Manchester City vs Crystal Palace: Haaland's hat-trick returns to incredible winning tournament

Erling Haaland struck a alternate half chapeau- trick as Manchester City came back from two pretensions down to beat Crystal Palace 4- 2 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday. 

Haaland, who equaled nearly a thing per game in the Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund before his move to City in June, has now scored six times in his opening four league matches for Pep Guardiola's side. 

The palm moves City to the top of the table, position on 10 points with Brighton & Hove Albion. Palace are 13th with four points from their opening four games. 

Haaland was given a standing acclamation when he was substituted six twinkles from the end but at halftime megacity were gaping at a possible reprise of their 2- 0 home loss to Palace last season. 

An own thing from John monuments in the fourth nanosecond put Patrick Vieira's side ahead and also the callers doubled 

their lead when an unmarked Joachim Andersen powered in a title from an Eberechi Eze corner in the 21st nanosecond. 

City plodded to find their ignorance but the nearly ineluctable comeback started in the 53rd when Bernardo Silva cut in from the right and his low shot took a slight deviation and beat goalkeeper Vicente Guaita. 

Guardiola also made a double negotiation and moved Phil Foden to left back and within a nanosecond he'd delivered a point cross which Haaland met with a fine glancing title. 

The striker also turned the ball in from close range after a clever move inspired by Silva and saved the stylish for last-- showing Ilkay Gundogan the pass he wanted to run onto and also holding off Joel Ward as he fired into the nethermost corner.