Real Madrid defender Antonio Rudiger was tasked with keeping Erling Haaland at bay and the former Chelsea player managed to prevent Haaland from finding the back of the net.
Rudiger was given a tough task in Real Madrid's clash against City. The German International went 1V1 with Erling Haaland and he was highly impressive in performance throughout the entire minutes of the game.
Antonio Rudiger did his job well with Haaland failing to get on the scoresheet against Real Madrid. The 22 year old striker managed just two shots on target in the entire minutes of the game.
Haaland struggled to make an impact during the match with Kevin De Bruyne and Jack Grealish unable to get the striker in a good goalscoring position.
Erling Haaland has netted 51 goals for City in all competitions this season. The 22 year old has 35 goals in the premier league and several premier league defenders often struggle to keep Haaland at bay.
However, Antonio Rudiger was able to keep Haaland at bay and other premier league defenders ought to learn from him. Rudiger still remains one of the best defenders in the world and he proved himself once again in their 1-1 draw against City.
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