Kun reacted to City-Liverpool and then left a reflection on Haaland.

The Kun on Haaland: "I was too used to Germany"

Sergio Agüero is the authorized word of Manchester City and the Premier League. The former Argentine striker played a total of 388 games and scored 259 goals with the Citizens shirt, being an idol, especially after scoring the goal that allowed the club to obtain the 2012 local championship.

Kun closely follows everything that happened with the English team and last weekend he reacted on stream for ESPN to the final of the Community Shield against Liverpool, which was a defeat (3-1) for Pep Guardiola’s men. Once the result was completed, much was said about the performance of Erling Haaland, the star signing for this season.

For many fans, the Norwegian did not meet expectations on his debut.

For many fans, the Norwegian did not meet expectations on his debut.

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The 22-year-old Norwegian striker made his official debut with CIty and for many fans he did not live up to expectations: in fact, towards the end, an unusual goal was lost that could have discounted the score. In this context, and during a new direct, Agüero reflected on the debut of former Borussia Dortmund in Saturday’s final and gave his point of view on the matter.

“I was too used to Germany. Haaland thought he was alone, then Van Dijk came along and said ‘welcome to the Premier League’.” Kun expressed and assured that Haaland may need some time to adapt to England football.

Haaland in one of his crosses with Van Dijk.

Haaland in one of his crosses with Van Dijk.

In turn, the former Barcelona striker questioned Raheem Sterling’s departure to Chelsea in this transfer market: “I don’t understand the sale of Sterling, there are times when they make strange decisions.”

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GUARDIOLA ON HAALAND

The Spanish coach, once the game against Liverpool was over, defended the Norwegian striker for his performance. “He had chances. Two or three in the first half and one in the second. He was always there, he fought a lot and made good moves. It’s good for him that he sees the reality of playing in a new country, in a new league. He was there Today he didn’t score, but he will do it another day.” Pep assured.

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