Sensation at Signal Iduna Park! Borussia Dortmund have just opened the scoring thanks to the very young Jude Bellingham in the quarter-final second leg against Manchester City (to be continued on RMC Sport 2).
In the first leg, he was denied a goal that most likely should have been validated. This Wednesday evening, on the occasion of the quarter-final second leg between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City (to be followed on RMC Sport 2), Jude Bellingham this time saw his goal be validated by the referee.
The young Englishman (17) concluded in the most beautiful way the first action of Borussia in the quarter of an hour of play which temporarily sends Dortmund to the semi-finals (15th). On a deep ball, Erling Haaland kept the ball perfectly before finding Mahmoud Dahoud behind.
A striker finish
The German strike countered, the ball returned to Bellingham’s feet. The latter, who had so far scored only two goals in 38 games this season, made an attacking gesture with a beautiful strike that Ederson could only touch. On the celebration of the goal of the Englishman, Mahmoud Dahoud took the opportunity to give Haaland a nice slap.
A sign that this goal is precious. After his defeat in the first leg (1-2), Dortmund is provisionally qualified with this opening score from Bellingham, and could join PSG in the semi-finals of the competition. Pep Guardiola, who has never passed the quarter-finals of the C1 since arriving at Manchester City in 2016, can tremble.
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