Borussia Dortmund winger, Jadon Sancho has been one of the finest talents in the world in recent time.
While he has staked a claim as a player whose career may be one of the most sought after in football, the Bundesliga caught up with him to see how he lives his life, his club side and how far he has come.
In a question and answer session with the official magazine of the German league, Sancho said the team has huge potentials but must learn to kill games and keep good focus.
Do you have a pre-game ritual?
Personally, I think when we go in front, just to keep our focus, because our focus lacks in that area of the field. When we score, they score straight away, and they get back into the game – I feel like we need to be stronger in that, but other than that, I feel like we play very good football, we connect well, we get great opportunities to score. It’s about keeping that winning mentality to the last whistle.
What does football mean to you?
I just love football. You can’t really
take that out of me – I just love the game, and love the sport. So yeah, if I had a choice I’d play every day until I’m 100 years old. But unfortunately, some time I’ll have to step down from football when my body gets old! Of course. Football will be my first love forever.