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Erling Haaland with incredible swallow in benefit game against FC Barcelona



Erling Haaland with incredible swallow in benefit game against FC Barcelona

Manchester City and FC Barcelona met in a charity match. Erling Haaland attracted attention with a bold swallow.

In his previous appearances for Manchester City, Erling Haaland was in good form, but in a benefit game against FC Barcelona he wrote unpleasant headlines. At the game for a good cause at the Camp Nou, which was dedicated to the fight against the nervous disease ALS, the carry Norwegians to an ugly swallow.

The scene went viral on social networks, especially since the referee actually decided on a penalty. Riyad Mahrez then scored to make it 3-3. Criticism of Haaland’s behavior then hailed from the fans, one wrote: “If Neymar showed such a swallow in a friendly game, everyone would go crazy. But since it affects Haaland, nobody cares.” Another described Haaland’s action as “shameless”.

Charity game overshadowed by injury

The focus of the game was anyway the good cause, all proceeds of the game will benefit the Luzon Foundation, which is committed to research into ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). The game took place in front of a large crowd, more than 90,000 people came to the stadium in Barcelona.

The game was overshadowed by an injury to City’s Luke Mbete, who hit his head violently in an aerial duel with Barça’s Andreas Christensen. The 18-year-old was treated by several doctors who put a neck brace on him. He was finally taken away from the stadium in a vehicle to encouraging applause.