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Erling Haaland Unleashed A 'Foul-Mouthed Outburst' At His Borussia Dotmund Teammates Before Storming Off The Pitch

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Erling Haaland Unleashed A 'Foul-Mouthed Outburst' At His Borussia Dotmund Teammates Before Storming Off The Pitch

Erling Haaland unleashed a foul-mouthed rant at his Borussia Dortmund teammates before storming off the pitch following Saturday's 2-2 draw with Koln.

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The 20-year-old scored both goals but was visibly furious at the full-time whistle, launching his shirt at Jorge Mere and storming down the tunnel.

Reports claim Haaland is unhappy with Dortmund's performances this season and they're currently outside the Champions League places.

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Andy Brassell told talkSPORT: "Haaland scored a goal at the beginning and then again at the end of the game, and in between Koln held up their end of the bargain and were surprised to find just how bad Dortmund were, I think.

"Koln are really struggling at the back-end of the table and they were really close to getting a win thanks to a very uneven Dortmund performance.

"According to German tabloid reports Erling Haaland was very unhappy about this at the dressing room at half-time and insiders reported an outburst with numerous swears.

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"But the sulk at the end was something special.

"Jorge Mere, Koln's young Spanish defender, had asked for Haaland's shirt a couple of minutes before the end of the game, so as soon as the final whistle went Haaland takes off his shirt and thrusts it into the midwife of the waiting Mere, and Mere is stood there like, 'do you not want my shirt?'

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Image Credit: PA
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"And 14 seconds after the final whistle went, Haaland is in the tunnel."

He's since joined up with the Norwegian national team and spoken to TV2 - admitting he was 'pi**ed off' at the result.

"I was pretty pi**ed," the forward begun. "I had a slightly wrong reaction by pulling the suit of the person [Mere] who asked. I'm sorry for that. But I could not control myself then, because I was so pi**ed.

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"How my head works is that I have not thought about that match before you asked me about this now. I have plans to forget about it and think about [Norway's next opponents] Gibraltar."

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It's believed Dortmund will have to sell players if they don't qualify for the Champions League to balance their books.

Haaland and Jadon Sancho would fetch the biggest price tag and it's the former who is most likely to move.

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Featured Image Credit: ESPN & PA Images

Topics: Football, Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund, Bundesliga

Daniel Marland
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