20 minutes ! This is the time it took Erling Haaland to score his first hat trick with Dortmund. On the bench at the start of the game, the Norwegian nugget freshly transferred from Salzburg allowed Dortmund to return from Augsburg with three points. The Devil Thorgan Hazard also distinguished himself by distilling 2 assistants.
Yet led 3-1 in the 58th minute by Augsburg, Borussia Dortmund managed a wild comeback to win 3-5, Saturday in match 18 of the Bundelisga. Haaland got into the game in the 56th minute.
Dortmund, who found Axel Witsel after his facial injury, started this first championship meeting very badly since the winter break. Florian Niederlechner (34th) and Marco Richter (46th) allowed Augsburg to lead 2-0. The BVB reacted for the first time thanks to a nice number by Julian Brandt, served in the rectangle by Thorgan Hazard (49th). But when we thought the Yellow and Black revived in the game Florian Niderlechner offered himself a double to make 3-1 (55th). Lucien Favre then brought up Haaland, who arrived this winter from Red Bull Salzburg where he stacked the goals. It took the 19-year-old striker just three minutes to find his way to the net. A cross shot from the left and it was quickly 3-2 (59th). In the process, Jadon Sancho played the goalkeeper face to face and equalized (61st).
The crazy rise of Borussia was completed ten minutes later. Starting offside, Thorgan Hazard defended Augsburg before dribbling the goalkeeper and showing great altruism to serve Haaland in the back (70th). The Red Devil signed the ninth assist in his season while the Norwegian had a 30th goal. Haaland’s loot will increase by a few minutes later with a new lightning strike that will set the score at 3-5.
This success allowed Dormund to climb to 4th place in the Bundesliga with 33 points, 4 lengths from RB Leipzig, engaged against Union Berlin at the end of the afternoon.
Halend’s first goal with Dortmund jacket
The goal of the treble
Bornauw played against Wolfsburg
Sebastiaan Bornauw was involved in the duel between his team, FC Cologne, at Wolfsburg. A match that ended with the Boucs’ fourth consecutive victory (3-1). These made the difference thanks to a double from Jhon Cordoba (22nd and 45th + 2) and a goal from Jonas Hector (62nd). Birger Verstraete was not on the game sheet.
In the standings, Cologne continues its recovery to settle in 13th place with 20 points but is still within reach of relegationable teams.