The Norwegian football star Erling Haaland was at the weekend thrown out of a nightclub in Stavanger, Norway, because he created coronafare to be too popular.
It says natklubbens chief to the German media Bild, writes fodboldmediet Goal.com Monday.
A video on social media showed at the weekend the teenager being thrown out of the nightclub, causing several to speculate on Haaland was thrown out, because he was too full.
But to Bild explains chief Cristopher Naesheim, that the Dortmund attacker was asked to go for the current coronarestriktioner in Norway.
- Security staff was aware of the crowd of people, there were about Erling Braut Haaland. They knew that the fans would not stop to surround him to have pictures taken and talk with him, " says Cristopher Naesheim and adds:
- eventually the pressure is so great that we had to ask him to go.
head of security services has also said to the Bild that Haaland was not full, and that he showed 'total understanding' of the situation after a conversation outside.
the Video from the social media shows otherwise, the attacker protest to be thrown out, but the situation has not been further consequences for some of the people involved.
Nordmandens club, German club Borussia Dortmund, has not commented on the incident.
It has Erling Haalands father, Alf-Inge Haaland, in turn.
on Sunday, he shared a picture on Twitter, where he teasingly writes to his son:
- Come, Erling Haaland, back to work. Big city-the nightlife is not something for you, he writes.
In the picture you can see Alf-Inge Haaland wearing practical clothing while he is in the process of woodcutting.
Norway has until now had relatively great success with the to contain the infection with the corona with 8984 infected and 253 deaths since the pandemic's start, according to figures from the Johns Hopkins University.