Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland produced yet another moment of magic in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain. The 19-year-old striker netted an absolute belter to hand his side the lead after Neymar had pulled level.
Having been a tad inactive for Dortmund in the first half, the former RB Salzburg prodigy announced his presence by drawing first blood in the 69th minute. Barely six minutes later, Neymar Jr tied the game at one-all by tapping home a low-cross from Kylian Mbappe.
Nevertheless, the momentum did not last in the camp of Les Parisians with Haaland handing his side the advantage just two minutes later. The Norwegian striker got hold of a pass from Giovanni Reyna at the edge of the visitor's penalty area and clattered the goal post with a venomous strike. Watch:
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With three goals in seven minutes, the 19-year-old scores his ninth and tenth goal of the campaign as Dortmund lead PSG 2-1. How good was this strike!?
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Haaland's goal tally in the Champions League now stands at 10 in his first seven appearances. He is tied atop the goalscorers' chart with Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski.