January 5th In an interview with Manchester City’s official website, Kyle Walker talked about the Premier League championship and
Haaland and other topics, he said that the road to the Premier League title will have many twists and turns.
Talking about the Premier League championship, Walker said: "This is the result that everyone wants to achieve. In the middle of the season, you also want to stay at the top of the list. Arsenal have played wonderful football so far, but we all know there is still a lot more to come."
We’ve only played 16 games and we’re not even halfway there. There’s still a lot of games to play and I’m sure there will be a lot of twists and turns and we’re going to get points, starting with Chelsea."
Walker continued: "It’s been a tough half of the season for me. I did a good job at the start of the season, but then I got an injury in my groin and I knew something wasn’t right. We knew before the World Cup that we lost at home to
Brentford is unacceptable and we didn’t deserve to lose this game.
But the team has made some good changes, we put in a great performance against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup, it’s difficult away at Leeds, we conceded a goal against Everton last weekend, it’s
It’s a wonderful goal.
This is football, these things happen and we need to keep working together and we know we can do it.
This group of players wants to achieve everything they can and I have faith in our beliefs.
Haaland previously became the fastest player in Premier League history to score 20 goals. The Norwegian striker has scored 21 goals in the Premier League this season.
Talking about Haaland, Walker said: "This is incredible. He broke the record of the fastest scoring 20 goals in the Premier League held by Kevin Phillips. What he has done has not been fully realized.
Some great forwards.
He has to continue now because he’s setting the bar so high.
Every game he’s scoring goals, so he just has to keep doing what he’s doing, making sure he keeps scoring goals and then we keep clean sheets as defenders and it’s going to end up winning the game.