Erling Haaland scored a brace as Borussia Dortmund thrashed Greuther Furth in the German Bundesliga 3-0, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter wasn’t that of a wasted ole coming from the home side who made it count despite VAR giving them issues.
Borussia Dortmund started the game as the better between both teams who created a few amount of opportunities in the early kickoff which didn’t result in a goal.
Greuther Furth had VAR to thank after Thorgan Hazard scored a stunner in the 21st minutes which was ruled out after it was review for a potential offside or foul.
The match continued with Erling Haaland making it count in the 33rd minute from the penalty spot after a foul saw the Norwegian stepped up to make the scoreline 1-0.
The first half of the encounter came to an end with Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Greuther Furth as they both headed inside for the break after a good 45 minutes.
Second Half Report
The second half started out good for BVB who pushed forward in search for another goal which didn’t come immediately for them while it progressed.
Greuther Furth continued holding back making sure they didn’t concede more as match was looking so bad for them with so much pressure coming from the home team.
Borussia Dortmund were unable to make anything happen as the encounter pushed on further approaching the final 30 minutes left to be played between them.
Erling Haaland doubled the lead in the 82nd minute of the second half after a good effort which saw Julian Brandt making the assist for the Norwegian to make the scoreline 2-0.
Donyell Malen rounded off the goal scoring with another one in the 89th minute with Julian Brandt on the assist once again to make the match changed 3-0.
Nothing else as the encounter ended with Borussia Dortmund taking a 3-0 win against Greuther Furth to claim all three points as they push closer to Bayern Munich.
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