FA Cup summary: Manchester City - Burnley 0:6 (Sport 1)
The Norwegian national team gathered in Merbia, ahead of their opening match in the Euro qualifiers against Spain in Malaga on Saturday.
Erling Holland was of course the main attraction and before he got on the bus to join his friends, a little girl approached him with a notebook in her hand, and he asked: "Can I sign for you?".
The Manchester City star is considered a kind of robot on the pitch, but off it things are different and he showed kindness towards the girl, sat down to give her a little of his time and then also recognized that under the jacket she was wearing a shirt from Mulda, the team he broke into at the age of 17. On social media there
were They claimed that the matter was initiated by the parents who wanted to attract Holland's attention with the help of the shirt, but in any case the striker was incredibly pleasant.
Holland arrives in fantastic shape for the match in Malaga, having scored five goals for R.B.
Leipzig in the Champions League last week and another hat-trick in the FA Cup quarter-finals against Burnley on Sunday.
In total, he has 42 goals this season in all formats in the Manchester City uniform, of which 28 are in the Premier League.
His coach Stella Solbakken was of course impressed: "He was in the right place in three corners and scored, but what was really amazing in the game against Leipzig were the strengths he showed when he played, certainly against a stopper (Croatian Josko Guardiol) who impressed so much in the last World Cup."
Solbakken expects to see continuity in the national team as well, which after the visit to Spain will be hosted by Georgia: "We can't complain so far. He had a great year in the national team as well, he scored 9-10 goals in 8 games."