A video has emerged showing Borussia Dortmund prodigy Erling Haaland finding the back of the net with ease at the age of just 13 – against a Borussia Dortmund youth side.
Haaland has taken the Champions League by storm this season, netting 10 goals in seven appearances between spells with RB Salzburg and Dortmund.
And it seems as if the Norweigan forward was always destined for greatness, showing he has had an eye for goal since his formative years.
In the video posted online, Haaland can be seen playing six-a-side football for a Bryne FK youth side.
In the first clip, the then-13-year-old is playing against a youth team from Dortmund, who are now his current side.
He drags a first shot wide of the goal, but when handed a second chance at the other end of the pitch he smashes it into the top corner.
The Norweigan scores a second against Dortmund with a powerful effort into the bottom corner – sending his side into the final – before almost setting up a header for a team mate which hits the post.
In the final of the youth competition, Haaland quickly made his mark.
He takes a corner which is deflected by a defender, but unperturbed, he takes the defender out of the game with a clever touch before smashing the ball into the net from an acute angle.
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