Erling Haaland’s charisma and closeness to the fans has been seen on several occasions, such as the day he played football with some children on a beach in Marbella.
We also saw his charisma, when after scoring against Sevilla in the Champions League he posted a photo on Instagram, mentioning Joaquin and with the message “I hope the legend is happy.”
What had not transcended is the player’s relationship with the workers of the clubs where he has been. And from what could be seen in the moments before the Champions League match against Dortmund, he respects the work of the people at the club.
One of Manchester City‘s kitmen was collecting the players’ training tops. They were all being thrown at him, and even Jack Grealish threw it at the man’s face, realising the impact and not even giving an instant apology.
Haaland, however, approached the kitman and handed him the folded sweatshirt, a gesture that pleased the City worker, who acknowledged the Norwegian striker with a friendly pat on the back.
The images have gone around the globe and, after criticising the attitude of Manchester City players such as Grealish, the football world is praising the Norwegian’s respect for those who work in front of the players.