Erling Haaland goal that was ruled out during Dortmund vs Sevilla before a penalty was awarded from a previous phase of play
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VIDEO: Dortmund goal ruled out, penalty given from previous phase of play

Spot kick then retaken and Haaland booked for celebration.


Erling Haaland had a goal ruled out then a penalty given from a previous phase of play during Borussia Dortmund vs Sevilla in the Champions League.

In a crazy eight-minute sequence at the Westfalenstadion on Tuesday, the Norwegian’s spot kick was then retaken before he was booked for his celebration.


Haaland thought he’d scored his second goal of the night only to see it overturned by VAR for a shove on a defender, but he was immediately handed another opportunity from twelve yards.

Sevilla goalkeeper Bono initially saved, with the La Liga side going on to launch a counter attack, but the referee reviewed it at the first break in play.


He deemed that the ‘keeper had come off his line too early and ordered a retake, which Haaland scored – and he got a yellow card for taunting his opponent while celebrating.

The match eventually finished 2-2, with the Bundesliga team winning 5-4 on aggregate in the Round of 16 tie.