Erling Haaland scored an acrobatic goal that Zlatan Ibrahimovic would have been very proud of to seal Borussia Dortmund’s 4-2 victory over Union Berlin on Saturday.
The Norwegian machine has now scored a total of 68 goals for BVB – more than the number of games it has played for the club (67).
It was Raphael Guerreiro who opened the scoring in ten minutes for Dortmund on Sunday with a sumptuous strike.
Then, unsurprisingly, Haaland doubled down.
The 21-year-old returned home on a cross from Thomas Meunier.
An own goal by Marvin Friedrich gave BVB the advantage 3-0 at the start of the second half, but a retaliation ensued.
Max Kruse scored a penalty in the 57th minute.
Andreas Voglsammer headed from a corner to make it 3-2 with nine minutes remaining.
In response, Haaland produced something quite magnificent.
With the ball off to the left and Andreas Luthe out of his line, he successfully executed an exquisite lob volley that put the game to bed.
Although significantly closer to the goal, it brought back memories of Ibra’s famous final against England and seems to be another sign of the bright future many predict for Haaland.
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