Erling Haaland had John Stones cracking up in their joint-interview after Manchester City’s victory against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday evening.

City went into their Champions League clash with Dortmund as the heavy favourites.

But it was Dortmund who took the lead in the 56th minute courtesy of their wonderkid, Jude Bellingham.

City fought back though and won 2-1 thanks to two quickfire goals.

Stones netted the equaliser with 10 minutes remaining courtesy of a venomous strike from Stones.

Haaland scored the winner against his former club four minutes later.

Joao Cancelo whipped a beautiful cross into the box and Haaland found the net with an acrobatic finish.

Dortmund kept Haaland quiet for much of the evening but the 22-year-old still managed to notch the winner.

In his post-match interview with BT Sport, Haaland was told that Dortmund ‘know how stop him’.

Haaland quickly intervened: “They didn’t stop me? I scored…”


Haaland then gave credit to his former side.

He continued: “They played well. They were good. I was quite sure I was going to be followed the whole game because they know me very well. But Dortmund were very good today. In the end the three points is all that matters.”


There was also a moment in the interview (0:35) where Haaland is told he ‘broke Dortmund hearts’.

Halaand replied: “Yeah… but it was good to see them.”

View his whole interview with BT Sport below…

Haaland responds to critics saying he doesn’t touch the ball enough

In an interview with BeIN Sport, Haaland had a message to his critics that say he doesn’t touch the ball enough during matches.

He said: “People say I don’t touch the ball enough and this and that. But I don’t care about that. I know what i’m going to do and what I have to do. And that’s exactly what I did today and what I will keep on doing.

“My dream is to touch the ball five times and score five goals. That’s my biggest dream.”


Football fans react to Haaland’s interviews

Football fans have enjoyed Haaland’s straight-talking after scoring the winner for City vs Dortmund and you can view some reaction below.




What’s next for Haaland?

Haaland and Man City are next in action when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday afternoon.

Haaland will then meet up with the Norway squad for their Nations League matches against Slovenia and Serbia.


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