Jadon Sancho Leads Borussia Dortmund’s Celebrations after Champions League Victory Over PSG and Hums Chart-buster Adele Song

Jadon Sancho Leads Borussia Dortmund’s Celebrations after Champions League Victory Over PSG and Hums Chart-buster Adele Song

Jadon Sancho unleashes Adele song in Dortmund’s celebrations after beating PSG

Jadon Sancho led Borussia Dortmund’s changing room celebrations after their win over PSG in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final clash at Parc des Princes. Man United loanee was seen in a jolly mood singing and dancing in the company of his other teammates as he firmly stood up on a center table with a speaker in one of his hands.

The 24-year-old winger was singing an Adele song known by the name of – ‘Someone Like You’. The song is a chart-buster and is widely liked by listeners around the world. The English singer-songwriter Adele has many hit songs to her name in her musical journey so far. However, the way Jadon Sancho was grooving and singing along to the tunes of the singer’s song, the fans still are in complete awe of this side of the player.

With his hands up in the air, Sancho slowly garnered momentum and decided to lead his teammates as they sang ‘Someone Like You’ in an appeasing synchronization. The viral clip has been doing the rounds on social media and has spiced up Dortmund’s victory over PSG. The German club has reached the UCL finals after a gap of 11 years and hence maybe they deserve to celebrate every inch of it. However, they would like to go on and lift the prestigious trophy this time around.

Clinical Borussia Dortmund edged past lack-lustered PSG to secure a place in the Champions League final

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Borussia Dortmund players in UCL match against PSG | Image Credit: Tuoi Tre News

The Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund were leading the tie 1-0 before their trip to France to face PSG in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final clash. However, a fixture that was termed as a tough one for the German club to get a result from, proved to be a good day at the office for them as they defeated Les Parisiens and secured a place in the competition’s final to be played at the Wembley stadium in London, England.

A Matts Hummels goal just five minutes into the second half of the clash proved enough for Dortmund to clinch the match by a scoreline of 0-1 and the tie on the aggregate score of 0-2 in their favor. It remains to be seen who Dortmund will face in the finals of the UCL with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich yet to play their second leg of the other semi-final fixture.

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