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Erling Haaland Says 'I'm So P*ss*d' In Another Hilariously Bizarre Interview

Erling Haaland Says 'I'm So P*ss*d' In Another Hilariously Bizarre Interview

Erling Haaland provides utter gold in interviews even if he doesn't mean to.

Josh Lawless

Josh Lawless

Erling Haaland provided another memorable post-match interview after Borussia Dortmund lost to Monchengladbach last night.

The Norwegian goal machine struck twice in six minutes to put his side 2-1 up in the first half but they went on to lose 4-2 away from home.

It was Dortmund's seventh defeat in the Bundesliga this season and although Haaland's brace took him to 21 goals in 19 appearances in all competitions this term, he was not happy one bit.

In his words, he was "so pissed right now" as he did a live interview with the Bundesliga's official channel post-match.

But while you've got admire his honesty in regards to how he was feeling, the Bundesliga unsurprisingly cut a bit of the interview when it was posted on social media.

Haaland doesn't seem to be "programmed for interviews" and often seems like he wants to get out of them straight away.

There was the infamous "Why not?" response when a reporter asked why he and the Dortmund players clapped the 'Yellow Wall' despite no fans being inside Signal Iduna Park after a 4-0 win over Schalke in the Revierderby.

And in November, Haaland starred in another incredibly awkward interview. This time, the journalist finished by asking the former Salzburg striker if he was "sleeping lonely" tonight.

A confused Haaland replied, "I'm errrr, yeah."

The journalist tried to explain his question further and appeared to be referring to a previous quote where Haaland said his match balls were "his girlfriends".

He said: "You're not taking a girlfriend at home, you didn't score a hat-trick" - to which Haaland simply added: "Didn't score, no."

Haaland clearly prefers to do his talking on the pitch, with the 20-year-old now having scored over 100 career goals at such a young age and developing into one of the deadliest strikers in the game.

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