Sancho played 90 minutes for Dortmund.

Jadon Sancho produced some ridiculous skill during Borussia Dortmund's win vs Freiburg

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Jadon Sancho is no longer a secret.

After leaving Manchester City, Sancho had escaped the attention of the English media.

But with the wonderkid tearing up the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund this season, it was only a matter of time before everyone in his native country started talking about him.

His performances have already seen him make three appearances for England and it seems there is very little doubt that he’s a superstar in the making.

And he demonstrated that once again during Dortmund’s 2-0 victory over Freiburg.

Sancho played the entire game as Dortmund went seven points clear at the top of the league.

And a moment in the 93rd-minute wowed fans around the world.


Sancho collected the ball inside his half and was quickly surrounded by two opponents.

However, he beat both of them with a superb ‘roulette’ turn.

But that wasn’t enough for Sancho.


He was then confronted by another two Freiburg players and, once again, performed a ‘roulette’ turn to escape.



Take a look:

What a baller.

Earlier today, an interview with Raheem Sterling appeared in The Times and the Manchester City star had some advice for his “friend.”

“Football is a competition,” Sterling said in the interview.

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“Me and Jadon are friends off the field, someone I really want to see do well, someone I try to help, tell him little things I've learnt, like buckle down quicker than I did. Don't wait until you're 21.”

Well, it looks as though Sancho isn’t waiting around to “buckle down.”

Jadon Sancho
Raheem Sterling
England Football
Borussia Dortmund
Premier League
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