it is to make it four in a row,» the midfielder said. «We changed history, I think we will be remembered forever.»

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