Erling Haaland He is one of the favorites to win the Golden Globe Award from the magazine french footballBut to gain maximum recognition in football, he must compete with the world-class figures within it Lionel Messi.
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Indeed, the Norwegian enjoyed a remarkable season at City, breaking the record for most goals in his first year, in addition to winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League. .
While Messi could turn things around by winning the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with Argentina, the ‘robot’ is confident he can take home his first football trophy. ‘or.
“I believe in myself, I really do. I know I can still make a lot of progress, I’m still young. But, yeah, I think I have a chance this year.”
In an interview with L’Equipe, despite being one of the most complete players today, Haaland revealed that he may have one of the qualities that makes ‘Pulga’ unique.
“I wish I could dribble like Messi. “It’s a very good choice, isn’t it? “
While both Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo appear to have left world football’s elite, after signing with Major League Soccer’s Inter Miami and Saudi Arabia’s Al Nasr respectively, Haaland noted that the pair are still there no matter what. At the top of football. their chosen destination.
“Everyone seems to think so. But be careful, we have to point out how Messi and Cristiano do crazy things. You also have to remember that they still do it because even when they grow up, Of course, they are still outstanding players. “I am honored to watch two champions as extraordinary as they are. “
The Norwegian took a strong stance when asked whether he and Mbappe could be considered new figures like Cristiano and Messi.
“I never talk about myself to other players, that’s not the way I exist or look at things. I focus on myself and try to get better every day and continue to enjoy what I do and be the best version of myself.”
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