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Erling Haaland Has Fiery Row In Perfect Spanish, Fans Think They Know His Next Destination

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Erling Haaland Has Fiery Row In Perfect Spanish, Fans Think They Know His Next Destination

Fans reckon they know exactly where Erling Haaland is heading next after he rowed in perfect Spanish yesterday.

Borussia Dortmund came from 2-0 down to beat Eintracht Frankfurt late on in the Bundesliga, with Jude Bellingham equalising in the 87th minute and Mahmoud Dahoud bagging the winner two minutes later.

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For once Haaland wasn't on the scoresheet but the Norwegian goal machine was involved in an incident late on.

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Haaland was shielding the ball as Dortmund looked down to run down the clock in the dying embers when Rafael Santos Borre, scorer of both of Frankfurt's goals, kicked him no less than three times.

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The Colombian let his frustrations get the better of him near the corner flag.

But Haaland was absolutely furious and vented at Borre when he got up off the turf.

He shouted, "Que pasa hermano?", which means "what's going on brother?" in Spanish as he tried to square up to the opponent.

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Also appearing to grab his crotch, Haaland was attended to by Timothy Chandler, who tried to calm him down.

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Haaland is fluent in Norwegian, English and German but it seems his Spanish is not too shabby either.

The 21-year-old has been heavily linked with a slew of Europe's elite clubs but it's looking increasingly likely that he will be heading to Spain, with Real Madrid and Barcelona both in the race.

Earlier on in the game, the former Red Bull Salzburg frontman had shouted, ""F*** you! F*** ing idiot" at Frankfurt's Martin Hinteregger.

The Austrian centre-back pushed Haaland over as he went to grab the ball from the net following Bellingham's goal to make the score 2-2.

Both men were booked and still looked like they wanted a scrap at the final whistle.

Haaland has hit 13 goals in 12 Bundesliga tables, with Dortmund currently six points behind leaders Bayern Munich.

Featured Image Credit: Image: ESPN

Topics: Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen, Bundesliga, Real Madrid, Barcelona

Josh Lawless
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