Jadon Sancho scored a second-half hat-stunt as Borussia Dortmund completed second with a comfortable 6-1 victory over Paderborn ‘s bottom leg.
Paderborn annoyed Dortmund for significant lots in the primary half, in this way generating a couple of presentable scoring chances through Christopher Antworti-Adjei, who pulled the two sides of BVB’s best work. Thorgan Hazard constrained Leopold Zingerle into a decent save with the opening of Dortmund’s first note until Raphael Guerreiro came to a nearby with an enraged strike heading down the corner before a defender from Paderborn meddled with it to a wide range.
Emre Can be sent a header past the post and roll over as Lucien Favre ‘s side entered with a lot of thought food into the break stage.
Gerrit Holtmann flashed an appealing ball across the goal soon after the restart yet neither Ansi-Adjei nor Dennis Srebeny was able to apply the completing weight.
This was the wake-up call that Dortmund required, as Achraf Hakimi brought the best out of Zingerle, and Hazard capped an exertion wide before meeting Guerreiro ‘s low ball to break the deadlock.
Sancho opened in another speedy attempt from Julian Brandt’s inch-immaculate cross however Paderborn declined to quit. Sieben had precluded an offside attempt and previous Dortmund defender Uwe Hünemeier decreased the arrears on the penalty spot, just for Sancho to fire in from 18 yards and for Hakimi to add a fourth. Individual substitute Marcel Schmelzer changed over into Axel Witsel ‘s cross after US teenager Gio Reyna walked into the stubble of a maiden Bundesliga goal, with Sancho finishing his hat-stunt from close up in added time.