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After a stunning solo goal was bizarrely ruled out and a penalty was awarded, the Borussia Dortmund man saw his spot-kick and rebound saved by Bono.
The Spaniard then celebrated in Haaland's face, but karma came back to bite him as a retake was ordered because he had strayed off his line.
Haaland duly dispatched the second penalty for his 20th Champions League goal in 14 games and followed it up by doing his best Ruud van Nistelrooy impression by taunting Bono.
He shouted "Unlucky!" at the shot-stopper in a brilliant bit of sh*thousery.
Bono first says something to Haaland when he missed the pk. So Haaland gets his revenge :joy:
- Jackie:tm::aquarius::soccer: (@jackieedelao) March 9, 2021
Bono taunted Haaland when he saves the pen, Haaland just gave him a taste of his own medicine and Sevilla players are pissed?? Ah
- Kofi Dela (@Arnold_Azumah) March 9, 2021
As he raced away to celebrate with his teammates, some Sevilla players were incensed and charged over to confront the Norwegian.
He didn't look fazed in the slightest but both players were booked for their actions.
The entertaining game at Signal Iduna Park finished 2-2, with Dortmund advancing to the Champions League quarter finals after a 5-4 aggregate win inspired by their devastating 20-year-old specimen of a striker.
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