Reverse angle of Erling Haaland's goal for Borussia Dormund vs PSG is incredible to watch

Haaland was incredible vs PSG

Erling Haaland single-handedly ripped apart Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night. 

The 19-year-old scored twice for Borussia Dortmund at Westfalenstadion in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie against the Ligue 1 champions.

His first was a simple, scrappy tap-in, but it came after a brilliant team move that involved seven different teammates and started inside their own half. 

Neymar did equalise moments later, but the evening belonged to Haaland after he smashed in the winner with 13 minutes to play. 

The Norwegian teenager was played in by Giovanni Reyna, took one touch to set himself on the edge of the box and lashed the ball past Keylor Navas. 

It was a simply outstanding goal and the more you watch it, the more satisfying it gets. 

Don't believe us? Well, check out the clip below, which shows the reverse angle of Haaland's goal and also includes the incredibly satisfying sound the ball makes hitting the back of the net. 

That finish is incredible on so many levels. JUST LISTEN TO THAT NOISE TOO. 

It's fair to say Haaland sent football fans into meltdown on Tuesday night. After all, his brace broke a number of impressive records. 

In the Champions League this season, for RB Salzburg and Dortmund, the teenage star has scored 10 goals in seven games, becoming the quickest player ever to hit that number. 

Haaland was on fire vs PSG

The striker has also become the first player to ever score for two different clubs in the same European season. But that's not all. 

Haaland has now netted on his Borussia Dortmund debuts in the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and the Champions League. 

He alone also has more goals than Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in Europe this season - make of that what you will. 

Haaland is already a superstar

Certainly not bad for a player that cost just €20 million. The only worry for Dortmund is that they won't be able to hold on to Haaland for long. 

If he keeps smashing in goals like his second on Tuesday, then the continent's biggest clubs will be swarming around him.   

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