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Erling Haaland scored his last goal with Borussia Dortmund to say goodbye to the Bundesliga

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The Norwegian Erling Haaland said goodbye to Borussia Dortmund with a win and a goal against Hertha Berlin (2-1), who will have to play for promotion against a Bundesliga 2 team to continue in the highest category of German football.

On a festive day at Signal Iduna Park, plagued by emotional farewells before kick-off, including the Norwegian’s, Marko Rose’s side achieved an inconsequential victory. They finish second in the standings, seven points behind the champion, Bayern Munich, and will play in the next edition of the Champions League.

Dortmund will be in the Champions League again, but without Haaland in their ranks. The Norwegian, after two and a half years, will become part of the Manchester City squad. However, he said goodbye with a goal to level the match.

Félix Magath’s visiting team had gone ahead after eighteen minutes. He was scored by the Algerian Ishak Belfodil, from a penalty.

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But in the second half, a handball inside the Hertha box was sanctioned. Haaland did not fail from eleven meters and gave Dortmund the tie.

It was the twenty-second goal of the Norwegian in the course that ends as the third highest scorer behind the Czech from Bayer Leverkusen Patrik Schick, who achieved twenty-four, and the Pole from Bayern Munich Robert Lewandowski, who finished with thirty-five.

The comeback was completed by the young Youssoufa Moukoko with six to go after picking up a ball from Englishman Jude Bellingham.

The defeat, together with the victory of Stuttgart in Cologne, separates Hertha from permanence for the time being. You will have to seek salvation in promotion. (D)

Source: Eluniverso

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