Bayern Munich on Saturday before Borussia Dortmund were put to the sword by Robert Lewandowski.Hansi Flick’s side were looking to go back to the summit with a win against their rivals in Der Klassiker, and they were met by a formidable foe in Haaland.Dortmund had won only one once in the last eight league meetings between the clubs, and got off to a perfect start as their prolific forward scored after just 74 seconds.It didn’t take the Norwegian long to double his tally, netting again after eight minutes as Thorgan Hazard impressed in the absence of the injured Jadon Sancho.One fan said on Twitter: “It’s safe to say Bayern will be cheering the loudest when Haaland leaves.”A United supporter added: “We need to go all out & get this guy
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