Erling Haaland offers a fitness report as Manchester City suffers an injury blow in the title fight against Liverpool and Arsenal

According to Liverpoolworld, Manchester City striker Erling Haaland evaluated the Premier League championship battle and remarked, ‘We are ready to attack’. City defeated Luton Town 6-2 on Tuesday night to go to the FA Cup quarterfinals at Kenilworth Road. Haaland scored five goals for Pep Guardiola’s team, including a hat-trick in the first half lasting 40 minutes.

Haaland has just recovered from an ankle ailment that kept him out for two months. He’s already scored seven goals in his last six games, and talisman Kevin De Bruyne is back to his best after a protracted hamstring injury. He assisted on Haaland’s first four goals against Luton.

The two will be looking to lead City to a fourth consecutive Premier League title. They are presently one point behind leaders Liverpool and will face them at Anfield on Sunday week. Arsenal are one point behind in third place.

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And Haaland has delivered a stern warning to the Reds as they compete for the trophy. “It’s coming, and we’re coming,” he told ITV Sport. “How’s my fitness? I’m getting back to my best. Finally, I’m feeling terrific. It’s an incredible sensation. Exciting days ahead. “We are prepared to attack.”

However, City suffered another injury blow in their triumph against Luton. Jack Grealish was pulled out in the 38th minute due to a recurrence of a groin injury and looked obviously distraught on the bench. Manager Pep Guardiola said: “I haven’t spoken to the doctor yet, but I believe he complained about the groin, so it may be similar.

“He felt really good, but he was injured again at the start of the game.” It’s been a challenging season for him, so he has to recuperate properly and help us when he returns.”

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