Since returning to Dortmund on loan from Manchester United earlier this month, the England international is currently participating in his second game for the club.After being away from United’s first team for four months, Sancho was not in good enough shape to play matches.
However, he did not allow this deficiency show in his energetic cameo performance against Darmstadt last week, during which he provided an assist.
In addition, Sancho emerged victorious from the penalty spot in the early stages of the second half, marking his first start in his second stint with the club.
After running into the penalty area and getting past the defender Rasmus Cartensen, the number 10 was eventually brought back by the Dane by the Dane.
Niclas Fullkrug, a forward for Germany, took responsibility for the penalty kick and scored to put Dortmund ahead by a score of 2-0 at the 58-minute mark.Patrick Berger, a reporter for Sky Germany, stated that Sancho “begged” the 30-year-old to let him take the penalty, but Fullkrug ultimately declined his plea. Berger’s statement was uploaded on the website of Sky Germany.
It seemed as though there were not a lot of resentment between the two players after the game, as evidenced by the fact that they hugged one other during the celebrations that followed.
Donyell Malen, a former forward for Arsenal, scored a goal for Dortmund just three minutes later, extending their lead to 3-0.
The team managed by Edin Terzic now has the same number of points as RB Leipzig, who are now in fourth place in the race for the final Champions League qualification spot.
Youssoufa Moukoko, who came on as a substitute, made it 4-0 in the final minute of injury time to seal the victory for Edin Terzic’s team.
However, the game as a whole was not completely free of controversy for the most part.
As a form of protest against the proposed introduction of private equity investors into the Bundesliga, fans threw chocolate coins onto the field, which resulted in the match being stopped after only twelve minutes of play.Additionally, both groups of supporters displayed banners that were in opposition to the plans.
These banners were similar to the ones that were displayed before Dortmund’s Champions League home match against Newcastle in November.