In the final moments of the meeting between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, which ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw, City star Haaland made a "magic" pass to his teammate Jack Grealish, who was completely alone on goal, to the surprise of the players as the referee Hopper stopped the decisive attack strangely.

Hopper decided to award a foul on Haaland, which hindered him while passing, rather than apply the "law of preference", and keep the opportunity for Manchester City to score.

This strange decision put Haaland in a state of rage, until he began to insult the referee Hopper, before leaving the pitch in anger.

Haaland then returned to hurl insults at his X account, commenting on the bizarre shot, before deleting the tweet.

The draw took Manchester City to third place in the league standings, behind leaders Arsenal and second-placed Liverpool.