ERLING HAALAND was told to "go f*** your grandmother" by Schalke star Jean-Clair Todibo just moments before scoring.
The Borussia Dortmund striker was insulted by Todibo in the Bundesliga's first game back.
With no fans in the ground, microphones picked up every sound at the Signal Iduna Park, with the game being compared to a "training session".
The X-rated flashpoint came in the 23rd minute as Schalke defended a corner.
The cameras picked up Haaland and Todibo exchanging verbals before the 20-year-old French centre-back's vile remark.
Haaland, 19, is from Norway, so hopefully he was not able to understand what Todibo said – unlike fans on social media.
One said: "Below the belt that."
Another commented: "Haaland's living in his head rent free."
To make matters worse, Todibo then briefly injured himself before being subbed off at half-time.
It was Haaland who had the last laugh when he broke the deadlock with the first goal of the Bundesliga restart.
The Manchester United target got onto the end of Thorgan Hazard's cross in the 29th minute.
Haaland had to wait 66 days to find the back of the net owing to the coronavirus lockdown.
And to mark it he showed off a new 'social distancing celebration' with team-mates in the corner.
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