LEEDS fans hailed Erling Haaland after he swapped shirts with Stuart Dallas in a tribute to his dad’s former team.
The striker scored twice as Norway thrashed Northern Ireland in the Nations League.
Afterwards Haaland traded jerseys with Leeds’ Dallas, much to the delight of Whites supporters.
They even joked the Borussia Dortmund goalscorer would one day join the Elland Road side.
One said: “Haaland is so Leeds. Him and Dallas swapping shirts is beautiful.”
Another said: “Anyone questioning Haaland’s credentials as a Leeds fan – look at the wee bounce he does when he gets Dallas’ shirt. Class.”
One added: “He is genuinely gonna sign for us when we’re in Europe. He actually is a Leeds fan.”
The 20-year-old is the Leeds-born son of Alf-Inge Haaland, who spent three seasons at the Yorkshire club between 1997-2000.
Haaland returned to England in October, as RB Salzburg lost 4-3 against Liverpool.
He would two months later sign for Dortmund – snubbing interest from Manchester United.
But the forward had admitted it is his aspiration to one day play for Leeds like his old man – only this time steering them to Premier League glory.
Haaland said in 2017: “I want to be the best.
“The dream is to win the Premier League with Leeds, be a better player than Dad and get more international caps than him.”