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Erling Haaland Clubbing With Fans In His Dortmund Trackie Is The Best Thing You'll Watch Today

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Erling Haaland Clubbing With Fans In His Dortmund Trackie Is The Best Thing You'll Watch Today

​Erling Haaland enjoyed himself after playing his final game for Borussia Dortmund, clubbing with fans in a hilarious video.

Haaland scored a penalty in Dortmund's 2-1 win over Hertha Berlin on Saturday ahead of his proposed move to Manchester City this summer.

It was an emotional game as the Norwegian ​phenom bid farewell to the Dortmund faithful - including the club's iconic Yellow Wall.

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Following the match, he danced with fans as he went out clubbing and was hilariously decked out in his Dortmund tracksuit. 

A superb video of him dancing with fans to Pitbull's 'Hotel Room Service' has emerged online and it makes for incredible viewing. 

Haaland thanked Dortmund fans on social media after his last appearance for the club and spoke of his honour of playing at Signal Iduna Park.​

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He tweeted: "It has been nothing but an honour to wear this shirt. At @BVB I've spent memorable moments, met special people, not to mention a fanbase that has been always our extra man on the pitch. The Yellow Wall is truly incredible. I'll never forget any of this! Thank you all!"

The 21-year-old sensation leaves Dortmund having scored an impressive 86 goals in just 89 games.

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He's set to link up with Pep Guardiola, who hinted that Man City's signing of Haaland doesn't mean he will stay at the club beyond the end of his contract.

He explained: "The players who come here don’t come to play for me, they come to play in this league and for this club.

"It’s so important the people [fans], the way we play, the team we are, the city, where we are in the league, how we are expected to play in the Champions League the next seasons. Many things are involved. People come not just for a month or a year. Sergio [Aguero] came here and did 10 years, David Silva came here and did 10 years and Vincent [Kompany, actually 11] the same and Yaya Touré [eight years]. Many important players arrive here and stay a long time. How long depends if they are happy here.

"What we do is make them feel happy in the city, in the locker room, playing in the Premier League and many things. After that, who knows what will happen. But this is the idea."

Featured Image Credit: via Twitter

Topics: Erling Haaland, Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund, Football

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