Sancho Grateful to Dortmund for Believing in Him

Jadon Sancho, who is now on loan at Borussia Dortmund, stated he will always hold a particular place in his heart for the German team after they defeated PSV Eindhoven 2-0 on Wednesday to advance to the Champions League quarterfinals.

Sancho paid 85 million euros ($92.97 million) to join Manchester United from Dortmund in August 2021, but he was unable to secure a regular role and, after getting into a fight with manager Erik ten Hag, temporarily returned to Germany.

To secure a 3-1 aggregate victory and a trip to the quarterfinals for the first time in three years, the 23-year-old struck early on against Eindhoven and Marco Reus added a goal in the final minutes.

“I’ve always got a special place for Dortmund,” Sancho told TNT Sports.

“This is where I kind of made my name. I’ve got to be grateful to them, but also to my team mates, for believing in me.

“We had the advantage because we’re playing in front of our home fans … From the first whistle to the last, we stuck at our game plan and I’m happy that we got the win.”

Dortmund are fourth in the Bundesliga and face Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday.


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