Friday , November 27 2020

The Haaland phenomenon blinds the Germans: “There is no herbal medicine against it”

Erling Braut Haaland’s interest doesn’t take anyone yet. On Saturday, he picked up another kick after Jærbuen’s four Bundesliga goals in 32 minutes.

Erling Haaland (center) celebrates one of his four goals for Borussia Dortmund in Saturday’s 5-2 victory over Hertha Berlin. Photo: Sören Stache / DPA / AP / NTB

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The winner of the newly baked “Golden Boy” was ruthless when he came up against Hertha Berlin. Borussia Dortmund were under 0-1 at the break, but went home with a 5-2 win. A wild show in Haaland was behind the transformation.

Norway scored four goals between the 47th and 79th minutes. So, the 20-year-old has 15 goals in 12 club games this autumn.

Haaland fever is raging in Germany, and after Saturday’s demonstration confirmed Kicker following a message space: “There is no herbal medicine against Haaland”. The German sports magazine added that he was literally “dismantling Hertha”.

Call it madness

The Ruhr Nachrichten described the whole thing as “Haaland madness in Berlin”. It was not an understatement of the Dortmund newspaper to indicate that he had a “magical night at the Olympic Stadium”.

Bild made a point of that, Dortmund’s very young super-talent, Youssouf Moukoko, was the player everyone was talking about before kick-off. He was in a Bundesliga squad for the first time the day after he turned 16.

But as the newspaper points out: “After the game, everyone talks (again) about Erling Haaland”.


Furthermore, Bild refers to Rogaland’s high-goal stats. He has now scored 23 times in his first 22 games at Bundesliga. With that, he broke Uwe Seeler’s record (20 goals in 22 settlements).

Also in Spain, there is close cover to Haaland. Marca began his game report with “The Erling Braut Haaland phenomenon is cruel”.

It’s time for a real fight to become a top scorer in the Bundesliga. Bayern Munich star striker Robert Lewandowski leads with his 11 net recognitions against Haalands 10.


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