Champions League Assistant Referee Octavian Sovre asked Striker Erling Haaland for his autograph after Borussia Dortmund’s 2-1 loss to Manchester City, MySportDab reports.
Haaland played the full 90 minutes at the Etihad as the Bundesliga club lost the match in the closing stages.
Phil Foden scored a 90th minute winner from after Marco Reus cancelled out Kevin De Bruyne’s first goal.
Haaland is no doubt now a big star in world football, with many European clubs desperate to sign him this summer.
The Norwegian was in demand again at the Etihad as the Romanian official asked for his autograph.
Haaland was smiling in the tunnel when he was approached by Sovre.
He then brought out a pad for Haaland to sign as his Dortmund team-mates Gio Reyna and Thomas Delaney left them there.
It was a busy Champions League night for the match officials.
City were awarded a cheap penalty in the first half but the decision was overruled.