Ivorian international and forward meastro, Sebastien Haller was in action yesterday for Ajax Amsterdam in their third game of the UEFA champions league Group C ties against Borussia Dortmund at the Johan Cruijff Arena.
The talisman retained his spot in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the club in their previous game before the international break, having established himself as a key figure in the squad paraded by Erik ten Hag since his arrival at the club.
Sebastien Haller was superb in the game as he was directly involved in three goals in their 4-0 win scoring a goal with a brace of assists, which placed them at the top of the table.
Marco Reus' own-goal and Daley Blind strike put the host ahead in the first half before Antony and Sebastien Haller's second half goals sealed the remarkable win for the Eredivisie Champions.
The Ivorian international with his goal of the night has now taken his tally to six goals in their first three openers and as such become only the second player in Champions League history to score six or more goals in their first three games in the competition.
Only two players in Champions League history have scored 6+ goals in their first three UCL games:
- Sebastien Haller.
His goal of the night has now taken his tally to six:
- Sporting CP - ⚽⚽⚽⚽
- Besiktas - ⚽
- Borussia Dortmund - ⚽.
He will now be looking forward to keeping his tally going for his side in their next game with the optimism to emerge the highest goal scorer at the end of the campaign.
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