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Erling Haaland’s father detonates PSG stars for mocking his son after losing the Champions League

Erling Braut Haaland’s father, Alf-Inge, hit PSG players who laughed at his son.

PSG beat Borussia Dortmund 2-0 thanks to goals from Neymar and Juan Bernat to overturn a 2-1 defeat in the first leg and move on to the Champions League quarter-finals Wednesday night.

In the first leg Haaland Jr. had tormented PSG, marking both goals and celebrating in a distinctive way, striking the pose of someone who prayed.

But in retaliation, PSG imitated the nineteen-year-old after the final whistle and Haaland Snr. went down on Twitter to sarcastically congratulate Thomas Tuchel on the sides of his tongue for his funny cheeks.

The former Manchester City midfielder hailed a video of Neymar and co. with the message: “Goodbye beautiful Paris.

“Too bad for the result, but well deserved the day. All the best, showing class on and off the pitch. “

PSG players say they punished the Dortmund teenager who, after his parenthesis in the first leg, had adopted the position of “prayer” and had proclaimed “Paris is our city, not yours” via Snapchat.

No one to miss an opportunity, Neymar who scored a rare header on Wednesday, replied via Instagram, copying the Norwegian and writing: “Paris is our city, not yours”.

In addition to attracting the PSG team, Haaland made his mark in the Champions League this season, having registered ten times in the competition.

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Eight of these strikes arrived when it turned out for the RB Salzburg and it was those impressive figures who convinced Dortmund to give up € 22.5 million for the striker’s services in January.

Since moving to Germany, Haaland has continued to strengthen his reputation as one of the most famous talents in world football.

After announcing himself with a 23-minute hat-trick from the bench against Augsburg in his Dortmund debut, the Norwegian has been prolific and boasts 12 goals in 11 appearances for the Bundesliga.


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