Bundesliga: Hertha BSC – BVB 2: 5

Bundesliga: Hertha BSC – BVB 2: 5
Bundesliga: Hertha BSC – BVB 2: 5

Haaland show at BVB!

Borussia Dortmund took advantage of FC Bayern’s mistake in the Bundesliga and moved up to one point on the record champions and leaders. Lucien Favre’s team won 5-2 at Hertha BSC. (The game for reading in the ticker)

Man of the game was Erling Haaland, who put together a pack of four in the second half and brought BVB to victory after Matheus Cunha fell behind. Raphael Guerreiro also scored in the second half, and Matheus Cunha also scored for the second time. It was Haaland’s first four-pack in BVB dress. (Bundesliga table)

Moukoko makes debut

Youssoufa Moukoko then made his Bundesliga debut in the 85th minute. He came into the game for Haaland and is now at 16 years and 1 day the youngest Bundesliga professional of all time. He displaces the ex-Dortmund Nuri Sahin to second place.

“The move before the first goal was very good, the second goal was also nice, everyone thought it was offside,” enthused Haaland DAZN. As the reason for his performance boost after the break, he explained: “I drank a Red Bull and got wings.”

“He’s a damn big help to us at the moment because the game is a bit geared towards him. We enjoy it, but we know that other players can score goals too,” said Julian Brandt. “Watching him with his dynamism and his nose for goals is sensational.”

Favre said: “We played well at the beginning of the second half. In the first half he didn’t create a great chance to score. Hertha scored a counterattack. That can happen.” His instruction at half time: “Carry on like the last 15 minutes of the first half.”

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Before the game, BVB sports director Michael Zorc had warned against excessive expectations of Moukoko. “What is going on about the boy in the media goes a bit too far for me. I don’t like that,” he said. So Favre put him on the bench first, but brought him when victory was certain. Haaland, who was named “Golden Boy”, the best U21 player in Europe, stormed in front after the corona chaos in the Norwegian national team on Saturday.

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Dortmund pressed in the initial phase without appearing in front of the opposing goal. During this phase, BVB often left the ball to the hosts, Dodi Lukebakio (8th) shot over the Dortmund goal after a counterattack. Only then did BVB play their combination game a little better. After the interaction between Mahmoud Dahoud and Haaland, the ball landed at Marco Reus (17th), whose finish from the left Hertha goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow easily fended off. (Bundesliga match schedule)

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Haaland with a three-pack in 18 minutes

But the Berliners were also brave – and were rewarded after about half an hour: Matheus Cunha took measurements from around 18 meters and hammered the ball into the upper corner.

The Dortmund team immediately tried to find a suitable answer. Shortly before the break, Haaland had the next big chance, but missed the cross.

He did better a few minutes after switching sides. After a template by Emre Can, the Norwegian only had to push in from a few meters. A short time later, the striker was there again. After a through pass from Julian Brandt, the striker started into the alley at exactly the right moment and penetrated the penalty area. With his left he shot into the far corner, Schwolow had no chance again.

After an hour, Haaland was back on the spot. After a catastrophic bad pass, he sprinted in between, ran towards everyone at the Hertha goal and rounded Schwolow. In the 70th minute, Raphael Guerreiro made the decision based on Thomas Meunier’s presentation.

In the 79th minute, Cunha brought a dubious penalty – Manuel Akanji fouled Matteo Guendouzi – back into reach, but Haaland provided the answer in his own way. Less than 60 seconds after the goal, Haaland scored again.

Youssoufa Moukoko then made his Bundesliga debut in the 85th minute. He came into the game for Haaland and is now at 16 years and 1 day the youngest Bundesliga professional of all time. He ousted the ex-Dortmund Nuri Sahin to second place.


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