Neymar mocked Erling Haaland by mimicking the Norwegian player’s meditation practice during PSG’s 2-0 win over Borussia Dortmund in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 second leg.
The youngster Erling Haaland scored a brace in the first leg to bring a 2-1 victory to Dortmund, but Neymar had a goal in the 28th minute to give PSG an advantage in the second leg of the second round. Champions League.
In the second leg, from the corner of Di Maria’s corner, Neymar broke into the header to open the score for PSG in the 28th minute. Shortly after, the Brazilian player ran to the front of the camera to imitate the dining screen. He was happy to sit cross-legged with his typical meditation hand movement of Haaland as an act of mocking the Norwegian junior.
Neymar’s goal gives PSG a certain advantage (if it keeps up going). Meanwhile, Dortmund started to show signs of haste. Consequently, when Dortmund has not found a goal, Dortmund has conceded the second goal in the first half injury time, thereby accepting the final defeat with a score of 2-3.
Notably in the last minutes of the match, the Brazilian striker was also mischievous, causing Dortmund defender Emre Can to receive a red card. Neymar taunted Emre Can after being fouled by the former Liverpool midfielder, and the Dortmund defender failed to maintain the composure needed to push Neymar to the ground and receive a red card from referee Anthony Taylor.
On the side of Haaland, the Norwegian player had a silent game, causing the home team to suffer defeat and stop walking in the round of 1/8 Champions League. Meanwhile, the whole PSG team once again rubbed salt with the Norwegian player by focusing on the field and performing the celebration of collective meditation.
Neymar has now scored 38 goals in 28 appearances in the Champions League. He has never lost in a European match at home, with 25 wins and three draws.
With the defeat of Dortmund, PSG reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2016, having passed the round of 1/8 in the last three seasons.