Erling Haaland Shows Off Weaker Right Foot In Norway Training, Generated So Much Power
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Erling Haaland showed off the power he possesses in his weaker right foot, demonstrating his two-footed capability.
Haaland showed a glimpse of what is to come for Manchester City in Norway training.
After yet another prolific campaign for Borussia Dortmund this season, the phenom forward turns his attention to international football.
Haaland, who scored 29 goals in 30 appearances for Dortmund this term, will look to add to his international goal tally with Nations League fixtures on deck.
Ahead of their match against Serbia, the 21-year-old put his weaker foot to the test as he showed off the power he carries in his right foot.
He powered home a terrific strike, generating a tremendous amount of force.
Needless to say, Haaland's brilliance in training got Man City fans excited.
One tweeted: "It's over now if he can shoot with his weaker foot as well."
A second added: "He is left footed and he's still good with the right foot. Oh he's so good."
A third commented: "KDB relishing finally having a striker to convert all the chances he creates."
Man City have agreed a deal with Dortmund to bring Haaland to the Eithad for £51 million ahead of next season.
But he was coy when asked about his switch to the Premier League champions.
"[The last few months] have been tough," he said. This thing, it hasn't been simple, at the same time I have been doing the best that I can for Borussia Dortmund for two and a half years.
"It wasn't easy, but I've done the best I can for the club. I'm ready for four games [with the national team] and that makes me happy."
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