The Borussia Dortmund returned from the winter break in the Bundesliga looking like he needed another to the battle to beat Wolfsburg 2-0 on Sunday.

It was until recovery time that Jadon Sancho was able to secure victory in a counterattack, shaking off the mark of Brazilian full-back Paulo Otávio before defining just when he had to beat only the goalkeeper.

It was the English forward’s first goal in his 12 games in the German league this season, a marked decline compared to last season when he contributed 17 goals. That got the attention of Manchester United in a major transfer. Sancho had seven goals and eight passes for goal after 12 Bundesliga appearances last season.

Sancho also sent the pass on a corner kick on Manuel Akanji’s goal in the 66th minute, but it had been a frustrating match for Dortmund despite the return of star forward Erling Haaland after a muscle injury that kept him away. of the courts for a month.

We knew what to expect, but we also complicated the situation ourselves, “said new Dortmund manager Edin Terzić after his first home win.

The game came on a long hiatus midway through the second half for a VAR review on a possible hand from Axel Witsel. The Dortmund midfielder was unable to avoid contact with Renato Steffen’s header from close range and referee Manuel Gräfe decided not to call an infringement.

Wolfsburg came to be seen as the team most likely to score, but after that review break, they had very few chances as play was repeatedly interrupted by Gräfe.