English teenager Jadon Sancho made his UEFA Champions League debut in Borussia Dortmund’s Group A win at Club Brugge on Tuesday.

Sancho went straight into the starting line-up, after producing two fine assists for Marius Wolf and Paco Alcacer in a 3-1 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga the previous weekend.

He is the youngest English player to make his Champions League bow for a foreign club in the competition's history, aged 18 years and 177 days old.

Watch: Highlights of Jadon Sancho's game-changing cameo against Frankfurt

The game in Belgium represented Sancho’s 14th in a Dortmund shirt since joining the club from the Manchester City youth team in summer 2017 - and he’s already made quite the impression.

The current England U19 international became the youngest Englishman in Bundesliga and first in BVB history to score in the German top flight, thanks to his effort against Bayer Leverkusen last April, and is currently averaging a goal or assist every 105 minutes.

Sancho is the seventh Englishman to debut in the Champions League for a non-British club, after Owen Hargreaves (Bayern Munich), Steve McManaman (Real Madrid), Matt Derbyshire (Olympiakos) Brian Deane, Scott Minto and Michael Thomas (all Benfica).

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