Dortmund Will Count On Haaland For Goals
Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland has a goal-scoring record to extend against SC Freiburg.
It’s official: Haaland cannot stop scoring. The Norwegian teenager netted his ninth Bundesliga goal in six matches as Dortmund beat SV Werder Bremen 2-0.
It’s a feat no other Bundesliga player past or present can lay claim to, and you wouldn’t put it past the ‘man-child’ bringing up double digits in record time with a goal or two against faltering Freiburg.
Haaland’s goals have enabled third-placed Dortmund to close the gap with the ladder leaders to just four points, with defending champions Bayern still the team to beat after extending their unbeaten league run to nine matches with a 3-2win over SC Paderborn 07.
Lewandowski scored his 24th and 25th league goals of the campaign and was at it again as Germany’s record champions put three without reply past English Premier League club Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League during the week.
Less than 24 hours later, however, it was revealed he suffered a leg injury in the English capital and will miss around four weeks of action, beginning with Saturday’s trip to Sinsheim.