Dortmund legend Karl-Heinz Riedle call Erling Braut Haaland for one of the best attackers in the world.
Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski.
And then there is also Borussia Dortmund Erling Braut Haaland.
Dortmund legend Karl-Heinz Riedle taking the Norwegian teen with, when he should point at the best attackers in the world right now.
the 54-year-old Riedle both warns and celebrates Haaland in an interview with the German Sportbild. And hyldesten is to take and feel.
– Robert Lewandowski, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Erling Haaland is currently the best attackers in the world for me to see, says Riedle to the magazine.
In 1997, Riedle his name into Dortmund history, as he is with a goal in the finals was to win the Champions League with the German club.
the 19-year-old Haaland has scored lots of goals, since the shift from the austrian Red Bull Salzburg to Dortmund in the Bundesliga in January.
Despite the adventurous start warns Riedle to switch to a bigger club too early.
– It would be quite wrong to think of the next step after a few good matches in Dortmund and the talk about to get to Real Madrid soon, says Riedle.
The former Liverpool and Lazio målræv on the contrary, Haaland must play stable over longer time and also be prepared for a formdyk.
– so far everything gone perfect for Haaland. But there comes the lows and målkriser.
– He is still in the beginning of his career and has enough time to get to an even bigger club at a time, says Riedle.
He believes that it will be easier in just Dortmund to run into a måltørke or formkrise, without that patience is exhausted.
– Haaland has proven that he as a 19-year-old can easily handle a big club in a topliga as well as in the Champions League.
– If he keeps himself in the track, he will definitely be one of the best attackers in the world, assesses Riedle.
At the moment, Haaland, like the other football players in Europe wait patiently for the next battle.
the Football in Germany is put on pause in the first place until 2. april – because of the outbreak of the coronavirus.