Erling Haaland once more displayed his amazing abilities by hitting a crazy volley during a practice for the Norway squad.
Over the course of his brief career, Haaland has already demonstrated time and time again that he is capable of doing the unimaginable. So far, he has scored an average of one goal per game.
The 22-year-old recently completed a season with Manchester City that set numerous records, making it his first season in England.
Haaland helped Pep Guardiola’s team accomplish the historic treble, scoring 52 goals in 53 appearances. On June 10, the elusive Champions League championship was finally brought home.
After the Istanbul championship match against Inter Milan and the subsequent four-day binge, the Norwegian reunited with his international colleagues as the push to earn a spot in next year’s Euro Championships heated up.Despite Haaland scoring, they recently lost their debut game versus Scotland.
Haaland demonstrates his shot power
Haaland was observed practicing their shots prior to their match versus Cyprus.
In a video posted to social media by the Norwegian federation, a coach hits the ball towards Haaland, who lays it on his chest before knocking it in from far out.
The goalkeeper and the other players in training looked bewildered before praising the goalkeeper’s skill after the ball struck the post and shook the back of the net.
The former Borussia Dortmund player continued his strong play against Cyprus, scoring twice in a significant 3-1 victory. According to SkySports, Norway is presently in third place with four points, eight points behind group leaders Scotland.