Norwegian and Manchester City star attacker, Erling Haaland scored five goals to power Pep Guardiola's men into the quarter-finals of this Season's Champions League with a 7-0 victory over RB Leipzig at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night.
Having scored five before the 57th minute, Pep then replaced Erling Haaland with Julian Alvarez in the 63rd minute.
While coming off the pitch, Erling Haaland and Pep Guardiola were spotted smiling as they shake hands.
This tweet from UEFA Champions League sharing photo of Pep Guardiola and Erling Haaland smiling after his substitution against RB Leipzig on Tuesday night has attracted reactions from football fans and social media users, as some have claimed Pep Guardiola removed Erling Haaland in order to preserve Lionel Messi's record, while some have claimed that deep down Haaland mind, he is angry.
Here are some screenshots of reactions from football fans and social media users:
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