Haaland's Football Boots
Adding grace to the strikes of Erling Haaland at the moment is Nike's Mercurial Vapor XIII, an already skilled striker, the teenage wonder is clearly benefiting from the supercharged traction of his Nike Aerotrac plate to firmly plant his lead foot for preparation and from the Nikeskin overlay to feel the ball in his feet first before it ends up at the back of the net. And Haaland complements team mate Jadon Sancho not only at Borussia Dortmund, but also with Nike as Haaland is the Vapor to Sancho’s Mercurial Superfly.
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What's Erling Haaland Wearing?
Speaking of his Nike partnership with Jadon Sancho, Haaland also wore the Nuovo White Vapors as one of Nike’s up and coming talents of 2019. During Norway’s 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup group game against Honduras, he has made the Game Over Vapors proud with his record-breaking 9 goals-in-one-match performance.
The son of former Nottingham Forest, Leeds United, and Manchester City player Alf-Inge Haaland, Erling Haaland’s first top-flight experience is with Eliteserien’s Molde when he joined the said club in 2016 at just 16 years of age. After just two seasons, he makes a move to Red Bull Salzburg and in just 12 months would move to Germany’s Bundesliga when he signed with Borussia Dortmund in January 2020. Goals are becoming synonymous with Haaland as it is the striker’s goalscoring capabilities that allow him to get attention from premier clubs at such a young age. He joins the likes of Alessandro Del Piero, Alan Shearer, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Wayne Rooney to score a hat trick during their first appearance for their respective teams.
His 9 goals against Honduras was more than enough to get him the Golden Boot in the 2019 U20 Fifa World Cup despite the failure of Norway to qualify for the knockout stages. His exploits so far in the UEFA Champions League has been unprecedented as he is listed as one of the few special ones to score in five straight UEFA games together with Alessandro Del Piero, Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Robert Lewandowski, none of which has reached Haaland’s tally of eight goals within the said number of games.
The highlight of Haaland’s playing style is his eye for the goal. He has a wonderful striker’s positional sense as he seems to be always in the right place at the right time for rebounds and tap ins, and can also strike the ball with little to no time to aim. Despite his strong bulky frame and a tall 6’4” height that can make him a target man, his pace, movement off the ball, and ability to get behind the defenders make him better suited to passes in behind the defences which more often than not lead to his clinical finishing.
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