Borussia Dortmund 1-0 Freiburg: Jadon Sancho scores for seventh home game in row

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    Jadon Sancho

    Jadon Sancho is three goals short of Kevin Keegan’s 17 – the record for an English player in a Bundesliga season

    England teenager Jadon Sancho scored in a seventh consecutive home Bundesliga appearance as Borussia Dortmund beat Freiburg.

    Only Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – now at Arsenal – has ever had a longer run for the club, with 11 home goals in a row.

    Sancho tapped home Thorgan Hazard’s cross from six yards out for the game’s only goal.

    The 19-year-old winger has now scored 14 goals and assisted another 14 in the league this season.

    Dortmund remain third, four points behind leaders Bayern Munich.

    In-form Erling Braut Haaland came on in the 63rd minute and failed to score in a home league match for the first time since September 2018 when his Molde side lost to Rosenborg in Norway’s top flight.

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    B Dortmund

    • 1Bürki
    • 26Piszczek
    • 15HummelsSubstituted forAkanjiat 45'minutes
    • 2Zagadou
    • 5Hakimi
    • 27CanBooked at 68mins
    • 28Witsel
    • 13Guerreiro
    • 19BrandtSubstituted forHaalandat 63'minutes
    • 7Sancho
    • 23T HazardSubstituted forReynaat 81'minutes


    • 8Dahoud
    • 14Schulz
    • 16Akanji
    • 17Haaland
    • 18Balerdi
    • 22Morey
    • 29Schmelzer
    • 32Reyna
    • 35Hitz


    • 1Schwolow
    • 5Gulde
    • 3Lienhart
    • 23HeintzSubstituted forSchlotterbeckat 86'minutes
    • 7Schmid
    • 19HabererSubstituted forKeitelat 45'minutes
    • 27Höfler
    • 30Günter
    • 22SallaiSubstituted forHölerat 70'minutes
    • 32Grifo
    • 18Petersen


    • 4Schlotterbeck
    • 9Höler
    • 16Ravet
    • 21Borrello
    • 24Itter
    • 26Flekken
    • 34Tempelmann
    • 36Keitel

    Referee:Robert HartmannAttendance:81,365

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    Home TeamB DortmundAway TeamFreiburgPossessionHome65%Away35%ShotsHome16Away13Shots on TargetHome2Away4CornersHome6Away4FoulsHome5Away9

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    Match ends, Borussia Dortmund 1, Sport-Club Freiburg 0.


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