One was happy about two hits, the other about three assistants. The two young pros Erling Haaland and Giovanni Reyna from Borussia Dortmund, after the 4:0 (1:0) over the SC Freiburg, were in their arms.
In a refreshing way, the two top-talent teams, like Marco Reus or Mats Hummels, arrived themselves. As cool as before in the opposing penalty area, The Hague responded to the question of its so far impressive Bundesliga profits with 17-goal in 18-game: “This is not bad. But it could have been more.”
Games like against Freiburg promote the good reputation of Borussia as a tumbling ground for the gifted. Because in addition to The Hague, the American Reyna is expected to enjoy his club in the future. The midfielder prepared both matches of the Norwegian (31. Minute/66.) and the interim 2:0 through Emre Can (47.) before. Since the beginning of the data collection 1992 Reyna is thus the first 17-year-old with three goals in a Bundesliga game. I am not surprised by him,”commented his supporter Lucien Favre with a happy smile,”he is facing a very good career.”
Nevertheless, the BVB coach, with overwhelming praise, refrained:”He must continue to work like this, remain ambitious.”The Swiss football teacher indicated, to want to protect the jewel from time to time: “One must be careful with such a young player and must not destroy it. We have plenty of opportunities to rotate in the offensive.”
BVB attacker is”a piece of shit”
The fact that BVB coach Jude Bellingham had repeatedly challenged the start eleven as another 17-year-old nearly killed the two main actors. Even the Freiburg captain Christian Gunter was impressed by the original force of The Hague and greeted him with an unusual praise: “He is a scumbag at the gate, he takes almost every chance.”
The attacker committed to around twenty million euros last winter contributed to this on Saturday, that after the last two defeats in Augsburg (0:2) and in the Supercup at FC Bavaria (2:3), Borussia was spared a bad start of the season. In the second home game of this season, Haaland succeeded in the second double pack and the sixth already in his short time in Dortmund.
BVB captain Marco Reus has no doubt that Haaland will continue to be a guarantor of success: “He plays as he trains. Add to that his professionalism, as he’s capable of doing, the positive. We like it, we need it in the square. He will always make his goals, no matter how good or bad he is in the game.”
The fact that Haaland did not close his own goal on his way to his possible third match during the remainder of the game, but served Felix Passlack selflessly and thus gave his first Bundesligator to his soon-to-be replaced teammate, still brought him a compliment of his trainer. This was a good sign for the team,”found Favre.