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Erling Haaland continued his incredible form for Borussia Dortmund with his 12 goal since joining the club and this time his movement in the box was in the spotlight.
The 19-year-old is on incredible form for Dortmund, having moved to the German club from Red Bull Salzburg in January, and has reached 12 goals in just eight games across two competitions.
On Saturday afternoon he followed up his midweek Champions League brace with a goal against Werder Bremen with a brilliant run that opened up the space for himself, before slotting home emphatically.
Goal number :four::zero: for the season for Erling Braut Haaland!- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 22, 2020
It's still February! pic.twitter.com/w7tJqJFT2C
Another goal for Erling Håland. This guy is just special, going right to the top. https://t.co/b3RPth3iiR- ً (@Sarrista__) February 22, 2020
Håland has 48 goals and assists this season and it is mid-February. Forty. Eight.- Patrick Timmons (@PatrickTimmons1) February 22, 2020
We all have to agree that this guy was manufactured in a Laboratory- Martian (@MasterPekaaboo) February 22, 2020
Haaland scores again
I don't think Haaland knows how to NOT score- ZAHEER! (@iam_YCee) February 22, 2020
That movement from Haaland is world class https://t.co/Q76BCkBYEt- Ahmed (@ahmedIfc) February 22, 2020
Haaland just scored this and that off the ball movement only reminded me of someone pic.twitter.com/3oBvRx4K45- Diego • Fan (@cristianocomps) February 22, 2020
Haaland with Dortmund's second goal. See movement, look that finish :sob::fire:- Veinzell:100: (@iveinzell) February 22, 2020
That movement from Håland before he scored is just WORLD CLASS...- Zaddy of MUFC (@Prince__Chris) February 22, 2020
The boy got a Balon D'or in his name, if he keeps this up :clap:https://t.co/uAhEqIA03U
The goal put Haaland into the Bundesliga's top 10 scorers of the season, despite only joining the league 35 days ago, and his starts for the entire season are no less impressive.
He's scored 40 goals this season in just 30 games, for Salzburg and Dortmund, across all competitions and doesn't look like slowing down any time.
The teenager has failed to score in only one game since moving to Germany and has scored four in three since then, including the pair against PSG in midweek.
Speaking exclusively to SPORTbible, Robin van Persie described the Norwegian striker as 'unreal,' saying, "Yeah, he's unreal. I don't think I've seen a young player reaching those stats. At Salzburg I didn't seem him play but I saw the stats and thought 'wow, okay interesting.'
"Now at Dortmund he's breaking every single record, he keeps on scoring, first three games came on twice, only played an hour, scored five goals. It's ridiculous, ridiculous stats. An unbelievable player. Wow, what a start to his career."
Just how good can Haaland be?
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