Erling Haaland Involved In Mass Brawl As Borussia Dortmund Get Knocked Out Of Cup
Erling Haaland was involved in a mass brawl as Borussia Dortmund got knocked out of the DFB Cup.
The 19-year-old phenom continued his incredible goal-scoring ways as he bagged a goal in his side's 3-2 defeat to Werder Bremen on Tuesday.
He now has eight goals in just four games to his name as he enjoys a blistering start to his Borussia Dortmund career following his January move.
But his outing was overshadowed by a furious bust-up with Kevin Vogt, who argued with the promising striker (skip to 2:53:50):
He responded angrily when Giovanni Reyna was pushed inside the box. He then sprinted over to the scene of the incident, where he was dragged by Vogt.
The Norwegian continued to bicker with Vogt before the match official pulled him away.
Haaland entered the fray in the 46th minute with his side two-nil down and while he did get on the scoresheet, he was unable to send his team to the next round of the cup.
With his goal tonight, Erling Haaland becomes the first ever player to score eight goals in his first four appearances for a Bundesliga club :yellow_heart:
That's a goal every 22 minutes now. This kid is special. :heart_eyes: pic.twitter.com/6wkk3akgSJ
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) February 4, 2020
But the former Manchester United target made history as he became the first player ever to score eight times in his first four appearances for a Bundesliga club.
Borussia Dortmund return to action on Saturday when they face Bayer Leverkusen in a league meeting.