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Erling Haaland Slaps Teammate Mahmoud Dahoud For Touching Trophy Too Early At Award Ceremony

Jack Kenmare

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Erling Haaland Slaps Teammate Mahmoud Dahoud For Touching Trophy Too Early At Award Ceremony

Erling Haaland taught Borussia Dortmund teammate Mahmoud Dahoud a lesson after he prematurely touched the DFB-Pokal trophy during an entertaining ceremony.

It was a night to remember for Edin Terzik's side, who now have five DFB-Pokal titles to their name.

England international Jadon Sancho opened the scoring in the fifth minute before that man Haaland made it two.

Dortmund continued to dominate and just before the half-time whistle, Sancho got his brace when he made it 3-0 with a composed finish.

Leipzig midfielder Dani Olmo managed to pull one back in the second-half but it was Erling Haaland who put the icing on top of the cake as BVB strolled to a deserved victory.

After the full-time whistle, Dortmund players celebrated on the pitch. But when Dahoud decided to get his hands on the trophy before it was officially handed over, Haaland proceeded to slap the German international for good measure.

Once the ceremony was over, the Norwegian intenational was called over to the media zone and well, his post-match interview did not disappoint.

He spoke about a "shit" second half and feeling a "boost in his biceps" after going to the gym.

This is definitely one of his longest - and best - post-match interviews yet.

Thoughts on Dortmund's win against Leipzig on Thursday night?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Football, Erling Haaland, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig

Jack Kenmare
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