Erling Haaland continues his fantastic form for Borussia Dortmund as he scored twice to help his side beat Bayer Leverkusen 4-3 and climb to third place of Bundesliga.
manager Gerardo Seoane reserved special praise for the forward and labeled him unstoppable.
“You can’t defend against everything and Dortmund have a world-class striker,”
admitted Leverkusen coach
“It was a spectacular game, but it’s annoying when you lead three times and then lose.”
The Norway international has now eight goals to his name in his last five outings for club and country.
The three points worked as Dortmund manager Marco Rose’s 45th birthday present ahead of their Champions League clash with Besiktas on Wednesday.
However, he was not totally satisfied.
“It was a very wild game, a spectacle. From the coach’s point of view, however, you wish many things were different — we concede too many goals,”
The defending championsBayern Munich
moved above Dortmund into second place after they defeatedRB Leipzig