Borussia Dortmund 4-0 Eintracht Frankfurt: Jadon Sancho and Erling Braut Haaland score

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    Jadon Sancho

    Jadon Sancho is the top scoring teenager in Bundesliga history with 26

    Borussia Dortmund wonderkids Jadon Sancho and Erling Braut Haaland scored again as they beat Eintracht Frankfurt to move up to second in the Bundesliga.

    Lukasz Piszczek fired Dortmund into the lead with a fine 20-yard strike.

    England’s Sancho expertly controlled Axel Witsel’s pass out to the left wing, cut inside and slammed a low shot into the bottom corner.

    Fellow teenager Haaland tapped home from six yards out before Raphael Guerreiro blasted in a fourth.

    Sancho has netted 12 times in his past 14 games in all competitions.

    Norway striker Haaland has scored nine goals in his first six games for Dortmund since a £17m switch from RB Salzburg last month. He is the first player to score eight goals in his first five Bundesliga appearances.

    Only eight players have scored more Bundesliga goals than Haaland this season.

    Dortmund are one point behind leaders Bayern Munich, who visit Cologne on Sunday.

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    Line-ups

    B Dortmund

    • 1Bürki
    • 26Piszczek
    • 15Hummels
    • 2Zagadou
    • 5Hakimi
    • 28Witsel
    • 27CanSubstituted forDahoudat 64'minutes
    • 13Guerreiro
    • 7SanchoSubstituted forReynaat 75'minutes
    • 17HaalandSubstituted forGötzeat 79'minutes
    • 23T Hazard

    Substitutes

    • 8Dahoud
    • 10Götze
    • 14Schulz
    • 16Akanji
    • 18Balerdi
    • 22Morey
    • 29Schmelzer
    • 32Reyna
    • 35Hitz

    Frankfurt

    • 1Trapp
    • 18Touré
    • 19Abraham
    • 13Hinteregger
    • 2Ndicka
    • 3Ilsanker
    • 17RodeSubstituted forSowat 78'minutes
    • 22ChandlerBooked at 22mins
    • 11GacinovicSubstituted forDostat 45'minutes
    • 10Kostic
    • 33André SilvaSubstituted forMendes Paciênciaat 82'minutes

    Substitutes

    • 8Sow
    • 9Dost
    • 15Kamada
    • 20Hasebe
    • 24da Costa
    • 25Durm
    • 28Kohr
    • 32Rönnow
    • 39Mendes Paciência

    Referee:Bastian DankertAttendance:81,365

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    Match Stats

    Home TeamB DortmundAway TeamFrankfurtPossessionHome63%Away37%ShotsHome17Away1Shots on TargetHome7AwayCornersHome5AwayFoulsHome7Away4

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    Match ends, Borussia Dortmund 4, Eintracht Frankfurt 0.

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