The Dallas Morning News

Haaland’s goal haul continues for Man City


LONDON — Erling Haaland bagged another hat trick to make it eight goals in his last two games as Manchester City eased into the FA Cup semifinals with a 6-0 home win over Championsh­ip side Burnley on Saturday.

That came on the heels of a 7-0 win over Leipzig on Tuesday in the Champions League — when Haaland netted five.

Antonio Conte tore into his players for being “selfish” after Tottenham threw away a 3-1 lead to draw 3-3 at last-place Southampto­n and miss a chance to climb provisiona­lly into third place.

Everton twice came from behind to draw 2-2 at Chelsea.

■ Borussia Dortmund breathed new life into its Bundesliga title challenge with an emphatic 6-1 victory over Cologne, moving one point ahead of Bayern Munich.

■ American winger Tim Weah was stretchere­d off the field in a neck brace as Lille won 2-0 at Toulouse in the French league, while Lens beat Angers 3-0 to move into second place. It was unclear whether Weah would be able to rejoin the U.S. national squad for CONCACAF Nations League matches against Grenada and El Salvador later this month.

■ Atletico Madrid increased its unbeaten streak to 10 games in the league after rolling to a 3-0 victory over Valencia and strengthen­ed its hold on third place, closing to within five points of second-place Real Madrid in La Liga.

■ Zlatan Ibrahimovi­c became the oldest scorer in Serie A history at age 41 but had little else to celebrate after AC Milan was beaten 3-1 at Udinese, leaving the defending champ in fourth place and extending its winless streak to three matches in the Italian league.


■ The New York Jets re-signed veteran defensive lineman Solomon Thomas of Coppell to a one-year contract.

■ The Jacksonvil­le Jaguars are bringing back veteran cornerback Tre Herndon on a oneyear contract, the latest move to keep the bulk of last year’s AFC South champions intact.

■ Daniil Medvedev defeated Frances Tiafoe 7-5, 7-6 (4) for his 19th consecutiv­e match victory of the year and a berth in the BNP Paribas Open final. (Results, 11C)

■ Seven weeks after securing it, Mikaela Shiffrin finally held and kissed the crystal globe for the best slalom skier of the women’s World Cup season. In the final race, she finished third in the slalom, behind winner Petra Vlhova.

■ Marco Odermatt broke the 23-year-old male record for most World Cup skiing points in a season after he won the giant slalom at the World Cup Finals. The victory lifted Odermatt’s tally to 2,042 points, 42 better than the previous mark set by Hermann Maier in the 1999-2000 season.

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