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I saw what Erling Haaland did at full-time and it should send warning to Man City teammates

Manchester City have one hand on the Premier League trophy after Tuesday’s 2-0 win over Tottenham.

Erling Haaland’s brace in the second half, one of which came from the spot, means the Blues know a win over West Ham in Sunday’s final day showdown will see them to a record fourth straight Premier League title.

A nervy first half was soon forgotten when Haaland tapped in from Kevin De Bruyne’s cross six minutes after the break before the striker - now on 27 league goals and destined for the golden boot - made sure of the points with his penalty a minute into added time.

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There were jubilant scenes in the away end and on the visiting bench at full-time and here are a number of things fans may have missed during the preceding 90 minutes.

Haaland now looks set for the golden boot but that is perhaps far from his mind at this stage, despite his double. Cameras honed in on the Norway superstar at full-time as he walked to the away stand and he had a message for fans back at home.

Haaland said ‘one more’ while holding up a finger at the camera with a stoic look on his face. His demeanour was encouraging for City fans, and reminded teammates that the job is not yet done despite the huge victory over Spurs.

Guardiola has never felt the need to hide his emotions on the touchline but he was even more animated than is customary at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Catalan coach dramatically fell to the floor when substitute goalkeeper Stefan Ortega saved a one-on-one from Heung-min Son with the score 1-0 on 87 minutes.

Guardiola also let out a