Erling Haaland involved in a furious bust up during Dortmund’s exit from the DFB Cup. The mass brawl took place in the 2nd half.
Erling Haaland continued his exemplary display for Borussia Dortmund as he scored yet another goal after coming from the bench. However, this time, he couldn’t help his side cross the line as they crashed out of the DFB cup.
The match was however, overshadowed by the 19-year old getting involved in a mass brawl with Werder Bremen players. It started when Dortmund’s Giovanni Reyna was pushed inside the box. Haaland immediately ran to the scene. He and Kevin Vogt then got into an argument before several players from both sides involved themselves as well. The pair were finally separated by the match official.
Erling Haaland involved in a furious bust up during Dortmund’s exit from the DFB Cup
Skip to 2:53:50 to watch the incident.
Earlier in the match, Werder took a two-goal lead by half-time. Sensational teenager, Erling Haaland, was introduced in the 48th minute and cut the difference to one goal in the 67th minute. However, Werder scored a 3rd goal 3 minutes later.
Reyna scored for Dortmund in the 78th minute but Dortmund failed to find the equaliser and eventually crashed out of the competition.
Regardless of the skirmish he found himself in, Halaand is having a phenomenal run in Germany. With his 2nd half strike, he became the first player ever to score eight times in his first four appearances for a Bundesliga club.
🇳🇴 Erling Haaland for @BVB:
🏟 4 Games
⚽️ 8 Goals
🔥 A goal every 22 minutes.
😳 Not played a full game yet.
🤯 Only 19 years old. pic.twitter.com/Oh4il7oFjY
— SPORF (@Sporf) February 4, 2020
And to think he is only going to get better from here.
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