Hilarious Footage Has Been Released Of Erling Haaland Hyping Up The Fans


Incredible footage of Erling Haaland intensively hyping up the crowd was released on social media during Borussia Dortmund’s 3-1 loss to Bayern Munich in the Super Cup last night.

In the final 25 minutes of the match, Haaland was hilariously encouraging the fans to boo the Bayern players as he felt that they were time wasting which caused a large reaction on social media and even Bayern’s Leon Goretzka was seen laughing at the player.

Haaland hyping up the crowd, encouraging them to raise the volume of their booing for Bayern’s time-wasting. Everything about this guy is just the best, except for his agent.

— Joe Butterfield (@joebutters) August 17, 2021

Erling Haaland trying to get the crowd going has me fired up from my living room

— Meg Swanick (@Meg_Swanick) August 17, 2021

Even though the Norwegian superstar was able to influence the Dortmund faithful, he was unable to make an impact on the game as he had a goal disallowed for offside halfway through the second half.

Robert Lewandowski and Joshua Kimmich got the goals for Bayern whilst Marco Reus scored the goal of the night to bring the score back to 2-1.

Haaland’s passion was even seen earlier on in the game as he angrily reacted to Lewandowski’s opening bullet header which put Bayern into the lead.


Haaland reaction to Bayerns goal 😳pic.twitter.com/aRRPP05ZGy

— O. (@SznValverdee) August 17, 2021

Despite Dortmund’s excellent 5-2 win to start the Bundesliga season, they were unable to carry their form into the Super Cup.

England youngster Jude Bellingham was interviewed after the game and said: “Gutted I couldn’t get my hands on the trophy, just like the lads are.

“We’ll definitely use it to motivate us in the coming weeks. Now that the game is done, we just want to focus on the next one.”

Credit: PA

However, it was an important victory for Bayern’s new manager Julian Nagelsmann as he won his first silverware with the club and said: “The title is reward for last season because we won the title. Not me, but Hans Flick.

“The title belongs more to others than it does to me.”

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