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Dortmund (Germany) (AFP)
The young Norwegian striker Erling Halland became the first registered in the German Football League after resuming his competitions on Saturday, after stopping for about two months due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus.
The Bundesliga became the first of the five major European leagues to regain its rival after the “Covid-19” outbreak.
Halland, 19, maintained his scoring efficacy when he opened the scoring for Dortmund against his guest and Schalke in the twenty-sixth stage after a pass from his Belgian teammate Torgan Hazar, after about half an hour after the start of the match at the empty “Signal Idona Park” stadium.
Halland raised his score to 10 goals in 9 games after coming from Salzburg, Austria during the winter transfer period, for 20 million euros.
After registering, Halland ran to the area near the corner flag, and celebrated laughing with his teammates without shaking hands or hugging, due to the strict restrictions of divergence that paved the way back to the stadiums.
Instead of screaming and celebrating, fans, especially in the majestic “yellow amphitheater”, festive music was heard on the field after Halland shook the net.
Dortmund ended the first half 2-0 after the Portuguese Rafael Guerrero strengthened the numbers in the 45th minute.
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