Haaland with 4 goals make a brilliant comback and first game of Moukoko with just 16 years

  • Title : Haaland with 4 goals make a brilliant comback and first game of Moukoko with just 16 years
Date: 21 Nov 2020    

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Borussia Dortmund celebrated a clear and ultimately convincing 5-2 victory in Berlin despite the deficit. This was thanks to BVB Haaland, who on that evening was not the only Dortmund man to make a name for himself in the history books.

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Borussia Dortmund celebrated a clear and ultimately convincing 5-2 victory in Berlin despite the deficit. This was thanks to BVB Haaland, who on that evening was not the only Dortmund man to make a name for himself in the history books.

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Outside the border: Dortmund's goalgetter Erling Haaland.

Out of control: Dortmund's goalgetter Erling Haaland.

Hertha's coach Bruno Labbadia had to change the attack after the 3-0 win in Augsburg before the international break: Piatek stormed in place of the injured Cordoba (ankle ligament injury).

BVB coach Lucien Favre also had to change due to an injury, as Delaney had to pass after being hit on the calf due to a bruise. Compared to the 2: 3 defeat in the top game against Bayern Munich, there were three changes: Can Dahoud and Brandt played instead of Delaney, Sancho, and Reyna (both bench). This also went hand in hand with a change in the system, the Dortmund team played with a back three.

From a sporting point of view, an interesting duel between two teams developed in Berlin, who pursued different approaches to the game, but nonetheless met at eye level. Hertha defended aggressively, was poisonous in the duels, but initially let themselves be pushed in a little too far behind. Nevertheless, the old lady didn't have to worry too much, as BVB had field advantages for the newly minted Golden Boy Haaland, but ultimately didn't really come into its own in the final third.

The level of the game was remarkable, although opportunities were few and far between: Schwolow parried Reus' half-chance without major problems (17th), while on the other hand Bürki was there for Darida's attempt (26th). In this phase, the Berliners had already freed themselves from an interim clasp and provided some relief through quick counterattacks.

In the 33rd minute, Hertha even struck: After a long tee shot, Dahoud Lukebakio allowed too much space, which he used to match Matheus Cunha: The Brazilian thanked him and scored from the second row to make it 1-0. After that, BVB increased the pressure, made the game wider and more dangerous. Shortly before half-time, the equalizer was in the air, but Plattenhardt still disturbed Haaland decisively and saved the home side from leading at half-time (45th + 1).

Postponed is not canceled, but the Dortmunders probably thought - especially Haaland. The Norwegian tore the game after the break and ultimately led BVB to victory: In the 47th minute, the 20-year-old refined a can pass to make it 1-1, shortly afterward he closed a counterattack after a great Pekarik chance (48 .) excellently with a dry shot into the far corner (49th) and finally made his flawless hat trick after a failed pass from Plattenhardt to Alderete (62nd).

Within a quarter of an hour, BVB had cleared things up in the Olympic Stadium and broke the will of Hertha, the Berliners looked rather battered and soon conceded the next goal: Meunier crossed sharply inwards from the right, where both Guerreiro and Pekarik went down, but the Portuguese reacted quickly and poked the ball from a short distance while lying down to make it 4: 1 (70th).

Historic four-pack, the historic substitution of Moukoko 

The decision was made, but the fair was far from being read. The game still had a lot to offer: First, Guendouzi took a penalty against Akanji, which Matheus Cunha safely converted to 4-2 (78th). But new hope did not germinate in Berlin, because this evening belonged solely to Haaland. Only a few seconds after the converted penalty, the Norwegian scored the first four-pack of his Bundesliga career (80th) after a fine vertical pass from Bellingham.

A little later, Haaland was allowed to say goodbye, he made way for Moukoko, who at the age of 16 years and one day became the youngest player in Bundesliga history and replaced the previous record-holder Nuri Sahin (85th).

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