The Drone Cam Footage Of Erling Haaland’s Assist Against Eintracht Frankfurt Is Wonderful

 Borussia Dortmund scored three goals in the opening 34 minutes of their first game of the Bundesliga campaign – and Erling Haaland was directly involved in every one.

That’s right. After scoring 48 goals in 51 appearances in all competitions for the club and country last season, the Norwegian striker began the 2021/22 campaign with a bang against Eintracht Frankfurt.

The 21-year-old picked the ball up in his own half, ran towards the retreating Frankfurt defence with his frightening pace and power before passing to Marco Reus, who tucked the ball past Kevin Trapp.

Image credit: PA

Sky Sports posted footage of the goal from Reus on social media and plenty were loving the drone angle. What do you reckon?

Loving the drone cam replay on this

— Luton Town Analytics 👒🧮📊 (@LutonAnalytics) August 14, 2021

Erling Haaland doing his best Jadon Sancho impression. What a run.

— VERSUS (@vsrsus) August 14, 2021

Dortmund soon made it 2-0 thanks to Thorgan Hazard before the inevitable Erling Haaland made it three when he wrong-footed Trapp in between the sticks.


GOAL! Dortmund 3-1 Frankfurt (Haaland, 34)

— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) August 14, 2021

The 21-year-old, who has been heavily linked with a move this summer, scored a wonderful hat-trick in the German Cup last weekend against third-tier side SV Wehen Wiesbaden.

Perhaps the biggest talking point from that game came after Dortmund won a penalty on the half-hour mark.

Haaland, who went on to score the spot-kick, seemed to ‘celebrate’ the referee’s decision with a push up as he got himself back to his feet.


Erling Haaland’s last 5 minutes: Scores a goal, wins a penalty, celebrates with a push-up, gets back up and converts the penalty 😤

The 21-year-old is having fun tonight 😂

— Premier Sports 📺 (@PremierSportsTV) August 7, 2021

Never change, Erling.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports