An incredible goal from Erling Haaland sealed a 2-1 comeback victory for Manchester City over Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday in the Champions League. In the first half,
the Bundesliga club took the lead thanks to an assist from English midfielder Jude Bellingham. However, City responded through John Stones, and a late goal from Haaland sealed the victory.
Haaland scored his 13th goal for City in all competitions, allowing him to walk away from his first meeting with his previous team with a positive attitude.
The 22-year-old, who had 86 goals in 89 games for Dortmund, seemed destined to determine the winner. City is currently in first place in the group with six points after a 4-0 victory over Sevilla
in their opening match. There was only one shot on goal in the whole first half. After 56 minutes of play though Bellingham gave the game some much-needed energy by heading in a cross from Marco Reus
A little before the hour mark, the home team replied effectively, as Haaland's shot from the edge of the box narrowly missed the goal.
After 80 minutes, City evened the score with the first attempt on target, a long-range effort from Stones that sailed past Alexander Meyer. Within three minutes, City took the lead when
Haaland finished an incredible cross from Joao Cancelo with an acrobatic overhead kick. "We were able to prove our mettle in the end. Because of who and how we are, that's the way it is.
My last twenty-five minutes I quote Haaland We had two great goals today, but I think mine was the best of the two. Cancelo delivered a lovely cross, His words. Bellingham pondered the foreseeability
of the game-winning goal. "Honestly, I had a hunch it would be him. Few individuals can think of ways to stop him. We had a great performance tonight until he did what he always does "His words.