Erling Haaland scores two times just for previous City man Cole Palmer to even out the match from the punishment spot in added time.
Erling Haaland of Manchester City celebrates with partners subsequent to scoring during the Head Association match between Chelsea FC and Manchester City at Stamford Extension in London, Britain, on November 12 2023.
London — Manchester City moved a point clear at the highest point of the Chief Association on Sunday after a throbbing 4-4 draw at Chelsea with Erling Haaland scoring two times just for previous City man Cole Palmer to even out the match from the punishment spot in added time.
City scored first when Spanish protector Marc Cucurella pulled Haaland’s shirt to yield a VAR-really look at punishment which the Norwegian coolly changed over in the 24th moment.
After five minutes Chelsea’s 39-year-old Brazilian protector Thiago Silva headed the ball into the net.
Previous City forward Raheem Real tapped in after a Josko Gvardiol stagger in guard permitted Reece James to cross in the 37th moment.
In any case, Chelsea’s lead endured under 10 minutes before protector Manuel Akanji rose to head City’s adjuster in first-half injury time.
Haaland packaged in his second a moment after the restart, however in the 67th moment of a short of breath last part, the home side leveled through Nicolas Jackson.
Rodri’s 86th-minute strike appeared to have won it for the bosses just for them to surrender a 94th-minute punishment that Palmer impacted home.