A thick ankle has brought the Norwegian Haaland from the country tour. But the striker made hope on Friday via BVB TV that he may possibly be in the top game on Saturday night against RB Leipzig (18.30, live! At Saturday night). “I’m fine, my ankle hurts a little bit, but it gets better,” said the 21-year-old. “We have to see how I feel tomorrow. I think there is a chance that I can play.”
Against the favorite opponent, Haaland wants to be fit
Haaland will give everything for two reasons that he is there. Because in his three mandatory games against Leipzig he achieved two hits each. “It’s going to be a heavy game because Leipzig is really good. But in the past we have always played well against them,” he knows.
The second point electrifies the whole BVB. The stadium will be fully utilized for the first time for two years with more than 80,000 fans. “For a long time ago, playing at home in front of the full stadium, that will be great. Then we longed for two years. That’s a huge difference,” Haaland said, who already knows this feeling in Dortmund already knows.
Because that does not apply to all players in the squad. Donyell Painting or Jew Bellingham have not allowed this experience to do this and become the top match on Saturday night accordingly. Haaland has at least tells how it feels.