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Erling Haaland jokes with Thierry Henry and talks making Champions League history | UCL on CBS

  • Published on Mar 13, 2023 veröffentlicht
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  • Shardul Churi
    Shardul Churi 2 months ago +8978

    He's so authentic man. None of those diplomatic PR-oriented interviews. Keeps it real and is still such a level headed guy

    • anodyne57
      anodyne57 2 months ago +259

      And yet already super-savvy. Can make the quick, hilarious quip...yet he's not stupidly un-diplomatic. He steers away from traps at the right time.

    • Pixydust411
      Pixydust411 2 months ago +59

      @anodyne57 he has an incredible father guiding him ❤

    • Melvin Ost
      Melvin Ost 2 months ago +43

      his meditation helps for sure

    • chewdafat
      chewdafat 2 months ago

      ​@Pixydust411 roy keane ended him.game over.😂😂😂😂🚀🚀🚀🚀

  • Neil's a Sussy Baka
    Neil's a Sussy Baka 2 months ago +2118

    What a guy, shakes hands with everyone in the beginning and in the end. He also shaked hands with the guy he handed the mic. Truly a humble legend.

    • Hassii
      Hassii 2 months ago +46

      What? How is bro getting praised for shaking peoples hand. My guy that's normal in my culture

    • Dedii Samsidar
      Dedii Samsidar 2 months ago +105

      @Hassii because not every great pro footballer do that

    • Eli🇨🇦
      Eli🇨🇦 2 months ago +30

      also thierry taking his glove off to shake hands, everybody in germany does this but when I went to england and france nobody did that at all.

    • Quasar 94
      Quasar 94 2 months ago +2

      Except the woman...truly a humble legend

    • Brandosaurus
      Brandosaurus 2 months ago +9

      @Quasar 94 watch again, 3rd handshake

  • Xenunti
    Xenunti 2 months ago +886

    He’s an animal. Scores 5 and is frustrated by missed chances, wants to improve, wants to score more. Plus he’s such a great guy.

    • dMq92
      dMq92 2 months ago +18

      it is like CR7 mind so we can easily pressume thats gonna be beast.

    • TheLiveCoach
      TheLiveCoach 2 months ago +8

      To be fair, every striker is frustrated with missed chances, every keeper with conceded goals, that's very natural. But he's definitely got the right mentality, personality and drive to be one of the greatest in the game!

    • Zzz Vain
      Zzz Vain 2 months ago


    • Amirul Asyraf
      Amirul Asyraf 2 months ago +6

      @Zzz Vain omg you're so negative.

  • LFC Metallica
    LFC Metallica 2 months ago +515

    Even as a rival fan, I can’t help but admire this guy. His talent and work ethic is second to none.

    • Memory munde
      Memory munde 2 months ago +10

      I am a die hard united fan, but Haaland is something else❤

  • diogo p.
    diogo p. 2 months ago +265

    Henry's face when erling says he scored 5 but wanted more 😂😂

  • Clifford Herry Kapia
    Clifford Herry Kapia 2 months ago +201

    Haaland's mentality is elite, it all makes sense why he's able to deliver at such a high level, consistently and we need more interviews like this from players.

  • game
    game 2 months ago +4693

    henry taking of his glove to shake haaland's hand is pure class.

    • Fabian Tille
      Fabian Tille 2 months ago +355

      that are the small gestures that say much more about youre character then a lot of other behaviour

    • That's Dope
      That's Dope 2 months ago +118

      I'm so glad others noticed!

    • Ajayi Akeem
      Ajayi Akeem 2 months ago +112

      Henry does that many times during post-match interviews. Check previous interviews ;So humble a guy.

    • 876martinn
      876martinn 2 months ago +73

      That's the Arsenal way, pure class.

    • Rieldans
      Rieldans 2 months ago +163

      ​​@876martinn Thierry's class is all his own. You were lucky to have him, don't push it by claiming it as yours lol

  • ThisIsChrisHS
    ThisIsChrisHS 2 months ago +81

    Thierry Henry taking off his gloves to shake Erlings hand is a different level of respect!

    • Ha Y
      Ha Y 27 days ago +3

      That's common courtesy around here, hahaha

  • KC Sniper
    KC Sniper 2 months ago +108

    Being a lifetime Dortmund Supporter i love Haaland. What makes me such a Haaland fan is how humble and reflective he is about his own performances. The man score 5 goals and still could break down to exact detail each goal he missed.

  • Eat Me!!
    Eat Me!! 2 months ago +231

    Henry in his prime would be able to play in any era in any team.

    • Aminoff
      Aminoff Month ago +6

      Best player in the world 2002-05 imo until Ronaldinho overtook

    • Srk
      Srk Month ago +12

      @Aminoff Yea prime ronaldinho is the best player ever to grace the football field

    • Aminoff
      Aminoff Month ago +1

      @Srk agreed

  • Bavdingo
    Bavdingo 2 months ago +78

    Humble King, Thierry felt it, so did us all. Legend in the making

  • Ghiles Idir
    Ghiles Idir 2 months ago +4074

    Halaand gives the mic 🎤 back and shakes hand with the assistant
    This man is humble and respectful
    His mentality and his attitude can only be admirable

    • Eduardo Goncalves
      Eduardo Goncalves 2 months ago +87

      The mic assistant looked surprised lol.

    • Jerome Jacobs
      Jerome Jacobs 2 months ago +160

      There is that video when the team were training and the players just threw the bibs on the floor. He went and picked some up and gave them to the kit man. And the kit man gave him a thankful pat on the back. Manners cost nothing

    • Jake H
      Jake H 2 months ago +13

      Mic assistant lol…he’s probably the producer. Not such thing as a mic assistant, other than sound engineer

    • Michael Mezmer
      Michael Mezmer 2 months ago +54

      @Jake H the point still stands, he didn't have to shake that mans hand whatsoever, but he did

    • Geo Lui
      Geo Lui 2 months ago +9

      He's humble in appearance 😉 , better than other forwards who think they are invincible.

  • Judah Wessel
    Judah Wessel 2 months ago +44

    It's amazing how Halland in one interview can say that he was brought in to help a top club win the champions league and STILL come across as a humble, modest, selfless guy. Great role model for the sport!

  • Nishaan24
    Nishaan24 2 months ago +57

    It’s good to see a player so hungry for himself and his team and be so humble. He deserves all the success he receives

  • AkimboCornDogs
    AkimboCornDogs 2 months ago +56

    He's like the embodiment of the fifa storyline always praising your team but he genuinely means it. Dude is the real deal. Can't wait to see where he goes but he's already put in some of the most legendary performances of all time at such a young age in so many different leagues

  • Mind Runs
    Mind Runs 2 months ago +26

    What a legendary mindset. I didn’t believe people talk about once in a generation atheletes until I saw erling. His level of play and even his misses are such close opportunities, being molded down to perfection. Its like creating a damn near maxed out character on fifa, but in reality this is one mans hard work, sweat, effort, and unmatchable talent

  • Henry Munoz
    Henry Munoz 2 months ago +25

    Always happy to see Titi on tv as an Arsenal fan, but cannot deny Haaland’s impact and his contributions to his team. Mad props.

  • Gabriel Gaydos
    Gabriel Gaydos 2 months ago +4517

    This has to be a one of the best post-match interviews 😂

    • Cloud
      Cloud 2 months ago +23

      344 likes, no comments. Let me change that 😂

    • Cloud
      Cloud 2 months ago +39

      But all things considered, this is THE BEST post match interview

    • Yohanes Paskal
      Yohanes Paskal 2 months ago +27

      Halland talk no bs

    • mediacenter man
      mediacenter man 2 months ago +3

      You must not have watched many.

    • Aj
      Aj 2 months ago +7

      Hell yeah. I was dying laughing throughout the interview

  • UBO
    UBO 2 months ago +9

    The amount of respect he's gained after this game _and_ interview. I mean he is a star already, but it is nice to see a humble side to him and a respectful human being in an age of football divas.

  • Neil McAdam
    Neil McAdam 2 months ago +16

    The scary thing with him is he is this good but he also knows his weaknesses. He knows what he needs to improve on. Some players get caught up in their own ability and don’t figure out how to improve, it eventually catches up with them. So many examples of that.

  • Ryan Schultz
    Ryan Schultz 2 months ago +22

    Erling is such a character. And he's always himself. Says what's on his mind. Has a great sense of humor. Very happy for him, and to have him playing for Manchester City!

  • Nick B-Whistler
    Nick B-Whistler 2 months ago +180

    He makes it easy to be a fan of his. Outstanding person, outstanding player, outstanding team. Humble yet real; an eater of worlds, yet never satiated in success; a brilliant athlete, but a subtle assassin who slips into every nook and cranny of aggression; best I've ever seen in terms of pure scorer.

    • Abdallah abdul rahaman
      Abdallah abdul rahaman 2 months ago +6

      You must be a novelist, I love your description! 😀👍

    • dale grant
      dale grant 2 months ago +3

      An eater of worlds? jesus christ he's an athletic man who can hit a round object between some posts very well

    • deeznhts881
      deeznhts881 2 months ago

      Calm down mate

    • Nick B-Whistler
      Nick B-Whistler 2 months ago

      @dale grant You know what, dale, you're right. I'm an idiot. Thanks for correcting me. I'll do better in the future.

    • Nick B-Whistler
      Nick B-Whistler 2 months ago

      @Abdallah abdul rahaman I am actually =P I wonder what dale grant does for a living.

  • cunnell
    cunnell 2 months ago +24

    Best interview i have seen in awhile. Haaland is class on and off the pitch

  • Giuseppe Michael Pipicella
    Giuseppe Michael Pipicella 2 months ago +25

    The fact that he stood there and talked about what he needs to improve on... what a champion

  • Mando Marley
    Mando Marley 2 months ago +2842

    He's an animal on the pitch . But outside he's incredibly humble and respectful. A class act that Haaland.

    • jimbo 1312
      jimbo 1312 2 months ago +20

      Like father, like son.

    • Toxx
      Toxx 2 months ago +7

      Tap in Poacher…… oh wait he’s not Ronaldo so we can’t say that.

    • Moutusi Mukherjee
      Moutusi Mukherjee 2 months ago +31

      ​@Toxx dude ronaldo could buy your entire blood line and more

    • Garry
      Garry 2 months ago +15

      @Toxx what’s wrong with being a poacher, it means consistent goals

    • Apuanu Charles
      Apuanu Charles 2 months ago +4

      That’s why everyone loves him...Ask about him from all of his former teammates and hear them say very great things about him(with regards to his character and personality )...Imagine buying everyone at Dortmund a costume made Rolex watches (from his wages)... Pure class

  • Jordan Williams
    Jordan Williams 2 months ago +17

    Such a great personality! His interviews are always gold… Proper normal humble dude, but the best finisher I’ve seen since R9

  • Yusuf Z. Ergen
    Yusuf Z. Ergen 2 months ago +10

    This man is not only a goal machine human tank, but also a humble, intellectual and smart person. This characteristics will make him one of the best in football history. Like even if he quits his football career he would be a succesful business man or something.

  • Gemma Staines
    Gemma Staines 2 months ago +25

    He is a very likeable man! Hats off to mum and dad, they’ve raised a great kid!!

  • Atlas Sho
    Atlas Sho 2 months ago +10

    As a Liverpool fan, I can’t see how you can hate a guy like this. World class footballer that will become one of the greats in Norwegian football. Down to earth and scores bags of goals🤟🏾

  • Alison Albright
    Alison Albright 2 months ago +12

    I love this young man. Erling is genuinely such a nice person with thoughtful responses and so fun to watch on the pitch.

  • Nolan Batur
    Nolan Batur 2 months ago +4261

    glad he made sure to shake everyones hand, class player and character

    • anodyne57
      anodyne57 2 months ago +125

      It still must be mentioned that...he recognizes the only woman on the crew, as no less (or better) than any of the rest. Except of course, stating the obvious...that Thierry is the only other strong goal-scorer amongst present company.

    • danglez
      danglez 2 months ago +40

      was nice he shook the womens hand who went in for it but had that awkward nevermind when he looked down for a second but then he gave her one lol

    • John McIntosh
      John McIntosh 2 months ago +29

      That would be normal are we giving praise for manners now,

    • SweetFeetKP
      SweetFeetKP 2 months ago +17

      @John McIntosh well when some players don’t do it it’s not the norm anymore.

  • Matei Constantin
    Matei Constantin 2 months ago +30

    Incredible interview as always with Erling Haaland. The only footballer to speak with this amazing spirit

  • Kevin Durant
    Kevin Durant 2 months ago +17

    Even with that stardom glad seeing him still so down to earth and respectful to anyone he encounters.

  • BR60
    BR60 2 months ago +28

    It's difficult to believe that this is still a young lad only 22 years old...so humble and honest. Would be incredible to see him score the winning goal for City in the Champions League final...come on City!!!.

  • OlafderPirat
    OlafderPirat 2 months ago +7

    Seems weird to say that about a footballer who scores insane amounts of goals at his age but the best thing about him is how well adjusted he is. He's self reflected, humble and funny. Which makes him probably easy to work with as a teammate and coach. Can't wait to see which heights Mbappé and Haaland will reach, especially now after the Messi and Ronaldo era has ended.

  • Rahmin Buckman
    Rahmin Buckman 2 months ago +30

    My favorite part of the interview was when Earling said he had to get better with his left foot, right foot, and heading. I freaking love how simple and unscripted his responses are!

  • Akpos Emmmauel
    Akpos Emmmauel 2 months ago +1397

    Erling Haaland is so down to earth, and he's even self critical of himself and wants to get better, that's absolutely amazing, that's a mentality of a beast.

    • Raj Gogoi
      Raj Gogoi 2 months ago


    • gigamoment
      gigamoment 2 months ago

      I honestly can't see how he is down to earth...

  • Adam Johnson
    Adam Johnson 2 months ago +15

    I was really fortunate to be in attendance for the match tonight. Wow! What a player, and after listening to this interview my opinion of him has increased even more. Elite mentality and hunger! Titi Henry is clearly a fan, which means a lot. I noticed the two of them share a little look and a laugh after the match when Haaland was applauding the supporters with the match ball under his arm. That’s a moment I’ll remember.

  • Bryn Teeling & The River Thieves

    What an inspiring young man. I hope the kids of today are watching and learning not just in football but in attitude. Stay humble

  • amer yusof
    amer yusof 2 months ago +62

    The fact that Henry took off his glove and shakes Haaland’s hand was pure respect

    • Berry
      Berry 2 months ago +2

      He’s a lovable bloke. Don’t be ashamed

    • 4times
      4times 2 months ago +6

      He did it 4 Arteta too.... Henry been classy from the get go

    • Peter Runrig
      Peter Runrig 2 months ago +1

      Classy to everyone but the Irish

    • owenhunt
      owenhunt 2 months ago

      @Peter Runrig When has Haaland ever spoke to an Irish person?

  • olivier nshimiyimana
    olivier nshimiyimana Month ago +8

    I loved Henry's glove removal every time he shook Erling's hand!! Class act 👏

  • Vikash Kumar
    Vikash Kumar 2 months ago +9

    Haaland is a class player. A beast on the field and humble and respectful when off the field.

  • Deacon David Viscount
    Deacon David Viscount 2 months ago +1789

    Can’t help but notice how he talks about how the team scoring the 7, not just how he scores 5. Top class.

    • Naffin
      Naffin 2 months ago +67

      You can tell that's a result of Pep, when he was asked about the match he barely mentioned Haaland. Pep and Haaland himself clearly both expect this level of play from him, both extremely humble and benevolent guys.

    • Udayon Sen
      Udayon Sen 2 months ago +9

      ​@Naffin Pep isn't humble though

    • Mark
      Mark 2 months ago +6

      He didn’t score 5 on his own thought, team mates and opponent mistakes gifted him most. He’s no messi and never will be.

    • Regad Sadaf
      Regad Sadaf 2 months ago +11

      @Mark you mean messi score without his teammates 😆

    • Diego ッ
      Diego ッ 2 months ago +7

      @Mark watch ur words very carefully

  • Useless But United
    Useless But United 2 months ago +8

    Thierry Henry taking his glove off to shake Haaland's hand at the end oozes more class than pretty much any footballer you could think of.

  • Axel mercedes libran
    Axel mercedes libran 2 months ago +9

    My man just scored 5 goals and is saying there’s still room for improvement, that’s a first class athlete right there 💯

  • Diclofenac
    Diclofenac Month ago +1

    La classe de Thierry! Il ne peut pas toucher une main sans enlever son gant! RESPECT!

  • Mohamed Sankoumba Fadiga
    Mohamed Sankoumba Fadiga 2 months ago +2

    This was fantastically wholesome. I can't get enough of you guys. Add in Haaland to that and you have one of the best interveiws ever.

  • Gio
    Gio 2 months ago +1956

    Thierry Henry taking his gloves off to shake hands. Respect!

    • Olly Db
      Olly Db 2 months ago +10

      what makes that respectful?

    • Kristóf Szakács
      Kristóf Szakács 2 months ago +135

      @Olly Db The fact that it is disrespectful to shake hands in gloves...

    • Library Dee
      Library Dee 2 months ago +58

      Wants to check Haaland for gears and wires.

    • Jerry B Nasty
      Jerry B Nasty 2 months ago +40

      @Kristóf Szakács what if he scratched his balls with his gloves off and the gloves were actually protecting Halaand from the crabs???

    • anodyne57
      anodyne57 2 months ago +3

      @Olly Db Seriously?

  • Dinidu Kaluarachchi
    Dinidu Kaluarachchi 2 months ago +7

    That interview made me love Haaland even more seeing his potential.
    Go the blues!

  • Daryl Goh
    Daryl Goh 2 months ago +9

    I don't know if it's just me, but it seems Thierry looked almost afraid at Erling's potential and hunger. And what intelligence he has as a player as well.

  • Eduard Kantholz
    Eduard Kantholz 2 months ago +9

    But I also want to mention beside Haalands supreme class, they gave him good questions ending in a more humble conversation than in an interview. That was nice to watch ♥

  • Lili Kang
    Lili Kang 2 months ago +5

    Such a humble man, he is so talented. Always aiming to improve himself, huge respect, you deserve the champion's league .

  • Eric Njoka
    Eric Njoka 2 months ago +4

    He deserves EVERYTHING he gets, his humility is top level! I know where I've seen that humility before - in a certain Lionel Messi!

  • J
    J 2 months ago +747

    I'm a Liverpool fan, but you cannot not appreciate the goal machine Haaland is in world football, he's absolutely a Norwegian phenomena and he'll probably be one of the greats in history. Plus he seems to be a cool dude to be around.

    • Ryan Schultz
      Ryan Schultz 2 months ago +13

      Fairplay mate!💯👊

    • J
      J 2 months ago +4

      @Ryan Schultz Yeah, enjoy his display while you can before other clubs snatch him up. People like him don't come around the scene that often...

    • Ali Hussen
      Ali Hussen 2 months ago +5

      Been a Chelsea fan since Drogba had his hair permed. Haaland is an amazing player and an even better lad off the pitch. Well done mate!

    • Peter Runrig
      Peter Runrig 2 months ago +3

      Hope he gets to play in the world cup finals in 2024!

    • Ronin
      Ronin 2 months ago +1

      ​@Peter Runrig what 💀

  • Tito Carlon
    Tito Carlon 2 months ago +3

    Just started watching football mid last year and I’m loving the sport. I love this crew for the CL games aswell great chemistry between them. They give me inside the NBA vibes🔥

  • Nike is a Greek Goddess
    Nike is a Greek Goddess 2 months ago +7

    Listening to him talk is inspirational. What a smart young man.

  • Christopher Reynolds
    Christopher Reynolds 2 months ago +2

    Haaland’s footballing brain ans reactions are amazing - he reads the game so well. Gets on the end of so many chances and finishes so accurately most of the time

  • Jorge Fernandez
    Jorge Fernandez 2 months ago +7

    An absolute relentless machine scoring 5 goals in round 16 and the most crucial season so far 💙💙💙

  • Not Chivas
    Not Chivas 2 months ago +2

    incredible personality. have we ever seen a world's best act like that on a interview... ever? he's a machine on the field but a actual human being outside

  • Sriram Kasyap
    Sriram Kasyap 2 months ago +489

    You won’t see many say “I could’ve been better all around” after netting 5 in a champions league game. Unreal hunger this man! What a monster!!

    • Lucky mark
      Lucky mark 2 months ago +6

      Cause Fruadiola subbed him off 😐

    • Sahat Rizki
      Sahat Rizki 2 months ago +12

      he definitely could've done so much better and everyone knows that, until baldy subbed him off

    • AKG
      AKG 2 months ago +10

      Also You won't see many score 5 Fkng goals in a champions league match

    • Micheal Josh
      Micheal Josh 2 months ago +3

      @Lucky mark bozo

    • Micheal Josh
      Micheal Josh 2 months ago +3

      @Sahat Rizki bozo 2.0

  • Niraj Bio
    Niraj Bio Month ago +2

    Best post match interview I've ever seen 🔥🔥🔥
    Halaand what a player
    What a guy ❤

  • Zachary Noble
    Zachary Noble 2 months ago +3

    As an arsenal fan… this guy is a machine… love his confidence but also humble in the same way…

  • Slice Of Lif£
    Slice Of Lif£ 2 months ago +4

    He knows his game...one of the best players in the modern era....

  • Oscar Chido
    Oscar Chido 2 months ago +2

    This guy is going to smash records, damn he's so calm and cool outside but inside the pitch he's another beast in human form

  • The Little Signpost Pointing the way

    The facts are clear, Erling is always there to get the rebounds as well as the passes! He does extremely well at seeing where he can position himself to get all those rebounds! He follows the balls into the box and his vision is what the whole team needs to improve! Unfortunately for Leipzig, Erling read the rebounds with near perfection, thus he is just incredible! Sure De Bruyne also knows where to position the ball for Erling too and it seems all players are attempting the same thing! Well done City, well done Erling!

  • JayCFC
    JayCFC 2 months ago +554

    Haaland's mentality is amazing. What an incredible player.🙌🏾

  • reddish
    reddish 2 months ago +3

    As a United fan I hate how much I love his mentality. Guy is truly a beast and I'm glad a player of his quality is in the Premier League.. Even though it hurts our chances to win things.

  • Jimmie Cooks
    Jimmie Cooks 2 months ago +3

    A true striker! Scored five goals and had missed opportunities clear in his mind to improve moving forward!

  • Hans Alvarado
    Hans Alvarado 2 months ago +13

    * scores 5* 22 years old, has a aftermatch interview and talks like he was a 30 year old with experience. Erling haaland mindset is so level headed yet ambitious, he is smart and humble.

  • Mohammed Rizwan
    Mohammed Rizwan 2 months ago +4

    That's truly a very enjoyable interview. Felt like he was just chatting with old friends.

  • Gentlemen Premium Review
    Gentlemen Premium Review 2 months ago +5

    BVB misses him. A true gentleman. Authentic, smart and a bulldozer at the pitch. A highlight to watch him.

  • Al Foote
    Al Foote 2 months ago +456

    As a City hater, the worst thing about Haaland is how much I like him. Such a great guy

    • PravinVarma Maniam
      PravinVarma Maniam 2 months ago +12

      Bruh why you hate city tho?

    • my memories
      my memories 2 months ago +4

      True why hate a club with less fans than spurs In Britain, and before 2011 spurs had a richer history?

    • قرفص
      قرفص 2 months ago +43

      @my memories they definitely don’t have less fans than Tottenham 💀

    • my memories
      my memories 2 months ago +3

      @قرفص In Britain spurs 3 million to city 1 million, worldwide yes city has substantially more.

    • Neil's a Sussy Baka
      Neil's a Sussy Baka 2 months ago +6

      @my memories a city fan from India. Really true that domestic city fans are comparatively less, but across the globe we are in huge numbers

  • Clank's Deep Mind
    Clank's Deep Mind 2 months ago +4

    What a man, you can only love him

  • Deep Dasgupta
    Deep Dasgupta 2 months ago +1

    Arsenal fan here applauding this. What an interview. Chemistry of the pundit team is elite (& class from Henry over the glove). However main thing is Haaland just presented himself in the way we hope all our sporting heroes present. Humble, honest & grounded. What a testament to his support team, his family & him for such a refreshing mindset. Loved his attitude & class - that last moment where he gives back the mic to the runner & shakes his hand is 'off camera' & says a lot. We should treasure him being in the prem (& please have an off day against us when we come to the Etihad)

  • xzx0001
    xzx0001 2 months ago +11

    Such a genuine man. Can’t help to love him

  • Brandon Krugel
    Brandon Krugel 2 months ago +7

    What a legend, that first joke got me rolling haha, he is just on the wring side of Manchester.

    • Jose Luis Quiroga Beltran
      Jose Luis Quiroga Beltran 2 months ago

      English is not my first language. Would you care to explain that first joke please?
      I really did not get it. I was looking to the comments for some explanation but it seems you are the only one who has commented on the joke.

  • Scorpions Rock
    Scorpions Rock 2 months ago +3

    I’m Arsenal fan, but Halaand is such a humble and likeable chap. That’s by leaving out his monstrous scoring ability and talent!

  • Nenyi Eduafo-Sackey
    Nenyi Eduafo-Sackey 2 months ago +341

    My respect for Haaland jusy sky rocketed. He's a goal scoring genius 👏

    • Junayd Abdullah
      Junayd Abdullah 2 months ago +10

      he’s pumping his first right now coz he’s got the respect of Nenyi Eduafo-Sackey

    • Kevin Emilio Vlogs
      Kevin Emilio Vlogs 2 months ago

      @Junayd Abdullah No he's doing exactly that because he's scored 5 goals in a UCL game...

  • Martin Kennedy
    Martin Kennedy 2 months ago +1

    What a great guy. Never seen him interviewed before and I'm well impressed. Humble, funny and, of course, loving life.

  • jay
    jay 2 months ago +3

    Lol the look Henry had on his face after Haaland said you have to be hungry for the next one not happy about the 5 previous had me dying.

  • John Lombardo
    John Lombardo 2 months ago +8

    So matter of fact.. so humble.. so fun loving .. he is truly the complete package man.. I admit when he came to the prems I hated on him big time.. he's grown on me and I love to see him in this magical form.. truly something spectacular that I am so happy to be able to watch and for him to be part of this generation

  • The Magpie.
    The Magpie. 2 months ago +1

    Haalands amazing humbleness is because of his father. he knows how blessed he is, to be where he is. and how quickly it can be taken away. play every game as if it is your last Son..

  • Leo Jagawaga
    Leo Jagawaga Month ago

    His Knowledge Of The Game Is Incredible And Its Wonderful To See How He Wants Everyone To Succeed

    ULTIMATE SOCCER SHOW 2 months ago +235

    Haaland is well mannered, well spoken & shows great wisdom for one so young. He is going to be THE GOAT!

    • Steve Otachi
      Steve Otachi 2 months ago +4

      Unfortunately coz he doesn’t play for a big country he’ll never win the wc but he can become the CL goat

    • bjor fossum
      bjor fossum 2 months ago +1

      every scandinavian is well mannered.

    • Ævdun
      Ævdun 2 months ago +10

      @bjor fossum We’re definitely not, but thanks!

    • time x
      time x 2 months ago

      maybe in terms of goalscoring but never in football ability. the way messi and ronaldo could go past a wholte team alone and messi as well with his playmaking ability that is just something else. he is a monster of a striker though.

  • Richie Williams
    Richie Williams 2 months ago +1

    This man is Dangerously good and would be an asset to any team and at only 22 yes /22 I wonder how many millions go for big respect to the fella ☮️❤️

  • C S
    C S 2 months ago +1

    You get everything you need to know about him right at the end. Shakes everyone's hand, including the guy he hands the microphone to.

  • Bensley Drake
    Bensley Drake 2 months ago +3

    Love how Henry took off his glove to give him a proper handshake how humble and genuine Haaland is and how about Micah so proud of Haaland like they are best buds loved it!

  • 0nsight
    0nsight 2 months ago +1

    I'd cry if I got to talk to Haaland, what a player and what a role model

  • iclark2400
    iclark2400 2 months ago +1

    Erling Haaland is a machine but he couldn't be more human, I love this guy man. He can only get better and has the right mentality to become the very best

  • Ureshii
    Ureshii 2 months ago +181

    Despite being the best, he shows pure class and shows true humility. He should clearly win every footballing accolade this year

    • FFK fan TV
      FFK fan TV 2 months ago

      Well I believe nomatter how many goals he score and titles he wins he will get very few ballendore. Just because he is from Norway. He should chosen to play for England. That would given him the chance to play in all Euros and WC.
      He was born in Leeds played for them as a kid and after that for City. His dream is lifting prem and UCL playing for Leeds.
      But I guess City will be fine to😃👍

    • Chuck Norris
      Chuck Norris 2 months ago +1

      Dont say that. World cup doesnt give you a free ticket to balondor. After Messi retires, he will have little competition.

  • Adii
    Adii 2 months ago +1

    He has improved his talk so much!! Absolutely love him!

  • K3RR
    K3RR 2 months ago +2

    He is probably the most likeable world class talent ever

  • Thomas Higgins
    Thomas Higgins 2 months ago +2

    Even as a rival fan you can’t hate the guy and any young striker looking to haaland as inspiration would genuinely be good for them :)

  • Uiztoast Y
    Uiztoast Y 2 months ago +1

    He still got alot to learn but when he reaches his full potential going to be a even bigger monster than he is

  • Here.
    Here. 2 months ago +88

    He is a modern throwback. He has the physical presence of John Charles and the goal instincts of Jimmy Greaves. He has the pace and athleticism of Gareth Bale and the power in the air of Ronaldo. Combine that with the goal ratio and humble attitude of Messi and you have one hell of a player. A monster.

    • NorwegianTaxAuthorities
      NorwegianTaxAuthorities 2 months ago +5

      How will he handle the transition to the Preamier League, though? Too psysichal and fast, perhaps?

      DRONATURAL 2 months ago +7

      ​@NorwegianTaxAuthorities He destroyed the EPL 😂

    • NHK23
      NHK23 2 months ago +3

      Humble attitude of messi. Lmao. one of the most arrogant player there is.

    • Stephen Gichu
      Stephen Gichu 2 months ago +1

      well said

  • Vishnu Bansal
    Vishnu Bansal 2 months ago +98

    Henry's last question is referencing to his comments from a few weeks ago imo, where he reveals tips he got that improved him as a striker, and how he thinks haaland could improve, ie, understanding teammates' gameplay and how he could bring the best out of them. Haaland's response is spot on, glad he's learning and absorbing guidance, even if it's not given to him personally but on a random show. Shows his hunger to improve, and I love it.

    • Faraz Huq
      Faraz Huq 2 months ago +7

      I was waiting for someone to point that out. Thierry said what Haaland is lacking is to make his teammates better and that’s exactly what Haaland said he needs to get better at this interview. Unreal mentality this guy.

  • Hatch 101
    Hatch 101 2 months ago +1

    Such a good kid man. Parents must be proud of him

  • Lail Alkhalaileh
    Lail Alkhalaileh 2 months ago +1

    I want to see this man thrive, what a guy!

  • SteeezQc
    SteeezQc 2 months ago +3

    Un classique. Masterclass signé Haaland

  • wagfinpis
    wagfinpis 2 months ago +1

    I am not easily impressed but I like the things Haaland says and the way he sees it all as much as his results. Very impressive!