Manchester City vs Southampton: what time do they play, TV and formations

“What am I going to teach him? To be here or there? It’s impossible, I have nothing to say. I can only thank him for coming”, defined Josep Guardiola to be consulted by the sensation striker Erling Haaland in the preview of a new presentation of Manchester City, this Saturday at 11 at Southampton’s premises.

The Norwegian scorer is the footballer of the moment for his immediate adaptation to English football after going through German, Austrian and his country. The 1.95-meter giant has scored 19 goals in 12 games for City and only in two games did he finish without celebrating a goal of his own.

“He has incredible instinct as a striker to know where the ball is going to go. He arrives a second before the rest. He has that talent, that quality. It’s not just scoring goals, every time there’s a rebound or a cross, he’s there “, described Guardiola, who also confirmed that he will give the Norwegian a vacation during the World Cup in Qatar.

According to the English statesman Duncan Alexander, Haaland scored 1% of the total goals that Manchester City has achieved in its history in the Premier League and the Champions League. The Norwegian has also added three hat-tricks since his arrival, with which he has already equaled records such as those of Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, Robbie Keane and Jamie Vardy, who in their careers in England – much longer than Haaland’s – achieved the same number of hat-tricks.

City comes from thrashing Danish Copenhagen 5-0 -with one by Julián Álvarez from Córdoba- and adding its third win in three appearances in the Champions League. In the Premier, for the time being, the one that is giving strength to the almighty economic machinery commanded by Guardiola is Arsenal, leader of the tournament with 21 points, one more than Manchester. The Londoners will be testing this Sunday against the surprisingly weak Liverpool (10).

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This Saturday at 11 o’clock Marcos Senesi’s Bournemouth (9) will also play against Leicester City (4), Chelsea (13) vs. Wolverhampton (6) with ESPN 2 television and Newcastle (11) against Brentford (10). While at 13:30 it will be the turn of Brighton (14) led by Alexis Mac Allister receiving Tottenham (17) led by Cristian “Cuti” Romero and former Boca Rodrigo Bentancur.

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