Borussia Dortmund: Erling Haaland’s wild celebration with a speedster

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Haaland’s wild party with a Dortmund racer

Fans running onto the pitch are usually made short work of in the Bundesliga. But a BVB supporter had the day of his football life. Match winner Erling Haaland offered him the complete package.

Was for a comeback! After the 3: 1 (1: 0) over FSV Mainz 05 and Borussia Dortmund’s jump to first place in the table, Erling Haaland enjoyed the ovations of the fans to the full.

With a big grin, the two-time BVB goalscorer took a selfie with a fan who ran onto the lawn and generously gave him his jersey. Together they wildly cheered the victory and even made the LaOla together in front of the south stand before the man was finally led away by stewards. Before that, they had let him go. Apparently Haaland was having too much fun. And you really don’t want to upset this man in Dortmund.

Erling Haaland hands the fan his jersey …


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… is ready for a selfie and …



… then moves with him in front of the south stand.


“We missed him. Just that he’s there is important to us because he always ties two players, “enthused BVB captain Marco Reus at Sky,” then to score two more goals on the comeback is great. “

At least one day before Bayern

After a three-week compulsory break, the 21-year-old Norwegian, who had recovered from a thigh contusion, stole the show from his congenial teammate Reus, who had made it 1-0 in the 3rd minute with a magic goal from 15 meters into the corner of the goal.

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Haaland’s penalty goal (54th) and his last-minute goal in stoppage time (90th + 4) contributed to the fact that his team ranked two points in the table for at least one day ahead of the previous front-runner FC Bayern Munich, who was on Sunday is facing a difficult task in the league summit with the same point pursuer from Leverkusen.

Marco Rose would have loved to replace the striker with a view to the difficult Champions League game three days later at Ajax Amsterdam, but let him play through to the end. “It would have been very good if we could have taken it out sooner. But he always scores a goal in the 95th minute, which can help you, “commented the Dortmund coach,” and we also need him back as a free man with standards. ”

And now also as a fan supervisor.



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