What Erling Haaland said after scoring a brace on his Premier League debut

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Manchester City striker Erling Haaland has expressed his delight after scoring twice on his Premier League debut to help the club to a 2-0 Premier League victory over West Ham United.

The striker opened the scoring at the London Stadium, after winning and converting a penalty after 35 minutes.

He doubled his tally just after the hour mark, after finishing a fine through ball from Kevin De Bruyne.

The Norwegian who almost scored a hattrick after his header from Jack Grealish’s powerful cross went over the bar insists there’s more to come from him

“It was good. [It was a] good start there is nothing much to say other than that and it was 2-0. Good start,” he reflected.

“It was good to get some minutes in the legs, it’s still early in the season and we have to keep going.

“As expected we saw the potential already against Bayern [Munich in pre season] and it was a little bit down against Liverpool. It will come with games, the passes will come, it should have been more today. A good start.”