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Haaland sets new Champions League record after disallowed goal and penalty retake

The Norwegian scored his second twofold against Sevilla in this last-16 bind to put his side on course for the quarter-finalsErling Haaland set another Heroes Class record with his second strike of the night against Sevilla on Tuesday - however the marvel was made to work more earnestly than expected for the objective.

The Norwegian beat Bono from the punishment spot to put Dortmund 2-0 up, in the process taking his own count to 20 in the opposition. It took Haaland only 14 games to arrive at the imprint, which means he made it speedier than some other part ever.

Dortmund were fixed back on the night as the match finished 2-2, anyway they won the tie 5-3 on total and have arrived at the Bosses Group quarter-finals.

One more evening of records

Having scored twice in the last-16 first leg in Seville as Dortmund ran out 3-2 victors, Haaland was back among the objectives on Tuesday.

He opened the scoring 35 minutes into the primary half, expanding his spat front of objective to six successive Bosses Association games. At 20 years and 231 days old enough, he is the most youthful player to accomplish such an accomplishment in Europe's chief club competition.

Better was to come for the Norway global, be that as it may. In the second half he stretched out Dortmund's total lead to 5-2 with a punishment and set another benchmark with his twentieth Heroes Alliance objective.

Tottenham's Harry Kane was the past proprietor of the record, arriving at the figure in a relatively drowsy 24 games.

He is likewise Norway's top scorer in the Bosses Association, overwhelming Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who got multiple times in the opposition.

Third time fortunate

Haaland's second, however, was not without episode. Truth be told, the 20-year-old had three freedoms to net before at long last getting back on the scoresheet.

To start with, he steam-rollered his approach to objective prior to shooting past Bono, just to see ref Cuneyt Cakir bring survey the activity for smelled a rat.

It was considered that Haaland had submitted an infraction on Fernando while in transit to objective, yet VAR carried play back considerably further to recognize a past move on the forward by Jules Kounde.

He took the punishment himself and saw Bono save the two his first exertion and the bounce back, albeit the goalkeeper's bliss was fleeting as Cakir requested a retake as he had wandered off his line.


Haaland was in no disposition to give Sevilla another relief and changed his kick over to at last guarantee the record - likewise procuring a yellow card for his inconveniences due to quarreling with Kounde in the consequence of the underlying entry of play

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