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Crystal Palace star infuriates fans with 'dumb' Haaland request at half-time

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ONE Crystal Palace player has infuriated Eagles fans during their clash with Manchester City.

Daniel Munoz was spotted asking City star Erling Haaland for his shirt at HALF TIME.

Crystal Palace fans have been left fuming at Daniel Munoz

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Crystal Palace fans have been left fuming at Daniel MunozCredit: Rex
Munoz asked Erling Haaland to swap shirts with him at half time

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Munoz asked Erling Haaland to swap shirts with him at half time
Haaland obliged with the pair swapping their shirts before they had even left the pitch

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Haaland obliged with the pair swapping their shirts before they had even left the pitch

Munoz asked the Norwegian striker for his shirt while the pair were heading towards the tunnel after the first half came to an end.

Haaland obliged with the request giving the the Colombian defender his shirt while still trudging off the Selhurst Park pitch.

Fans inside the stadium took issue with the request while some online made their thought crystal clear too.

One fan wrote: “Seeing that Munoz was signed less than three months ago from Genk, it’s not a great first impression from the full back.”

While another added: “Dumb thing to do, he won’t do it again any time soon.”

A third joked: “Roy Keane won’t like that.”

And a fourth simply wrote: “Games gone.”

The scores were tied at 1-1 when both sides went in for the half-time break, but things went downhill for the London club in the second spell.

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Pep Guardiola’s City side kicked into gear and ensured they would drop no points as they continue their push for a FOURTH consecutive league title.

Rico Lewis, Kevin De Bruyne and Haaland himself netted in the opening exchanges to put the game out of reach for Oliver Glasner’s side.

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Odsonne Edouard did his best to try and pull Palace back in it, but his 86th minute goal was more of a consolation than an inspiration.

City’s 4-1 win means they climb above title rivals Arsenal – at least until the Gunners face Brighton this afternoon – and are now level on points with Liverpool too.

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