Manchester City star Erling Haaland has credited Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with his development.
The former Manchester United manager was in charge at Molde when Haaland broke through.
The two had an excellent relationship, with some even suggesting that Solskjaer could have lured Haaland to United if he had remained in charge.
“The first thing I think he said to me was ‘You have no idea how to head the ball. We have to work on that’,” Haaland told British GQ, talking about his training drills at the time.
“This is what we did for two years, the whole period I was in Molde.
“And it was a good thing, because I couldn’t hit the ball, and now I’m scoring goals with my head – thanks to them.”