Borussia Dortmund in the Erling Halande pair of goals and record quarters.

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Sevilla turned around after a pair of goals at Erling Halande in Signal Iduna Park, Germany, but the match ended in a 2-2 draw. Borussia Dortmund reached the Champions League’s quarter-finals with a 3-2 victory in the first leg and a 5-4 victory in the second leg. Halande scored four goals in four records.

Halande became the youngest player in the Champions League’s history to score in six consecutive matches, scoring in the second leg at home against Sevilla. Holland has scored 20 goals in 14 matches, the fastest 20 goals in the competition. English forward Harry Kane had a previous record of 20 goals in 24 matches. He is 20 years and 231 days old.

Halande also holds the record for most goals in a Champions League before reaching the age of 21. Killian Mbabane (19 goals) is behind here. Norway also topped the list of highest goals scored in the European competition. Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Shoalshire currently holds the current record for 19 goals.

Meanwhile, Sevilla made a great start to the match at Iduna Park. The team, which was far ahead in attack and possession in the first half, took the first shot on goal in the fourth minute. The goalkeeper punched a shot by Lucas Ocampos from outside the D-box.

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However, in the 35th minute of the match, Borussia took the lead through Erling Halande’s goal. Mahmud Dahud’s through ball got into the D-box, and Marco Royce passed to Halande in front of a six-yard box. Halande then doubled the lead from a spot-kick in the 54th minute of the second half. Before this goal, one point became a drama on the field. Holland sent the ball into the net with much single skill, but the goal did not match.

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For the first time, however, Halande could not score from the penalty spot. His shot hit Yassin Bono’s hand as he jumped to the left and hit the post. But the referee awarded the penalty again with the help of VAR as the Sevilla goalkeeper had already moved away from the line. This time Halande did not make a mistake.

Yousef N-Nesiri reduced the lead from the penalty spot in the 7th minute. The referee blows the whistle for a penalty if Luke De Young is fouled in the D-box. He equalized with a header from Ivan Rakitic’s cross in added time. But the visitors have to leave the field in the frustration of falling.

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