After the Quat-trick, Haaland was angry with his coach

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Erling Haaland to inspire Borussia Dortmund to crush Hertha Berlin 5-2. After the match, Haaland admitted that he was annoyed with his coach, Lucien Favre. You know?

Dortmund fulfills Hertha’s challenge at the Olympiastadion, Sunday (22/11/2020), WIB. Die Borussen were unstoppable after falling behind through Matheus Cunha’s goal in the 33rd minute.

Dortmund scored four goals after halftime through Erling Haaland (3), and Raphael Guerreiro. Hertha threw down the score again from Cunha through the spot, which Dortmund immediately replied with a penalty from Haaland.

Thus, Dortmund overshadowed the defending champions Bayern Munich who in the other game slipped. The team made by Lucien Favre perched in second place in the German League standings with 18 points, only one point difference from Bayern at the top.

Haaland means that he has scored 15 goals in 12 appearances for Dortmund in all 2020/21 competitions, while never failing to find an opponent’s goal in the last six matches.

After the victory over Hertha, Haaland admitted he was annoyed with Favre. The reason is, Haaland was pulled out at the last minute to be replaced by young player Youssoufa Moukoko.

“Frank, [Favre] ask me how many goals I scored, “he told me ESPN. “He asked me if I scored three goals and I said: ‘No. Four. Only four because you pulled me out.”

“So I’m a little angry with him right now but yes that’s right,” he added Haaland, whose great action with Dortmund last night could be witnessed at Grindstone TV via link this.

(rin / case)




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