Manchester United loanee to Borussia Dortmund is indeed ‘playing football again with a smile on the face’ after his Manchester United deadlock, MySportDab reports.
Sancho starred in his first match for Borussia Dortmund days after joining the club from Manchester United on a short-term loan deal
It was a groundbreaking and factory-resetting career restart for the English winger. Coming on from the bench, Sancho recorded an immediate impact in the game, assisting his teammate Marco Reus to score Borussia Dortmund’s second goal in the game in the club’s 3-0 win over Darmstadt.
Sancho’s performance said a lot about his 140 days of deadlock at Old Trafford that nearly brought his career to a halt.
Speaking after bagging his first assist on his return to Dortmund, Sancho said;
“It was meant to be, coming back and seeing Marco again. He’s a great friend of mine and I’m happy to set up his goal. [My goal is] to be happy again, to be back on the pitch and to help the team, get them back in the top three and qualify for the Champions League.”
The sparkling and impactful start for Borussia Dortmund has set the Man United loanee on the ground to breathe life back into his career.
Sancho left Manchester United as a last resort after his fallout with Manchester United manager. He was exiled from Man United’s first team, training facilities, and dining halls in a clampdown by Erik ten Hag after he failed to apologize to the Dutch.
Back again to action after the 140 days stalemate, the 23-year-old will be hoping to restore his career with Dortmund and possibly seal a permanent deal with the club when the short-term deal expires.
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