Borussia Dortmund advanced to the German Football League final by winning a landslide victory over its host Hertha Berlin 5-2 today, Saturday, in the eighth stage of the Bundesliga.
Dortmund succeeded in converting a goal behind to win broad five to climb to second place.
The rising Norwegian star Erling Haaland took the lead by scoring four goals (a super hat trick) for Dortmund.
Hertha Berlin took the lead with the goal of carrying the signature of Brazilian Mateus Konya in the 33rd minute, as the landlords ended the first half with a goal.
Just two minutes after the start of the second half, Haaland equalized for Dortmund, and two minutes later, he returned and scored the second goal for him and his team.
Haaland won the hat-trick in the 63rd minute, then his Portuguese colleague Rafael Guerrero added the fourth goal in the 70th minute, but Konya scored the second goal for him and this team Hertha Berlin in the 79th minute, before Haaland scored his fourth goal in the 80th minute.
Dortmund raised its score to 18 points in second place, and Hertha Berlin stopped at seven points in the thirteenth place.