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Ice Haaland, the latest field where the Norwegian tries to compete with CR7

The Norwegian giant keeps on competing with the Portuguese superstar

By Mario Perez

Erling Haaland tried to compete with Cristiano Ronaldo in an unexpected business out of the field.
Erling Haaland tried to compete with Cristiano Ronaldo in an unexpected business out of the field.
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Manchester City striker Erling Haaland surprised the media and the fans in the last few hours with a shocking post on his personal Instagram account, where he revealed one of the latest ways to build his fame off the pitch, where he still fights against Cristiano Ronaldo to become the real icon of football.

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The Norwegian 23-year-old superstar, put in relief his name through an unexpected agreement with a company of his country, where he is a top idol and makes business in every step he gives.

The striker, labeled as “an iceman”, made honor to his nickname and proved that he isn’t only a great scorer but also a great ice cream connoisseur by starring the promo of a new Norwegian ice cream with his name launched by the brand Henning Olsen, which would have granted the striker a great marketing deal where he’ll secure a good amount of money.

The packaging features the striker showing his winning pose beside his signature and a picture of the ice cream, which made City fans go crazy with the release of the product, which will be only available in Norway.

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Erling emulates Cristiano Ronaldo

The Norwegian idol emulated in this way to the Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, who already has an icecream with his name in Torino since his stage at Juventus, where a shop launched a special ice cream with the name of the idol, who gives Haaland a lesson of humbleness, as he, on the contrary to the Citizen, didn’t receive anything for the sale of the product.

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