After beating Bayern Munich in the UCL and Leicester City in the Premier League in a space of three days, Manchester City have managed a 10-game winning streak across all competitions. City forward Erling Haaland is enjoying the form of his life as he has already scored 43 goals this season. In his recent chat with teammates John Stones and Ilkay Gundogan, Haaland expertly imitated the City defender's Barnsley accent.
The two players along with Ilkay Gundogan were discussing their favourite places they had visited. John Stones was quick to add that his favourite place was Louvre in Paris and what was the correct way to pronounce it.
Stones was corrected by Gundogan with the proper pronunciation, which brought out the 28-year-old's Barnsley accent. Haaland thought that was hilarious and teased Stones by flawlessly imitating his South Yorkshire accent. Fans are loving this hilarious interaction between the players on social media.
Watch the video here:
This was not the first time that the Norwegian forward has tried a Yorkshire accent. The 22-year-old was actually born in Leeds before moving to Norway when he was three years old.
Manchester City are doing fabulous in the Premier League right now, being ranked at the second position in the league table. They also look like favourites to qualify for the Semi-Finals of the UEFA Champions League. The Citizens, who have a three-goal lead, will play the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday night against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.