Erling Haaland shone again when breaking two goals against FC Koln on Saturday early this morning.
He again showed the former team who had targeted him, Manchester United with his sharpness on the front lines. Dortmund won 5-1 over Koln, who played host.
Haaland, who scored a hat-trick 20 minutes after coming off the bench for his debut against Augsburg last weekend, has now scored two more goals after coming on as a second-half substitute in the Bundesliga match at Signal Iduna Park stadium, Dortmund.
This shows the 19-year-old made history as the first Dortmund player to score five goals in his first two matches for the team. Not only Haaland, Englishman Jadon Sancho, also scored his 11th goal in the Bundesliga this season.
Dortmund vs FC Koln match reviews
Before a minute of the match went on, Raphel Guerreiro managed to score the first goal for Dortmund through Sancho’s mature pass.
Next Marco Reus put Dortmund ahead with two first-half goals precisely in the 29th minute through Hummels assists. Initially, Reus’s goal was disallowed because it was seen by the referee lifted offside, but VAR made the goal valid and a 2-0 score ended until the first half whistle sounded.
At the start of the second half, Sancho added a lead three minutes after the match whistle began. But Koln did not want to say anything and Mark Uth returned one goal with an incredible volley from a tight angle in the 64th minute.
Dortmund’s last two goals were scored by a player who just debuted as a host, Erling Haaland. Precisely in the 77th minute the Norwegian player scored from a rebound ball which was saved by Koln goalkeeper.
Ten minutes later Haaland made another beautiful goal from a shot from a tight angle in the right-hand position that had passed past the Timor Horn keeper. Score 5-1 ended until the second half ended.