Manchester City’s fleet-footed star Erling Haaland has sent a video to German rap queen Shirin David to wish her good luck with her ongoing tour.
The gorgeous 28-year-old rapper was left screaming in happiness when she received the recording in which the Norwegian player wished her all the best on her first tour through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Haaland said in the video: “Hey Shirin, Erling Haaland here. I heard you’re going on tour. I wish you all the best. All the best, get to it.”
The 23-year-old star kicker who boasts nearly 37 million followers on Instagram, then continued in flawless German, saying “Auf wiedersehen!” (‘Goodbye!’).
In a reaction video, Shirin can be seen running ecstatically through the backstage area showing her crew the message from Haaland on her mobile phone.
She wrote: “Erling Haaland, my lost brother, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for this incredibly sweet video.”
The recording followed after Shirin, who is one of the judges in Germany’s version of ‘The Voice’, said during the show: “I always say, I really want a picture with Haaland. I think I look like him without makeup.”
After the video message, the rapper then continued to point out their resemblance to her 6.4 million Instagram followers by posting a story of her without makeup next to a photo of Haaland.
Quoting her sister Pati Valpati in the story, she said: “Pati says we were born in the same Viking tribe, and were switched at birth.”
Thrilled by the video, Shirin’s fans did not hold back from sharing their thoughts in the comment section.
Instagram user ‘helin.lby’ said: “You look 100 times more similar than you and Pati.”
User ‘nour.hdar’ continued: “This similarity is just so amazing.”
And ‘labea1403’ added: “Shirin and Erling are simply awesome.”
Haaland has played for Premier League club Manchester City since 2022, and is considered one of the best players in the world.
In his debut Premier League season, Haaland broke the record for the most goals scored by a player in a single season, scoring a total of 36.