Haaland annoyed by Dortmund bankruptcy series against Bavaria
It has become a sad habit for BVB: when ambitious Westphalia meet the industry’s prime FC Bayern, there is simply nothing to be gained. Sometimes Borussia Dortmund makes the match narrow as in the youngest 2:3 (1:1) in the home stadium, other times the
result is clearer for the Munich team. The yield is always the same: zero points. This negative series in the German classic – first and foremost Erling Haaland – scares the vice champion. After the close home defeat last weekend, the Norwegian was
anything but happy despite his goal. “We must finally get more out of the matches against Munich,” the “Ruhr Nachrichten” quote the young Goalgetter, who has so far lost all comparisons – three in number – with FC Bayern.
This time, the BVB had been “so close” to something that could be counted, Haaland argued. In fact, Borussia had acted on an equal footing in many phases of the game, but at the decisive moments it played too often.
“We have to work even harder to get this last percent out of the team to become as good as they are,” Haaland demanded, who formulated a clear goal for the coming weeks: “Win every game by Christmas!”After seven days in the league, Borussia Dortmund is third in the
league behind Bayern München. In addition, RB Leipzig currently has one more counter in its account than BVB. After the international break, the Black and Yellows continue their away game at Hertha BSC. Great hopes rest again on the shoulders of goalie Haaland, who has already scored eleven goals across all competitions this season.
The 20-year-old is currently on the Norwegian national team, with whom he will compete against Israel, Romania and Austria in the coming days.