DORTMUND (GERMANY) – More black than yellow day for Borussia Dortmund, the one experienced yesterday.
In addition to the defeat against Bayern Munich, which almost certainly means giving up the German title, for the benefit of rivals, he also had to record the injury of Erling Brut Haaland.
The center forward taken from Salzburg in winter.
The Norwegian striker was forced to leave the limping field in the 27th minute of the second half.
Fault of a knee sprain, remedied after a fortuitous clash with the referee Tobias Stieler.
In the next few hours, Haaland, who also occupies the fourth place in the ranking of the Golden Shoe, will know the exact extent of the physical damage.
So he will know whether or not he should stop.
In any case, as Borussia Dortmund manager Lucien Favre reported at the end of the game, the player's injury has nothing to do with the resumption of the activity, since it is "a traumatic event".
Favre also said he was "confident" about the conditions of the center forward.
"It shouldn't be anything serious," he said.
Right now Haaland is crucial for Dortmund but would be essential for any other team.
The giant Norwegian center forward is the footballer of the moment.
According to a former bomber like Vieri, Haaland already has a market value of over 200 million euros (source Ansa).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano