It doesn't matter when you read this: Haaland double

The Norwegian signed his second double of the week after the one he achieved in Seville in the Champions League, this time participating in Dortmund's win in the Ruhr derby.

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Seville seems to have inspired Haaland. After the double with which Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán assaulted, the Norwegian pearl returned to score two more goals in the resounding 0-4 victory of Borussia Dortmund in the Ruhr derby against poor Schalke 04. In this way, the team managed by Edin Terzic, once and for all, he leaves behind the crisis of results he had been going through before taking on Sevilla and regains momentum in the Bundesliga, where he is sixth. On the contrary, Schalke, which remains last and practically condemned to decline. Mainz in penultimate position already has eight points.

As expected, the black-yellows were superior from the initial whistle, but the mining team knew how to contain the offensive power of the visitors. Of course, Schalke only lasted until shortly before the break, when a serious error by Stambouli in the ball exit was the first for Borussia. Sancho thanked the Frenchman and did justice in the Veltins Arena light.

That's when the usual one appeared. Haaland took advantage of the last play before the locker room pass to score a real goal that could easily be the best of the entire season. Sancho, imperial yesterday, hung it in the heart of the area where the Norwegian star was waiting to nail a Chilean sock in the back of the net that even left his teammates speechless. It has no roof.

Schalke was reeling, finding no remedy to contain the dominance of its eternal rival on such an important date as the Ruhr derby. Mascarell and Schöpf entered the pitch, but BVB continued to dominate, harassing and scoring. After the third, the work of Guerreiro, Haaland reappeared to close a poker that sentenced Schalke and closed a perfect week for Dortmund. A week in which Haaland added four goals. He has 17 goals in the Bundesliga and 27 throughout the season. Dial every 81 minutes. Little joke.



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