Thursday, March 30, 2023

Erling Haaland’s quintuplet on video

For the third time in history, a player has scored a quintuple in the Champions League. After 2014 and the Brazilian Luiz Adriano who needed 54 minutes to reach this bar with Shakhtar Donetsk against Bate Borisov (7-0), and Lionel Messi who needed 84 minutes in 2012 with Barça against Bayer Leverkusen (7-1), Erling Haaland made history on Tuesday March 14 against Leipzig in the knockout stages of the Champions League by scoring 5 goals in 35 minutes.

“It’s a fantastic feeling. Five goals in a Champions League game is unreal,” explained the Cyborg after the match. I don’t realize too much because it’s just after the match but it’s completely crazy.” His favorite goal? “I’m blurry in my head. I remember shooting but not thinking. I was so tired after my celebrations. (…) My super strength is to score goals. Should I be honest? On most I didn’t even think, I just did, I was just trying to put the ball in the back of the net. It goes a lot through alertness and having the right gesture. A small part is also related to quality, but for many it is in the head. (On his replacement in the 63rd) I told Pep (Guardiola, editor’s note) when I left that I would have liked to score a double hat-trick (one in the first period and one in the second), but hey, what do you want?


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