Monday, January 17

Haaland double in big win – opened the goal account for 2022

(Borussia Dortmund – Freiburg 5-1) Erling Braut Haaland (21) had no plans to play three games in a row without finding the net. Against Freiburg, the Norwegian opened the goal account for 2022.

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With a good touch after a pass from Jude Bellingham, Haaland made the save, however.

The Norwegian striker placed the ball safely in the farthest corner and thus scored his first goal in two games – and his first in 2022.

That was the crown of the work after a fantastic Borussia Dortmund round.

ICE COLD: Alone with Freiburg goalkeeper Benjamin Uphoff, Haaland made no mistake when he placed the ball safely in the far corner.

Marco Rose’s men totally dominated before the break against table fours Freiburg. They rolled the ball in the hat with what has been the Bundesliga season’s big surprise, and it was more or less a game against one goal.

The first two goals came in exactly the same way: Borussia Dortmund got a corner, Julian Brandt turned in and Thomas Meunier rose to the top. The Belgian right-back is – for natural reasons – not the one who most often appears on the scoring list, but nodded in two almost identical goals against Freiburg.

After the break, Freiburg took hold and replaced Kevin Schade and Ermedin Demirovic, and it paid off. Footstool Schade repeatedly caused trouble for the Dortmund defense, and Demirovic was the man who ignited hope for the away team. After a nice Freiburg roll, Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel had to give back, and it ended up right in the legs of Demirovi who reduced.

Freiburg pressed and came to some opportunities, but got one on the snout when Haaland was again played free.

This time it was Dahoud who found Haaland. He went straight to the goal and knocked the ball between the legs of goalkeeper Benjamin Uphoff, who for the fourth time had to pick the ball out of the net.

DOUBLE: Here Erling Braut Haaland runs away to celebrate Dortmund’s fourth – and his second – goal of the evening.

The unfortunate Freiburg goalkeeper had to do it again – because Mahmoud Dahoud also wanted to be part of the game.

Dortmund’s fifth came after a brilliant attack where Donyell Malen played free Nico Schulz who then let 45 degrees out to Dahoud. The midfielder was given both time and space to arrange the ball and aim, and then he made no mistake. Dahoud hammered the ball in behind Uphoff and celebrated by diving the crow.

Thus, it ended with a 5-1 victory at the grim Signal Iduna Park, which had only a few supporters in place due to coronary restrictions.

Those who were there at least got to see a solid Borussia Dortmund team, which is now putting some pressure on league leader Bayern Munich. Haaland & co. is now three points behind Bayern, who have one game less played. The league leader will be in action against Cologne on Saturday afternoon.

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