Erling Haaland's Champions League journey is over.
The Norwegian announced himself to the world when he notched a hat-trick for Salzburg against Genk in the group stages.
He further enhanced his reputation with five more goals in the competition for the club, including scoring against Liverpool.
His goals couldn't propel the Austrians to the knockout rounds, but he moved to Dortmund in January meaning he could still play in the competition.
The 19-year-old featured in Dortmund's last-16 first-leg game against PSG in Germany, scoring twice as his side secured a 2-1 win.
But he was largely anonymous as Dortmund crashed out of the competition following a 2-0 defeat.
And, to make matters worse, he was mocked by PSG players both during and after the game.
Neymar decided to imitate Haaland's 'zen' celebration when he opened the scoring in the first-half...
The whole PSG team then did his celebration on the pitch after knocking him out of the competition...
Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and a few others then took it a step further by doing his celebration in the changing room and posting it on Instagram...
And then Neymar posted on Instagram an image of him doing Haaland's celebration with the caption: 'Paris our city, not yours.'
So, why are PSG players so rattled?
That's because of Haaland's social media activity before the game.
The Dortmund striker decided to post an image of him appearing to call out PSG players by saying: 'My city, not yours'.
To be honest, if you were a PSG player, you wouldn't be too happy with Haaland for posting that.
He certainly had it coming to him and PSG players made sure to go the extra mile after knocking him out of the competition.
Still, their decision to mock him both during and after the game is probably a bit too obsessive.News Now - Sport News