Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe are here to stay.

After striking twice in the first leg, the Norwegian goal machine showed clever movement and composure to put his side 1-0 up against the Andalusian outfit after being set up by Marco Reus.
It means that Haaland has now scored nine goals in six Champions League outings this term, as well as 30+ goals for two consecutive seasons.
What’s more, he’s scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo Nazario, Zinedine Zidane and Carlos Tevez to name a few.
“Marco Reus sets it up and you know who does the rest!”
Erling Haaland strikes again for Dortmund in the #UCL, putting his side 1-0 up vs. Sevilla! :soccer:
He can’t be stopped! :fire:
– Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) March 9, 2021
Erling Haaland has now scored 30+ goals across all club competitions in back-to-back seasons:
:white_check_mark: 19-20: 40 games, 44 goals:white_check_mark: 20-21: 29 games, 30 goals
This guy is a monster.
– William Hill (@WilliamHill) March 9, 2021
:open_mouth: 9 goals in 6 games this season:scream: Scored against every team he’s faced19 goals in 14 games in this competition
:black_circle: Erling Haaland = Champions League sensation!
– UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) March 9, 2021
But even more impressive is the fact that this was his 19th goal in the Champions League – the same number that Mbappe managed in Europe’s premier competition before turning 21.
Haaland has done it in 14 games and scored against every opposition side he has come up against.
The pair of wonderkids are the future of football and will almost definitely be tussling it out for individual awards in years to come.
After Mbappe scored a stunning hat-trick against Barcelona for PSG, Haaland hit a double against Sevilla a day later and appeared to reignite a potential rivalry.
“I love the Champions League and when I saw Mbappe score the hat-trick yesterday I got free motivation, so thanks to him,” he told Viaplay Fotball post-match.
“He scored some nice goals and I got a good boost from him.”