Physical fitness and characteristics of a football player Erling Haaland, Which is 1.94 meters long, It has led to creativity when it comes to naming it with Robot, machine Or the giantBut incredibly, in the photo that has gone viral in the past few hours, it appears that his body is not suitable for those titles. Which is the front of Manchester city He is photographed next to a Senegalese basketball player, and from his perspective, he looks small.
Mamadou NdiayeWho knew how to make a promise NBAwas in the stadium on Wednesday to watch the Celestial team win over Red Star Belgrade 3-1 in the Champions League. Champions League Once the match ended, he entered the locker room to be with one of the players. There he took the opportunity to take a photo with the Brazilian Edersonand Portuguese Bernard Silva And already mentioned Haaland.
When seeing a photo of the 2.31 meter tall Senegalese giant, the Norwegian gunner looks like a short person, which is why the photo has been shared on social networks countless times. Of course, it is Ndiaye It was even the highest in the NBA in the 2016 season.
The 30-year-old African has always been a fan of soccer, a sport he played in his youth, but because of his height he tried his luck in basketball, especially when he moved to the United States in 2010. As part of the U.S. teamUniversity of California in IrvineHe was named the best defender in the conference, and even made the All-Star team.
He was a member of Golden State WarriorDuring the summer league she came to sign a contract with Detroit PistonsBut he never found his place and his career continued in Mexico where he played for several teams. He also participated in exhibition tournaments in the Middle East and China.
This week, he took advantage of a trip to United kingdom To go see Manchester city Enjoy my Argentinian goal Julian AlvarezThe key to the team’s victory, leading 3-1 Pep Guardiola In his first appearance in this edition of Champions LeagueIt is the championship that was won in the last edition for the first time in the club’s history.