The Norwegian prodigy continues to star in front of goal with one pundit declaring his skills clearly haven’t come from his father
After tapping home the opening goal, Haaland then restored Dortmund’s lead with a thunderous strike just moments after Neymar had equalised for Thomas Tuchel’s side.
“He’s always on the half turn, he’s not squared up looking at his own goal. He’s really pacey. He’s got that sixth sense that all the top strikers have,” Souness said of Haaland to Virgin Media.
“He’s in the right place at the right time. He looks like he’s quicker than anyone, he’s bigger than anyone. He’s got a great chance of being a top man, hasn’t he?
“His mother must have been a good player because his dad was a plodder.”
Haaland has now scored 10 Champions League goals in just seven appearances, reaching the tally four games quicker than any other player in the competition’s history.
The Norwegian star has also now bagged 11 goals across his first seven games for Dortmund, with Souness adamant Haaland’s decision to move to Germany rather than Old Trafford was the right one.
“It’s easier to play at Dortmund than it is at Manchester United right now,” Souness said.
Haaland recently hit out at ‘comical’ claims that wage demands saw him pick Dortmund over the Red Devils.
According to the Bundesliga club, it was actually a video of their fans that played a big part in Haaland’s decision to sign with them.