Ederson mocked Arsenal fans as Erling Haaland scored the fourth goal

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On Wednesday night, Ederson had a terrific time, and he displayed his ultimate s***house side during Erling Haaland’s goal.

Given the extent of his performance against Arsenal, Ederson could as well have been wearing his pajamas and slippers for a quiet evening.

In what was supposed to be a Premier League title-deciding game but rather seemed more like a procession, City was quite dominant right from the start.

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While the rest of the club was celebrating Kevin de Bruyne’s opening goal, Ederson really had to cope with his own manager taking a big shot at him early in the game.

After Rob Holding scored a consolation goal to put a bandage on his machete wound of a night, he did had to pluck the ball out of the goal.

However, the goalkeeper and his teammates had the last laugh when Haaland scored the winning goal with his long, beautiful hair flowing, and the Brazilian used the opportunity to make fun of the spectators in the away section sitting to his right.

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The 29-year-old implied that the Gunners’ fans were sobbing as the Norwegian player, who had a Viking appearance, slid the ball past Aaron Ramsdale, who might have performed better.

Given that their chances of winning the Premier League title appear to be dwindling, it was hard to blame them for shedding a few tears.

It’s possible that no one anticipated them to defeat City or even draw with Pep Guardiola’s team, but the north Londoners won’t suffer as a result of the lost points to their rivals.

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Instead, they will recall a period when they were up 2-0 against Liverpool and appeared to be breaking a long streak of home losses.

However, they wasted that two-goal advantage, did the same thing against West Ham United in their subsequent match, drew with Southampton last week, and now have three straight draws.

By displaying the Premier League trophy for the Arsenal supporters to view as they left the stadium on Wednesday, City may have have won the match before it even began.

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When Guardiola changed things up by going down the middle, they quickly fell behind as Kevin de Bruyne scored the game’s first goal.

Before halftime, John Stones scored again, and shortly afterward, De Bruyne made it 3-0 before Holding scored his goal late in the game.

Those who had traveled the 200 miles up north were left to wipe away their tears, while Haaland, Ederson, and City had the last laugh.

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