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Haaland has developed incredible muscle in the past 1 year

Erling Haaland has had incredible muscle development for over a year to become one of the best strikers in the world.

Erling Haaland was originally a offspring with both parents pursuing a sports career. His father, Alf-Inge Haaland, was a professional footballer in the Premier League, while his mother was a long-distance champion in Norway, Gry Marit.

Right from the age of 6, Haaland showed his talent in playing sports when he broke the long jump record at his age when he achieved 1.63m. This is the beginning of an incredible physical transformation of Haaland.

From a skinny boy, Haaland has transformed into a true giant on the pitch with a height of 1m94 and weight 87 kg. But interestingly, Haaland can still run at a maximum speed of 36 km / h, equal to the speed of a track athlete at a distance of 60m.

Borre Steenslid, a physical coach who worked with Haaland in Molde when the 17-year-old said, “Erling’s body meets training requirements very well because his genome is very special. Do you believe it? He gained 12 kg of muscle in just 15 months. It’s crazy and unbelievable right?”.

In addition to following a strict diet, Haaland also dived into exercise like crazy to strengthen muscles. Coach Steenslid shared with Molde players an anecdote like this.

“Erling loves attending buffets and his plate can be called a mountain of food… I’m the one who designed the exercises for Erling and one of them was punching sandbags. But I didn’t expect Erling to break a sandbag into two pieces one day”.

At RB Salzburg, coach Jesse Marsch even had to ask Haaland to go home early to avoid this player from overtraining injury. After stressful and exhausting training hours, Haaland will meditate to relieve stress and help to relax.

The Norwegian striker also used a special glass to filter the blue light from the phone screen and TV, stimulate the body to produce melatonin and help Haaland sleep better. A good night’s sleep has a great effect on the muscle recovery process of young Norwegian strikers.

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10 records in Bundesliga history when the season comes back

The Bundesliga is the first major tournament to return after the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s look back at individual and collective records throughout this 57-year history.

28 – Bayern Munich occupies the number one position when it comes to the teams that win the most Bundesliga titles with a total of 28 titles.

They also lead the way in succession (7 championships, from 2012/13 season to the present). Notably, both the number of titles and the consecutive championships can be expanded this year.

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365 – Legend of Gerd Muller topped the list of players with the most goals. In 13 seasons with Bayern Munich, he has 365 goals. The German striker also holds the record for the number of goals scored in a season (40, 1971/72) that no one has yet been able to overcome.

140 – 140 players with the most assists so far have also come from Bayern Munich, Thomas Muller with 140 passes to the table. However, he was not the most assists in a season when that honor belongs to Emil Forsberg with 22 times (2016/17).

602 – Karl-Heinz Korbel is by far the most played player. From 1972 to 1990, the center back played 602 times for Eintracht Frankfurt.

114 – Famous Bayern midfielder Stefan Effenberg is holding an unexpected record with receiving the most Bundesliga yellow cards, 114 times.

8 – Meanwhile, the most red carded player was Jens Nowotny (Leverkusen) with 8 times, ranked above Luiz Gustavo (7), a former Bayern star.

204 – Oliver Kahn is the goalkeeper with the most clean sheets. In his 557 matches, the former Bayern Munich star successfully defended 204 times.

Manuel Neuer may soon break this record with Bayern. Meanwhile, Valentin Herr (22) leads the number of clean sheets in a season.

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142 – No Bundesliga player has been substituted as often as Gladbach’s Patrick Herrmann with 142 matches. In contrast, the player with the most number of substitutions belonged to Claudio Pizarro. The striker left the game 166 matches before the final whistle.

43 & 16 – The oldest player to ever play in the Bundesliga was Klaus Fichtel when he played with Schalke in 1988 at 43 and 148 days. The youngest player belongs to Dortmund’s Nuri Sahin, now 31 years old. He played his first match in 2005 at the age of 16 and 335 days.

9 – The 9 fastest scoring records were shared for 2 players, both from Bayer Leverkusen, Karim Bellarabi and Kevin Volland, with 9 seconds. In the 2014/15 season, Bellarabi reached the net in just 9 seconds. A year later, Volland also scored when it was less than 10 seconds.

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Football news COVID-19 season 24/4: Barca pursue Juventus midfielder

Updated news, the latest world football event on 24/4 is directly affected by the COVID-19 epidemic.

Barca pursue the Juventus midfielder

Barca wanted Juventus’ Miralem Pjanic while the midfielder was still on contract until 2023. According to RAC-1, the intention was met with a major obstacle because Juventus demanded Arthur as an exchange.

Barca is very difficult to release Arthur because they have rejected Inter’s proposal to bring the Brazilian midfielder as part of the negotiation for Lautaro Martinez.

For his part, Pjanic is said to have a bad relationship with coach Maurizio Sarri at Juventus.

Tin bóng đá mùa COVID-19 24/4: Barca theo đuổi tiền vệ của Juventus

Barca proposed for Polish talent

Polish Super Express newspaper said Barca approached 17-year-old striker Aleksander Buksa of Wisła Krakow.

Buksa has experience in Ekstraklasa, the Polish first division that he debuted at the age of 16 (4 times to replace) and scored 3 goals in 14 matches this season.

The representative of the player said that there are some foreign clubs interested in Polish talent who is 1.88m tall and weighs 73 kg, but Barca is the most clearly planned team.

MU screamed amazing prices for the full back

According to O Jogo, MU shouted a staggering £ 35 million for Diogo Dalot when PSG asked to buy this right-back.

Dalot comes from Porto in 2018 for around £ 18 million. However, he failed to maintain a regular position in the first team especially when coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer brought Aaron Wan-Bissaka for £ 50 million from Crystal Palace.

Although Dalot has only played 10 times this season, MU still requires a lot of money when PSG asks to buy.

Tin bóng đá mùa COVID-19 24/4: Barca theo đuổi tiền vệ của Juventus

Rookie Chelsea could not play in July

The Dutch championship is expected to be canceled, clearing obstacles for Hakim Ziyech’s move from Ajax to Chelsea. This £ 36.6 million contract will officially be available from July 1.

However, even if the English season lasts into July, the possibility of Ziyech playing for Chelsea immediately is very difficult.

According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea plans to discuss an appropriate start date as the situation becomes clearer to the Moroccan star and his agent.

Inter sells strikers to fight Pogba

Tuttosport newspaper, Inter Milan also participated in the race with Juventus to win Paul Pogba next summer.

Coach Antonio Conte will raise funds to buy Pogba by selling striker Mauro Icardi. The Argentinian striker was on loan at PSG, scoring 20 goals in 31 appearances.

Icardi’s deal at PSG includes a buy-out option and, if activated by the French club, Inter will receive £ 62 million that will then be used to bid for Pogba.

Sancho prepares to receive Dortmund’s second highest salary

Dortmund confidently persuaded Jadon Sancho to stay by signing a new contract and raising his salary to 10 million euros.

The 20-year-old striker is drawing great interest from Premier League giants like MU and Chelsea after another great season in the Bundesliga.

Dortmund is ready to propose an additional 1 year, until 2023, through which Sancho’s salary increases to 10 million euros per season, up 4 million euros – making him the second-highest-paid player at the club.

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Messi is 2nd in the Top 100 Barca greatest players

Lionel Messi is only 2nd in the list of 100 greatest Barca players of all time voted by fans.

Messi is holding a lot of Barca records. He is the top scorer (627 goals), reaping the most trophies (34) and is heading to Barca’s record for most appearances. However, many fans still do not consider Messi the greatest player in Barca history. This has just been proven in a poll of Ranker page readers.

Messi is only ranked second in the list of 100 greatest players in Barca history, after compatriot Diego Maradona.

This result shocked many when Maradona only played for Barca the first two seasons in Europe. The Argentine scored 38 goals in 58 games and won the Copa del Rey, with the Spanish Super Cup with Barca, before moving to Napoli for a record price.

Obviously, Maradona’s achievement in Barca is inferior to Messi and the name “Golden Boy” was also created in Napoli and the Argentina team, not Barca. But the fact is many fans still consider Maradona better than Messi.

Some other surprises are Ronaldinho above Johan Cruyff, or Rivaldo, Romario outside the Top 10, Luis Enrique ranked only 30, or Pep Guardiola not even named in the Top 100. Meanwhile, traitor Neymar is still ranked 11th, or Marc-Andre ter Stegen (26) and Ivan Rakitic (28) also rank higher than many other Barca legends like Rafale Marquez, Luis Enrique, Gheorghe Hagi, Andoni Zubizarreta.

Top 20 Barca’s greatest players, voted by Ranker readers:

1. Diego Maradona

2. Lionel Messi

3. Ronaldinho

4. Johan Cruyff

5. Andres Iniesta

6. Xavi Hernandez

7. Carlex Puyol

8. Ronaldo de Lima

9. Gerard Pique

10. Luis Suarez

11. Neymar

12. Dani Alves

13. Sergio Busquets

14. Samuel Eto’o

15. Rivaldo

16. David Villa

17. Ronald Koeman

18. Romario

19. Hristo Stoichkov

20. Victor Valdes

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SHARAPOVA – WHEN AN “ANGLE” ENDED HER MISSION AS A TENNIS PLAYER

Decided to give up her career at the age of 32, Sharapova described tennis to her, to be just like the peak of a mountain and it’s high time for her to reach different goals. 

“I looked at those pictures capturing myself, every moment when I was about to hit the ball or when I got off the ground and then hit it. I can not even stare at them once again as they truly make me shrank in terror. I was hurt!” – ex-top 1 worldwide professional tennis player committed.

The pain has been Sharapova’s “companion” for the past 2 years. After being tested positive for meldonium then facing the two-year ban, the gorgeous Russian tennis player was unlikely to make her way to success again.

Since then, Sharapova successively suffered from long-lasting pain in shoulders, muscle tension in armpits. It was so unbearable that sometimes she even could not pick up the racket. However, it could not retain her passion for tennis. She kept taking part in competitions to get over pains and revive what she had lost.

“As all of you see, throughout my career, perseverance is the key, the superior strength of myself. It is the greatest thing.” Sharapova shared in an interview with The New York Times. “However, I started to feel something, that “hyper” – perseverance turned to be a weakness, my stubborn attitude had a bad impact on my life and career.”

Masha was banned from competitions in 2016 since being exposed to meldonium. However, she acclaimed this was because of her diabetes and lack of magie. She ensured not to know that meldonium had been in prohibited substances effective January 1 of this year World Anti-Doping Agency. The tribunal then reduced the ban from 2 years to 15 months. 

In the very first March 2019, Sharapova acclaimed to have been through an operation on her shoulders and needed to take a break for a few weeks. However, she soon came back to enter competitions. Putting everything beyond limits never seems to be a good choice. The comeback of Russian “angle” only lasts 2 tournaments and then come to an end with her failure in the first round of Open Australia 2020 to Donna Vekic. 

“There will be no more competitions or tournaments,” Sharapova said. On the flight from Australia to come home in L.A, she strongly felt a sense of retirement. The death of her close friend, Kobe Bryant on 26/01, when he and Sharapova had planned to meet each other 3 days later, seems to make it clearer than ever.