Haaland Seals The Goodbye Of A Brave Seville – Dodson Digest

Haaland Seals The Goodbye Of A Brave Seville

The Andalusian team stayed on the edge of forcing extra time in Germany, but ran into the Norwegian striker again (2-2). The Germans went 2-0, En Nesyri tied in added time and the Spanish team caressed the miracle. The Teutons go to the quarterfinals by a 5-4 aggregate, with a poker included from the top scorer in the Champions League .

Not even with an excellent image in Germany he could avoid his goodbye in the Champions League. The Sevilla showed his pride in Dortmund (2-2), but the result of the first leg at the Pizjuán (2-3) was one slab too old for a brave team stroked the extension. Erling Haaland, who else, got the tie on track the first time and ended the match with another double that was enough.

Having a man like the Norwegian scorer is always a guarantee. The top scorer in the Champions League already gave himself a tribute in Seville with two goals and this Tuesday he repeated figures. The Nordic shattered the illusions of Julen Lopetegui’s team, who arrived in Dortmund in low hours after two consecutive defeats in the League and the club in the Cup against Barça.

VAR intervention
With Óscar instead of Rakitic as the main novelty, the Spanish team started with maximum intensity to the point of cornering their rival. A shot by Ocampos deflected by Hitz (m. 2) showed that Sevilla was not going to put the pass on a plate to the Germans.

Suso fired wide (m. 17) in another good opportunity before the German blow starring the executioner Haaland, who pushed a pass from Reus into the net after an indecision by Suso and Koundé.

The feat got even more uphill with the 2-0, which came in a bizarre way. Haaland scored after a possible foul on Fernando , but the VAR review ended with a Koundé penalty for grabbing the ram, which missed the shot. Bono , however, put both feet forward and the star did not fail in the repetition . Everything against Sevilla.

Andalusian faith
Far from being daunted and bowing their heads, Lopetegui’s men continued to fight with all the faith in the world as if nothing was lost. With a commendable attitude and effort , the Andalusian team went back into the tie with a penalty scored by En Nesyri. Sevilla continued to push without fainting and the Moroccan put the tables by heading a center from Rakitic , who entered five minutes from time.

The 2-2 left the pulse a bit from extra time, but there were no more shocks. The party died with Lopetegui unleashed and all Sevilla protesting a possible penalty in the last action. With fear in their bodies, Dortmund came out alive and went to the quarterfinals by a 5-4 aggregate, including a Haaland poker.

DORTMUND BORUSSIA: Hitz; Morey, Emre Can, Hummels, Schulz; Delaney, Dahoud, Bellingham; Reus, Haaland, and Thorgan Hazard. Technician: Edin Terzic. Changes: Passlack for Hazard (d. 66); Zagadou by Schulz (d. 89); Meunier by Morey (d. 95).

SEVILLA : Bono; Navas, Koundé, Diego Carlos, Acuña; Jordán, Fernando, Óscar; Suso, En-Nesyri, Ocampos. Technician: Julen Lopetegui. Changes: Papu Gómez for Jordán (d. 60); De Jong for Ocampos (d. 60), Oliver Torres for Oscar (d. 78); Rakitic by Fernando (d. 85); Munir by Suso (d. 85) ;.

GOALS : 1-0 (m. 35), Haaland, from Reus; 2-0 (m. 54), Haaland, from a penalty that had to be repeated: 2-1 (m. 68), En Nesyri, from a penalty; 2-2 (m. 95), En Nesyri, with a header after a cross by Rakitic

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