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Sancho’s initial impact on Dortmund return has Gary Neville in hysterics over supposed Man Utd ‘flop’

22 minutes were all it took for supposed Man United ‘flop’ Jadon Sancho to get make a lightning quick comeback in the hunt for goals after making his second debut for Borussia Dortmund, which had Manchester United legend Gary Neville in hysterics.

If there were detractors still harboring suspicions regarding Sancho’s earlier proven skills around the goal area, the former Man United outcast swiftly put those doubts to bed.

The England international was on the field for barely 22 minutes in his second debut for his former club Borussia Dortmund on Saturday – where he had quickly risen to prominence before being eagerly whisked away by the Red Devils – when he quickly pounced on an opportunity to tee up Marco Reus for an essential second goal en route to a 3-0 win.

Man United icon and former skipper Gary Neville candidly burst out with boisterous laughter as the player frozen out by by Erik ten Hag instantly underlined his intrinsic qualities by rising immediately to the occasion again back in the the Bundesliga.

Sancho, 23, had been put on ice for the past four months away from the rest of the United squad after disagreeing with his former United boss regarding his performance in training while preparing for their clash against the Gunners then.

It is clearly evident – judging from this most recent performance, at least – that the winger apparently hasn’t lost any of his swift-footed abilities and his amazing potential to suddenly turn the tide in favor of his side.