Not a few trust BVB superstar Erling Haaland a real world career too. But ex-national goalkeeper Jens Lehmann does not look at the Norwegian on a level with the great world football. Whether the striker ever comes to this level, according to Lehmann depends on a small but very crucial detail.
One has detected Erling Haaland in his hitherto about two years in the jersey of BVB on an impressive way: when he plays, then he meets. 80 goals in 79 competitive games has achieved the Norwegian for the Dortmund. Undoubtedly, many would have been more if he had not repeatedly missed the black yellow due to larger and smaller injuries.
Right here, Jens Lehmann also looks the greatest stumbling stone on Haalands away towards the top of world football. “One thing is clear: You’re a world-class player, if you always play. Otherwise you’re not it,” Lehmann said at “Image TV” with a view of the ever-recurring failures of the 21-year-old, who alone this season alone A dozen mandatory games missed.
At these players, BVB-Star Haaland should take an example
Haaland must “improve” in this area, complement Lehmann. The Norwegian must be “always available” if he would like to be called in a breath with Messi, Ronaldo and Co.: “They always played. And Haaland must always play.”
Messi, Ronaldo or a Robert Lewandowski, Thomas Müller or Philipp Lahm, have almost made every game for ten years, “but this is not the case with Haaland. In the lifestyle and training setting, Haaland should take an example of Ronaldo or Lewandowski, said Lehmann, who demanded the Norwegian just had to “do more for themselves”.
Currently, the Dortmund’s top scorer fails with muscular problems, which he gained Bundesliga match against the TSG Hoffenheim on January 22. Since then, the time of his return is speculated. Trainer Marco Rose revealed last Friday that the 21-year-old is still not in team training.