If RB Leipzig had any chance of making it to the next round, they needed to keep the ball away from Erling Haaland. Unfortunately for the German club, the footballer not only managed to get a hold on the ball, he managed to get two goals inside 120 seconds to wreak havoc among the Bulls' defense.
The Norwegian ace put to good use a harsh penalty call by the ref after a review suggested by VAR technology, and if things were not uphill enough for the German side, the former Borussia Dortmund footballer managed to drill past Blaswich a well-placed header after a rebound from a shot by Kevin De Bruyne.
These goals by Haaland clarified the tie for Manchester City and also represented a milestone for the footballer, who became the fastest player in history to score 30 UEFA Champions League.
Have a look at Haaland's record-breaking goals (Image might be geo-restricted).