Watch Erling Haaland score insane rocket volley in Norway training with fans in awe of Borussia Dortmund superstar

ERLING HAALAND has reminded fans of his incredible power after hammering home an incredible volley during Norway training.

The Borussia Dortmund striker has started the season in fine form having chipped in with six goals and three assists from five games.

He has also found the back of the net in both of Norway's World Cup qualifiers this international break against Holland and Latvia.

And he has shown Gibraltar what to expect of him on Tuesday night ahead of their clash after sharing a clip of him from a training shooting drill.

In a clip tweeted to his 1.1 million followers, Haaland can be seen smashing in a volley just under the crossbar after a coach threw the ball in the air.

The ex-Red Bull Salzburg ace simply walked off laughing, leaving his supporters in awe.

Commenting on the video, one user said: "I've never seen anyone hit a ball harder."

Another remarked: "99 shot power this lad is from a different planet."



A third added: "That f****** sound man. No keeper in the world stops that it just takes their hands clean off and into the goal."

Meanwhile one stated: "How do you generate that much power without the ball going to Row Z man this guy is the definition of generational."

Another wrote: "This lad is going to break all records , can’t wait to see him in the Prem and hitting rockets like this."

Despite the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain all keen to sign Haaland in 2022 for £64million, Arsene Wenger believes he is destined to play in England.

He told Bild: "I think that will happen [a move to England]. The economic power of the Premier League is too strong.

"English football is dominant because it is where the most money is. The best players always go the best way to make the most money.

"Haaland is likely to be the next high-profile goalscorer after [Kylian] Mbappe. He’s a super talent.

"His ambition, his will to score goals and the ability to fight in a duel [set him apart].

"He’s there and wants to win, there is something in him that is great for a striker."

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