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“BIG FLOP”: Dortmund fans made fun of Jadon Sancho, a loanee from Manchester United, for his poor performance, which included dropping the ball 12 times during the match against PSV with a score of 1-1. ‷

Jadon Sancho, a Manchester United loanee, put on yet another subpar display as Borussia Dortmund was held to a 1-1 draw in the Champions League by PSV Eindhoven, the dominant team in the Eredivisie.

Donyell Malen gave Dortmund the lead in the 24th minute with a stunning shot.

Marcel Sabitzer, a former United midfielder, passed the ball to Malen, who turned and finished in the top-right corner.

The Dutch club matched the score just eleven minutes into the half, despite the Bundesliga squad looking in control as they kept PSV from scoring.

The striker Luuk de Jong scored a goal from the penalty spot that flew past custodian Alexander Meyer and into one of the lower corners.

The majority of United supporters were focused on Sancho, who had a forgettable game over the weekend as Dortmund and Wolfsburg drew 1-1.

That time, Sancho played for eighty minutes, but against PSV, he only played for sixty-eight.

The Englishman’s accuracy rate on personal passes was 71%.

Twelve times he lost possession of the ball. Sancho was once discovered to be offside. He was unable to register a shot or even provide his teammates a chance.

Naturally, the winger failed to contribute to any goals.

Sancho had 31 touches of the ball while he was on the pitch, according to Sofascore. He attempted two crosses and only time did he find his intended recipient.

Of the two long balls he attempted to ping, the 23-year-old delivered one.

It seems that some Dortmund supporters are already losing patience with Sancho.

These days, [Marco] Reus and Sancho are complete failures. It’s unfortunate, I was expecting for Champions League BVB, but things just don’t get much better,” a Bundesliga club supporter commented on X.

“Sancho is truly being compensated for his previous employment with BVB. He hasn’t demonstrated anything at all, and you have a young player on the bench who can pose a threat to a defence. Another added, “[Edin] Terzic is loyal to the worst players ever.”

“Get Sancho outta here, man,” exclaimed a frustrated supporter.

Following two impressive performances in the Bundesliga with two assists, Sancho reverted to his typical portrayal of a struggling player. The athlete who was born in 2000 has not yet made his Germany debut. Notably, since rejoining the Bundesliga to play football, Sancho has not participated in a full ninety minutes of play in a match.

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