Erling Haaland Clearly Isn't A Fan Of Post Match Interviews
Erling Haaland typically opened the scoring as the Bundesliga restarted on Saturday and in equally typical fashion proved his dislike for post match interviews.
The Borussia Dortmund striker has been on a hot streak of scoring all season so it was fitting that when football returned on Saturday he netted his 10th Bundesliga goal in just nine appearances since joining Dortmund, and only six of those starts.
Just as typically Haaland gave a post match interview that was short on details as he tried to get out of there quickly and it's certainly not the first time.
In a compilation of clips from other interviews it seems the 19-year-old really doesn't like them.
I don't think Erling Haaland is programmed for Interviews. pic.twitter.com/xbvs9WRsnJ- Javi (@JaviUtd) May 16, 2020
The video shows the air of a man who is actually a programmed robot, or perhaps a science experiment, where he knows how to score goals pretty well but the talking to humans is something that was forgotten about.
And boy does he know how to score. His strike on Saturday took him to 10 or more goals in three different competitions this season, and still with eight games of the Bundesliga left.
Haaland bagged 16 for Red Bull Salzburg in the Austrian Bundesliga before his move to Germany, has 10 in the Champions League, eight for Salzburg and two for Dortmund, and now 10 in the German top tier.
After the former Molde striker, who rejected his former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United in January, opened the scoring in the 29th minute it was pretty much plain sailing for Lucian Favre's side from there.
Raphael Guerrero made it 2-0 on the stroke of half time, Thorgan Hazard, who was a late replacement in the starting line up for Giovanni Reyna, added the third just three minutes after half time and Guerrero made it 4-0 in the 63rd minute.
The win took Favre's side to within a point of rivals Bayern Munich, who are trying to win their eighth league title in-a-row, with the champions facing Union Berlin on Sunday.
Their three points came with Jadon Sancho and Mario Gotze on the bench for most of the match and with that pair and Haaland all available there's a chance they could yet catch Bayern, who they play later this month.
Just don't ask the young striker too many questions about it.