The Norwegian goal machine has already found the back of the net 12 times in only eight games for City this season. Despite his early success, the 22-year-old also admitted that Guardiola's tactics are complex and takes some getting used to. "I think he's a kind of a bit of a football freak like me. We both love football and yeah, he was a player now he's a manager and yeah, he's crazy about football and this is something I like because he thinks of everything in football, and how you can do things better, and this is what I like about [him]," Haaland told Telemundo Deportes. "It's been good so far [settling in]. You can see with the goals and how we've been playing. It's a really complicated system and I've been going in the team and trying to get it [the tactics] as quick as I can because there is no time. "I cannot waste time doing anything else. So I've been trying to go into the team as quick as I can. It's a nice system, a really complicated system, but it's really nice." Haaland has already scored two hat-tricks in the Premier League, against Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest.
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