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Jadon Sancho breaks Bundesliga goalscoring record
Hot transfer property Jadon Sancho became the youngest player ever to score 22 Bundesliga goals on Tuesday.
The 19-year-old England winger, who has been linked with Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea, netted for Borussia Dortmund in their 3-3 draw with RB Leipzig.
Sancho grabbed an assist in the first half at Signal Iduna Park when he played a ball for Julian Brandt, who gave his side a 2-0 lead with a turn and finish from close range.
Timo Werner, another player who has been linked with Liverpool, grabbed two quick goals to level the score at 2-2 by the 53rd minute.
Sancho got on the scoresheet when he took a touch from a Marco Reus pass and slammed home from close range.
However, in the 71st minute the teenager was forced off with a muscle injury.
Sancho reached 22 career Bundesliga goals at age 19 years, 267 days, breaking the previous record set by Horst Koppels in 1968 (19 years, 269 days).(Image: REUTERS)
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Good morning and happy anniversary, to those of you who were around when Alan Fettis famously scored against Oxford United. For those who do remember, allow yourself to reminisce. If you don’t already know, allow yourself to be educated over your morning cornflakes by the man himself.
The improbable story began an hour or so before kick-off. Alan Fettis, still recovering from a thumb injury that had kept him out for two months, was helping fellow goalkeeper Steve Wilson to warm-up ahead of Hull City’s home game against Oxford United.
Then out came Neil Allison with an unexpected message from Terry Dolan.
“He ran on and told me that the manager had given me the number 12 shirt and I’d be on the bench as an outfield player,” recalled Fettis.
“Neil was one of the biggest pranksters going so I honestly didn’t believe him. It was only when I went back in after Steve’s warm-up that Terry told me himself. I still didn’t dream that I’d end up coming on.”
Alan Fettis remembers THAT Hull City goal against Oxford United 25 years on