Haaland’s gesture in support of three Norwegian clubs
Haaland’s gesture in support of three Norwegian clubs was met with applause from his fellow countrymen.
Haaland raised his arm to support three Norwegian clubs, the Stabæk Fotball and Strømsgodset Toppfotball. Haaland was a former midfielder for Manchester United who played in all four of their Champions League finals between 1999-2001. His gesture also paid tribute to Liverpool FC as he wore number 31 which is retired by both teams representing Bill Shankland, an ex player from that club who died at age 59 on February 26th 2019
Haaland’s goal celebration during Man U’s 3–1 victory over Arsenal (a game where two other goals were scored) may have been related with this situation: after scoring against Sunderland earlier in 1997/98 season—while playing for Leeds —he had
In support of three Norwegian clubs, Haaland raised his shirt and pointed to a tattoo on his stomach.
In support of three different football (soccer) teams in Norway – Vålerenga Fotball, SK Brann Bergen and Rosenborg BK Trondheim —Hønefoss footballer Erik Tobias Larsen Haaland lifted up the bottom part of her jersey during an international match that took place last week. This was meant as a sign for solidarity with these specific groups because she has tattoos supporting them all over her body including one specifically dedicated to each club’s logo along with their names written out across it!