Haaland: I don’t care about the evaluation of me on social media, I have imitated Ibrahimovic, Messi and others since I was a child

In an interview with the fashion magazine GQ, Manchester City striker Haaland talked about his childhood
Life in Manchester, and he also talks about his imitation objects as a child.

Regarding the evaluation on social media, Haaland said: “I will not read the evaluation of myself on social media. You can’t control what people think of you. I can’t do anything about it. I don’t care.”

Harland’s father played for Manchester City and he was also born in England. Talking about his life experience in England when he was a child, Harland said: “When I see the photos, I will think of my life in England when I was a child, but I can’t remember it.
It’s a good thing that my parents know what the country is like, and it’s also special for me to play at the same club as him.”

Regarding his performance on the court, Haaland said: “I try to be a little smarter and sharper than my opponent, and I also want to make my mind a little clearer. If I do this, there will be a little more than the defensive player.”
Seconds of thinking time, then I have space to finish, they think where I’m going to go, and then I score, it’s something I’ve been thinking about.”

In the interview, Haaland said that he imitated other strikers since he was a child. He said: “From Ibrahimovic to Van Persie to Vardy and Aguero, Messi, Negredo, Dzeko and Balotelli.
I think in the end, it’s all about your awareness.”