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“It’s obviously pooed that Bayern won”: Haland

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Since joining BVB in January the Norwegian has been sparkling yet it wasn’t sufficient to win the title. Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland has made his emotions about Bayern Munich’s title win very clear, saying it was “sh*t” that the Bavarian giants were indeed champions.

In midweek, Bayern took an eighth consecutive Bundesliga title with a success at Werder Bremen. Dortmund has now wrapped sprinters up in five of those eight seasons, with a 2-0 victory at third-placed RB Leipzig on Saturday guaranteeing they’ve by and by the won second.

From his move from RB Salzburg in January, Haaland proceeded with his fine structure with the two goals on a Dortmund shirt to take his tally to 16 goals in 17 appearances. This demonstrated little consolation for the Norwegian, in any case, who was not happy with completing the second.

“It’s obviously pooed that Bayern won as a matter of first importance. In any case, that’s the way it is presently, and out of that, we have to put forth a valiant effort. And now we’ve made sure about second place, yet after the final whistle we’ve attempted to get as close as we can on them,” he told BT Sport.

Dortmund is finishing their Bundesliga season 2019-20 at home, next Saturday, in Hoffenheim.

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