Lima, January 14, 2022Updated on 01/14/2022 02:03 pm
On January 8, the duel between Borussia Dortmund vs. Eintracht Frankfurt for the Bundesliga and, in it, a conflict arose between Rafael Santos Borré and Erling Haaland. Days after the event, the Colombian striker decided to give his defenses about the crossing with the Norwegian.
The play went like this: the Norwegian was covering the ball near the corner kick and, with a certain vehemence typical of the rhythm of the game, the coffee grower came from behind to hit him near the left foot. Although it could be seen in the repetition that said blow was not strong enough to knock him down, Haaland reacted and went over Borré.
A week after what happened, the former River Plate player commented in detail what he experienced that day in dialogue with ‘El VAR’ of ‘Caracol Radio’. “It was a clash we had. I think it was a bit disrespectful when they got up on the scoreboard. He began to celebrate some actions without need. they were winning”, He commented.
“When one of our players took it out, I celebrated or yelled in his face. None of us did anything and it gave me a little helplessness, so I went to look for him on that last play“, He said.
As could be seen on the TV broadcast, the Dortmund striker surprisingly rebuked the Frankfurt striker in Spanish, a very unusual practice for someone with Norwegian roots and who has had little contact with Spanish.
“I saw that at some point he yelled at me ‘what’s up brother?’, in Spanish. I was surprised because it is not normal for them to speak Spanish here. When the game was over, he continued with the tone of coming for me because he knew I was hot. He told me some things in English and I tried to answer him so that he would realize that what he was doing was not rightBorre added.