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The poster was admittedly less prestigious, but the performance of against the is not much to envy to that of the day before at Camp Nou. Because the day after the hat-trick scored by the striker against, the Norwegian prodigy split a double with an assist, allowing Dortmund to take an option on qualifying with a 3-2 success in Andalusia. As for the forward, he continues to panic counters like no one in the Champions League. Thanks to his two goals, the Borussia striker now has 17 goals after just 13 C1 appearances. Never before in the history of the most prestigious European Cup. And if we are to believe the former Salzburg player, the recital delivered by his Parisian alter ego in Catalonia is not for nothing in his XXL performance. “It's good to score goals. I love the Champions League and when I saw Mbappé score a hat-trick, that motivated me. So thank you to him. It was a beautiful evening ", he explained at the end of the meeting, assuring nevertheless not to be in competition with the French:" It's just that I saw him score nice goals, c it's like I got a free boost. " Free but effective.
Interior nominee Haaland vows 'balance' on energy, climate .
Haaland would be the first Native American to lead a Cabinet agency, but her stance on oil and gas drilling has stirred GOP opposition.Deb Haaland, a New Mexico congresswoman named to lead the Interior Department, said she is committed to “strike the right balance” as the agency manages energy development and seeks to restore and protect the nation's sprawling federal lands.