Arsenal legend Thierry Henry bowed down for Erling Haaland on Tuesday at the Etihad Stadium after Man City Defeated RB Liepzig 7-0, and a lot of fans took to the internet to lash out at the Frenchman for doing that.
However, I think that Thierry Henry shouldn't be blamed for bowing down for Erling Haaland at the Etihad Stadium, as he was only trying to show some respect to the young Norwegian Striker.
Henry shooked Haaland's hand when he bowed down for him and he also had a smile on his face, and I don't think there's anything wrong in that.
Bowing for Erling Haaland seemed bad to many football fan who said that Henry shouldn't have brought himself that low or humbled himself that much, but I think that he was just trying to respect the number 9.
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