Norwegian målmonster steals the show

Forget about the returning Lionel Messi, supertalentet Ansu Fati, angrebsduoen Mane/Salah and the other superstars. It was a great 19-year-old guy from Norway

Norwegian målmonster steals the show

Forget about the returning Lionel Messi, supertalentet Ansu Fati, angrebsduoen Mane/Salah and the other superstars. It was a great 19-year-old guy from Norway

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
18 September 2019 Wednesday 00:01
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Norwegian målmonster steals the show

Forget about the returning Lionel Messi, supertalentet Ansu Fati, angrebsduoen Mane/Salah and the other superstars.

It was a great 19-year-old guy from Norway on the 1,94 m, who was tonight's man in the season's first Champions League night.

the Name is Erling Braut Håland.

Although he already has proven itself as an extremely målfarlig play, he put a thick line under, that he is Norway's new ' wonderkid’.

even before the break he had turned to with a hat trick , as Red Bull Salzburg beat Genk from Belgium with tenniscifrene 6-2.

The Norwegian teen was on the spot after just two minutes, after which there went a good half an hour, before he once again came on the measured breeding.

Within pausefløjtet he had scored for the third time, and Salzburg with the former FCM-player Rasmus Nissen could go to the break with a 5-1 lead against the belgian champions with Joakim Mæhle in the starting line-up for the first time this season.

Erling Braut Håland is a purely målmonster, there have been several times over the years.

Thus, he scored nine times under forsommerens U 20 WORLD cup, when Norway gennembankede Honduras with 12-0.

In Austria, he has continued its ravages at the latest, with a hat-trick in Saturday's 7-2 win over Hartberg.

After tonight's three goals, he is up on the four hat-trick in the new season, and a total of 17 goals, so Red Bull Salzburg can soon look forward to that score box on the attacker.

It was the birthplace of Mozart, there was målfest for all the money.

Otherwise, it was a målfattig evening, where Borussia Dortmund, with Thomas Dalaney burned penalties, and only 0-0 against Barcelona, where Lionel Messi was sent on the pitch after an hour to replace the player who called the new Messi, the 16-year-old Ansu Fati.

In Naples was the defending Champions League champions Liverpool's triumphant stopped with a 2-0 defeat, among other things, on a goal by the former Tottenham striker, Fernando Llorente.

Seen with Danish eyes, there were good and bad results.

Yussuf Poulsen and Leipzig won with 2-1 over Benfica, while Chelsea, with Andreas Christensen lost 0-1 to Valencia with Daniel Wass. The latter escaped lucky from a committed a penalty when Chelsea burned the great opportunity.

The big Champions League night started seen with Danish eyes disappointing, because Denmark's most expensive Joachim Andersen was benched against Zenit St. petersburg. Petersburg.

The former Sampdoria player had many offers chosen the French team, because he, after several years of real space in the couch for the big matches have had a dream to be with.

The 23-year-old dane never came in action and could see Lyon play 1-1.

See also: Liverpool flop in Naples

See also: Barcelona escaped with fright.

See also: Team rescued in injury time

Updated: 18.09.2019 00:01
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