Erling Haaland sends Arsenal three-word Man City title warning ahead of Premier League final day

Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland has issued a message ahead of Premier League final day -Credit:Catherine Ivill - AMA/Getty Images

Erling Haaland has delivered a powerful, three-word mantra as Manchester City edge closer to Premier League glory.

City enjoyed a 2-0 win over Tottenham on Tuesday night, courtesy of a second-half brace by the Norwegian striker. This victory propelled City above Arsenal by two points at the Premier League summit, with only one game left.

The final matchday will see City meet West Ham at their Etihad Stadium, while roughly 200 miles away, the Gunners will take on Everton in their final match of the season at Emirates Stadium. In preparation for the crucial weekend, Haaland had three words for his City teammates and Arsenal.

He wrote on Instagram: "Job's not finished," followed by a fist emoji. At the time of publishing, his Instagram post had accumulated more than 335,000 likes.

Victory over the Hammers would ensure City lift the title regardless of how Arsenal fare against Everton. However, a stalemate with the East Londoners would mean that Pep Guardiola's men need Arsenal to slip up against the Toffees due to their inferior goal difference.

On the flip side, a draw for City and a triumph for the North London outfit would see the title change hands. Therefore, Haaland and his colleagues won't be taking any risks, and they will be gunning for all three points.

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Haaland continues to impress at City, netting an impressive 38 goals in 43 appearances this season. His stellar performance is instrumental in the club's pursuit of a double this term.

In addition to their Premier League ambitions, City are also eyeing a consecutive FA Cup victory. Guardiola's team are set to clash with Manchester United at the Wembley Stadium later this month.