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Neymar did Erling Haaland's trademark celebration after opening the scoring against Borussia Dortmund tonight.
The Brazilian opened the scoring with a diving header in the round of 16 second leg at the Parc des Princes and though there was no-one in the stadium due to the game being played behind closed doors, Neymar caught the eye with his celebration.
After being mobbed his teammates and running over to substitute Kylian Mbappe, the former Barcelona star sat down and performed the yoga pose that fans have been accustomed to seeing every time Norwegian hotshot Haaland finds the net.
Something tells us he wasn't exactly doing it as a tribute to the Dortmund striker, but it could come back to bite Neymar on the backside if Haaland finds the net with a crucial goal in the game.
After Neymar notched PSG in front, Juan Bernat added a second on the stroke of half-time to put the Paris outfit 3-2 up in the tie going into the second half of the second leg.
Haaland's 'Zen' celebration has become a huge hit and the 19-year old recently explained just why he celebrates his goals in such a manner.
"I really enjoy meditation," Haaland told Esporte Interativo in a recent interview.
"It makes feel calm and gives me tranquillity. This is why I sometimes celebrate like that when I score."
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