PSG players all mimic Erling Haaland's celebration on the pitch after beating Dortmund

Paris Saint-Germain v Borussia Dortmund - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Second Leg

Paris Saint-Germain are through to the last-16 of the Champions League for the first time since 2016.

The French club had work to do at the Parc des Princes after losing 2-1 to Dortmund in the first leg.

PSG were without Kylian Mbappe in their starting line-up, with the Frenchman not deemed fully fit after suffering from illness all week.

But that did not matter as PSG put in a convincing display.

They hit the front just before the half-an-hour mark through Neymar.

The Brazilian winger got on the end of a Angel Di Maria corner and his diving header found its way into the net.

Juan Bernat then doubled PSG's lead just before half-time and the Parisians would hold on for victory.

That game marks the end of Erling Haaland's debut Champions League campaign.

Paris Saint-Germain v Borussia Dortmund - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Second Leg

The Norwegian forward failed to make an impact on Wednesday but he has become a household name with his performances for Red Bull Salzburg and Dortmund this season.

But, for whatever reason, PSG players decided that they would troll him during the game.

After scoring, Neymar celebrated by mimicking Haaland's famous 'zen' celebration.

And, when their victory was confirmed, PSG's players decided all to do it on the pitch.

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While some will find that funny, it does scream a lack of class from PSG's players.

Still, Haaland has had an incredible debut campaign in the Champions League.

He netted eight times in the group stages for Salzburg, including a hat-trick against Genk. He also managed to score against Liverpool.

Paris Saint-Germain v Borussia Dortmund - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Second Leg

And he also managed to score twice in the first leg against PSG in Germany but, that wasn't enough as they crashed out.

Still, Haaland has 10 Champions League goals to his name at just the age of 19.

There's no doubt that he'll score many, many more Champions League goals in his career.

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