The task was firmly accomplished.
In Friday’s College Football Playoff Rose Bowl semifinals between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Notre Dame at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Harris did just that, surpassing the Irish defender in a fight during a 53-yard profit in the first quarter.
The reason for Robinho’s request? At a Rose Bowl press conference on Tuesday, Harris said he sees the American football star.
Like Robinho’s goal celebrations at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, Harris is known to celebrate after reaching the touchdown by extending his hands.
Here is what Harris said about Robinho when he spoke to reporters this week:
“Megan go crazy,” Harris said. “She’s originally from California, and she’s listening to Nipsie. She’s one of my favorite rappers, Nipsie Hustle. She gave him a shout.
“Really all the things she stands up for. She’s a feminist, how women, how women in the world are treated unfairly, how they get different and different things than men.
“She supports it all, I like the way she does it. The obvious social injustice is that she plays a role in everything. And she’s afraid to be a woman, to say it all, to be a woman in what they say, she’s a man’s world, she’s a Playing the role, standing up, without listening to all the weavers out there, actually standing up for what she believes, is inspiring.
“As a man I think, you might say, most men don’t like to be told that they see a woman nowadays. But I look at her for what I do outside the game. I had to give her a noise and stuff.”
Alabama advanced to the National Championship game, defeating Notre Dame 31-14.