Erling Haaland pulls off a stunning trick in training by stacking three balls and hitting a target in the top corner EVERY time… but some social media users insist the Borussia Dortmund striker’s magic is ‘hard to believe’ is
- Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland has shared images of a sublime trick
- In the clip, Haaland stacks three balls and fires them at a target in the top corner
- After cracking an attack on the target for the last time, Haaland was in disbelief
- But not everyone buys the video, and some online users claim it’s fake
Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland has left his social media followers awed, and in disbelief, after a seemingly impossible trick in training.
In the jaw-dropping clip, Haaland stacked three footballs on top of each other – already a tough task – before each firing at a target in the top corner.
After completing the trio of blows, even Haaland himself was stunned by his prowess, put his hands on his head and turned to the camera, grinning.
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Erling Haaland has wowed social media users and left them in disbelief with an astonishing trick
However, not everyone believes the video is real as online eagle-eyed users try to point out errors.
Indeed, that he places the three balls in a tower seems a step too far for some.
For the first shot, Haaland curled a superb effort through the air and against the target, rocking it back and forth.
Borussia Dortmund striker Haaland stacked three balls and hit a goal
After finding the top corner all three times, even Haaland was dumbfounded at the magic
The frontman then took his second strike, which again found the top corner. But this time the target shattered and half of it fell to the ground.
To finish the trick, Haaland cracked the third ball flawlessly.
“Hard to believe,” said one Twitter user, responding to images of the trick uploaded by an official Bundesliga account.
A second agreed, accusing Haaland of camera tricks by saying, “There’s no way you can balance two footballs, let alone three.”
But not everyone thinks that Haaland’s trick is real, some users say it’s ‘hard to believe’
But his club insists Haaland’s shots were real. “This is real, believe us,” their Twitter account may have jokingly posted.
Haaland made time to leave supporters stunned with the drill after returning to training with Dortmund after the international break.
The red-hot ace, 20, has already scored 11 goals and provided four assists in eight games in all competitions this season.
Red-hot Haaland has already scored 11 goals and provided four assists for Dortmund this season
He missed Dortmund’s last three games before their players left for the past two weeks, and missed Norway’s World Cup qualifiers.
But judging by the images of his latest exploits, Haaland is ready again.
Dortmund will meet Mainz at the highest level this weekend and will take on Ajax in the Champions League three days later.