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SAN-SATIONAL Borussia Dortmund 2 PSV 0

Dortmund PSV

JADON SANCHO showed Manchester United what they are missing by firing Borussia Dortmund into the quarters.

The exiled Red Devils winger’s 20-yard beauty just two minutes in was enough to beat PSV 2-1 on aggregate before he hobbled off late on.

Sancho

Sancho, 23, admitted at the weekend that he has “disappointed” since going back to Dortmund on loan in January after falling out with Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag.

But it’s now back-to-back goals following his early struggles, leaving him chasing a Champions League crown while his United future remains up in the air.

The Yellow Wall was jumping at kick-off and Sancho sent them wild with his first knockout goal in the competition.

Picking it up 20 yards out, he shifted it to his right and fired a stunner into the bottom corner.

A revitalised Sancho was running the show, involved in everything as they battered PSV in the first half without extending their lead.

Striker Niclas Fullkrug lashed a great chance wide before keeper Walter Benitez kept his side in it with a great double stop.

Dutchman Donyell Malen was then inches away as his former club clung on in at the Westfalenstadion.

PSV finally got to grips as the opening 45 minutes wore on with Belgian winger Johan Bakayoko posing the greatest threat.