MANCHESTER CITY star Erling Haaland had fans in the lurch after cursing TWICE in his first post-match interview.
Haaland was in full swing on his Premier League debut as he led City to a 2-0 win over West Ham with a brace at the London Stadium.
The star striker admitted on camera after the game that he could have scored a hat-trick if he’d found Ilkay Gundogan’s cross in the closing stages of the game.
The Norwegian national player rolled over his head and swore in front of the whole world on live television.
Haaland tells Sky Sports: “Yes I could [score a hat trick]. if you saw [that cross from Gundogan]I should have been there before I left.
“So, a little bit of a shit, but that’s the way it is…
Reporter Geoff Shreeves advised Haaland to “stay with the language” after that unfortunate slip-up.
Swearing only for the 22-year-old City star AGAIN when he replied: “Oh s**t! Excuse me …”
The Norway international and Shreeves started laughing awkwardly before getting the interview going again.
Fans were in hysterics after the hilarious incident and took to Twitter to laugh at it.
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One supporter tweeted: “Haaland is already swearing in post-game interviews. Incredible stuff.”
Another wrote: “Haaland swears in his interview I love this guy.”
A third wrote: “Lmaoooooo Haaland swearing on TV yeah wtf.”
This fan said; “Erling Haaland is ‘s**t’ good at interviews.”
And he tweeted: “Petition to get Haaland to do post-game interviews every week.”
City’s win gave them an early advantage over title rivals Liverpool, who dropped points in a surprise draw at Fulham on Saturday.
And Haaland warned that much better is to come from his new side.
He said: “It was good. [It was a] There is nothing more to say about a good start and the score was 2-0.
“It’s good to get a few minutes in our legs early in the season and we have to keep going.
“As expected, we saw the potential against Bayern [Munich in pre season] and it was a bit down against liverpool.
“It will come with games, there should have been more today.”
Haaland’s father Alf Inge, who played for City around the turn of the century, beamed in the stands as he watched his son’s flying start.
Haaland Jr added: “There have been some good celebrations so I’m happy.
“It’s nice that he saw both goals because it’s a big moment for me as a debutant in this competition.
“Also, it’s now almost 30 minutes since I scored the last goal, so I have to move on.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5949438/erling-haaland-sky-sports-manchester-city-west-ham/ ‘It was a little shit’ – fans in hysterics as Erling Haaland cursed TWICE live on TV in Sky Sports interview