Haaland shatters records with double against Sevilla

His goals enable Dortmund to secure 2-2 draw in second-leg match

Soccer Football - Champions League - Round of 16 Second Leg - Borussia Dortmund v Sevilla - Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, Germany - March 9, 2021 Borussia Dortmund's Erling Braut Haaland celebrates scoring their second goal as Sevilla's Bono looks on Pool via REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland on Tuesday notched up the quickest 20 goals in Champions League history, and became the youngest to net that many after scoring twice against Sevilla in the last 16.

Haaland's goals helped Dortmund to a 2-2 draw in their second-leg match, which sent them to the quarter-finals 5-4 on aggregate.

The Norwegian, 20, has been sensational, needing only 14 matches to reach the 20-goal mark, with 10 fewer appearances than the previous record holder, Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane.

He is also more than a year younger than Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe when he reached that mark just short of his 22nd birthday.

Haaland has netted 10 times in six Champions League games this season.

For Dortmund, the aggregate win secured their first quarter-final spot in four years, and Haaland is hungry for more goals.

"It was a hard game. I'm tired now but to be in the next round feels very big," he said. "It was a crazy game and a crazy win.

"We knew that they were going to come at us very hard, but when we scored they needed three. To be 1-0 up at half-time was very good and it was a nice goal."

Haaland's first goal was a tap in from a Marco Reus cutback but his second was a retaken penalty after his first effort was saved.

The penalty was controversially awarded after a long VAR review involving a foul on Haaland minutes earlier.

He has now scored two goals in each of his past four Champions League appearances.

"I missed the first penalty but if the keeper had stood on the line I'd have scored, like I did with the second," Haaland said.

"I was a little bit nervous on the second penalty but I knew it would be nice to score a second goal."

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