Neymar copies Erling Haaland’s goal celebration after the Brazilian nets the first goal of the game in the Champions League clash.
Neymar brought the life back to PSG’s pursuit of the Champions League title after he scores the first goal of the game to bring his side on an away goal advantage.
As soon as Neymar scored the goal, the Brazilian International cheekily mobs his teammates and running over to substitute Kylian Mbappe, the former Barcelona star sat down and performed the yoga pose.
The same pose fans have been accustomed to seeing every time Norwegian hotshot Haaland finds the net. Not a delightful sight for Haaland while his side is about to face elimination.
Neymar found the net in the 28th minute of the game making Borussia Dortmund desperate for a goal, but Juan Bernat later extended the lead for the French giants ending the hopes of the Germans by ending the tie with a scoreline of 3-2 on aggregate.
Meanwhile, Haaland’s ‘Zen’ celebration has become a huge hit and the 19-year old recently explained just why he celebrates his goals in such a manner.
“I really enjoy meditation,” Haaland told Esporte Interativo in a recent interview. “It makes feel calm and gives me tranquillity. This is why I sometimes celebrate like that when I score.”
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Haaland had a sensational start to his career at Borussia Dortmund, scoring 11 goals in 10 games across all competitions. But tonight the Norweigan prodigy couldn’t help his side rescue.
Initially, after the end of the first leg, it seemed Borussia Dortmund will be able to enter into the next round considering how it dominated PSG in the previous leg.
But in the end, a stellar performance by Les Parisiens took them into the next round with ease, even though they played in the empty stadium without their fans amidst coronavirus threat.