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Erling Haaland exited Norway’s training session on Tuesday with a limp, sparking concern among Manchester City fans ahead of their crucial clash with Arsenal following the international break.

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The striker, pivotal to City’s Premier League title aspirations with 18 goals in 23 games this season, previously missed ten matches due to injury. However, Haaland’s international stint began on a worrisome note as he was seen limping off the field after falling during training.

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His discomfort raises alarms for City, who face Arsenal on March 31 in a pivotal fixture.

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Despite Haaland’s setback, Norway team doctor Ola Sand attempted to allay fears, stating, “No problem,” in an interview with TV2.

Following City’s FA Cup quarter-final triumph over Newcastle United, manager Pep Guardiola emphasized the importance of players safeguarding themselves during international duty, especially ahead of significant matches.

“[Haaland] is not my player anymore from now on; what [all the players] decide will be fine,” Guardiola remarked. “They know that they fought a lot and trained a lot, with a lot of adrenaline and concentration to arrive in this position. They understand these are friendly games and must handle them wisely. Hopefully, they can do so.”

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