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'Bundesliga has belief in young players' – Sancho & Nelson on life in Germany

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The Whatsapp group messages between Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson have been pinging away all season.

The England youngsters – both 18 – are plying their trade in the German Bundesliga – Sancho with Borussia Dortmund and Nelson at Hoffenheim.

They message each other all the time, especially when one of them has had a good game.

And with 11 goals and eight assists between them in all competitions, there’s been plenty of group chat “banter” so far.

“I’ve got love for him, he’s got love for me,” Sancho told BBC Sport. “We just keep on pushing each other. If I do well on a weekend, I think it pushes him. It motivates both of us. I like seeing Reiss do well and I’m sure he likes seeing me do well, so it’s good.”

Reiss Nelson and Jadon Sancho in all competitions this season (source: Opta)
Nelson at Hoffenheim Sancho at Dortmund
Games played 11 17
Games started 4 8
Minutes played 413 859
Goals 6 5
Assists 0 8
Chances created (including assists) 14 26
Passes 149 467
Passing accuracy 89.93% 84.37%

What’s in the Whatsapp chat?

Nelson and Sancho were both part of the same Southwark side which won the Under-11s competition at the London Youth Games in 2011.

Now, former Manchester City player Sancho is part of a Dortmund team that sits on top of the Bundesliga and he was instrumental again during Saturday’s thrilling 3-2 victory over Bayern Munich.

On loan Arsenal winger Nelson had a “rocky start” but has since scored six goals in seven league games for fifth-placed Hoffenheim.

“We have a group chat – it’s me, Sanch and a couple of other boys,” explained Nelson, in a separate BBC Sport interview.

“It’s not a competition between me and Jadon… but more like ‘Sanch assists another one’ with the eyes emoji. Then it’s like, ‘Reiss, what you gonna do today?’ I’m just like, ‘Leave it, let’s crack on’.

“We message each other every day and, if he’s got a game a day before mine I’m like, ‘Sanch, you know what you’ve got to do today, come on, do what you can do’.

“He says the same to me. It’s a healthy relationship. We’re encouraging each other but I don’t think it’s a rivalry thing. It will never be that for me.”

Sancho agrees.

“Me and Reiss, growing up together, playing together when we were younger – we’ve got a strong bond,” he said.

“We banter a bit! When we played Hoffenheim, we drew that game but the banter you know will always be [there].”

So should other young players move abroad?

Players aged 21 or under accounted for just 5.3% of all Premier League minutes played this season up until last weekend. That’s lower than the French, German, Italian and Spanish leagues, according to research by a CIES study.

And in terms of English-qualified players of any age, there has been an average of 29.8% starting Premier League games this season. Taking a snapshot of last weekend’s fixtures, that figure was 21.2% among the traditional top six clubs of Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester United.

“If English clubs are not giving you a chance then abroad is always an option,” said winger Sancho. “They’re always open to just seeing your ability and, hopefully, if you’re good enough then you get your chance. That’s how I felt.

“That’s what the Bundesliga is about. They believe in you, they trust you and, even if you’re so young, they wouldn’t get you out here if they didn’t really believe in your ability.

“I’m not saying English clubs don’t believe in your ability, I’m just saying I think they [Bundesliga clubs] look at it earlier than the English clubs will do.”

Nelson, who claimed the Bundesliga’s rookie of the month award for October, added: “Sanch started the trend, I’d say. I call him every day and he’s obviously saying we are kind of setting the trend for the young boys to come over.

“I know a lot of the top [young] players in England as well and they’re always saying, ‘How is life in Germany, how is the Bundesliga?’ and I’m just saying, ‘It’s great’.

“They believe in young players and that’s the main thing. Getting the belief behind you to play football.

“It might no be so good for England if they [young players] all leave, but on a personal level, I think it will be great for young players to get playing time and show everyone what they can do.”

Why did you move abroad and how good has it been?

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Sancho left Manchester City and joined Dortmund for £10m in August 2017. He turned down a new deal that City manager Pep Guardiola said he had agreed to sign as he went in search of regular first-team football.

“I just felt I was ready for the next step and I felt Borussia Dortmund was a great club to move to and develop my career,” said Sancho.

“It’s taking my game to a different level, only because I’m playing and getting the chance to show the world what I can do on the pitch.”

England Under-21 striker Nelson left Arsenal on a season-long loan.

“For me, I always want to be the best player I can be,” he said. “I’m 18 and I thought going to the Bundesliga will give me a challenge and doing that would make me become a better footballer and a better person as well throughout life.

“I wanted to challenge myself and see what I could do. It’s going well so far.

“It’s incredible. But I’ve just got to keep it up. It’s not just for the six games, I’ve got to do it throughout the season.

“I don’t know where it’s going to take me, but I’ve just got to keep my feet on the ground and keep positive.”

What’s life like in Germany?

Sancho is in the more metropolitan city of Dortmund compared with the quieter town of Heidelberg, where Nelson has chosen to live.

“I like it. I’ve settled down now – got my apartment and I’m loving it here,” said Sancho.

“The city is nice. I go for little strolls, I’m getting to learn the language as well, so everything’s going well so far.

“My dad’s over here at the moment, so he’s just looking after me. I’ve actually got a chef – Dortmund recommended him and he’s helped me a lot, keeping me healthy and in shape.

“There’s a lot of foreigners in the dressing room so I think it’s just normal to them, but it’s nice to be around everyone. There are different cultures and you get to learn different things.”

Nelson has swapped the bustle of London for a town which, according to Wikipedia, has “roughly a quarter of its population being students”.

“London is a very big place but I’m in a small town called Heidelberg and I’m here with my family,” said Nelson. “I’m happy at the moment and I’m playing, so it’s all going well.

“It [Hoffenheim] is a small little village. I’ve got my mum and my brother here – they’re exploring Heidelberg and they say to me they love it, so that’s just all good for me.”

He added: “I can speak a bit of German. I’m having German lessons and it’s going well. The boys banter me sometimes, the way I speak, but that’s just what comes with it.”

What about the future?

Reiss Nelson (left) and Jadon Sancho<!–<!–[if lte IE 8]><![endif]–>

Sancho’s form has led to him breaking into the England squad and he made his debut in a goalless draw in Croatia on 12 October. He came on for Raheem Sterling after 78 minutes and produced an impressive cameo appearance.

“I feel like I’m just doing my job really, I don’t really look at myself as the next big thing,” he said.

“I’m just here to do my job and I just want to play – that’s the love of the game really.

“I think if I keep this up I can go a long way, but I’ve just got to keep grounded and keep focused.”

Sancho added: “Right now I’m just focused on season-by-season, game-by-game. I couldn’t really tell you the future.

“But, country-wise, I hope I get more senior caps, that would be fantastic for me and my family. I’ve just got to keep on working hard and you never know what’s next.”

Nelson moved to Hoffenheim on the back of signing a new long-term contract with Arsenal and Gunners fans can rest easy when he talks about his next destination.

“Arsenal are my boyhood club,” he said. “I’ve been with them since I was eight, so that’s 10 years.

“I just want to go back there stronger because at the time I was at Arsenal I was 16, 17 and I didn’t feel confident.

“I didn’t think I was a man, but now I’m feeling stronger and I think a couple more months or even a year in Hoffenheim will make me strong and give me the belief and confidence to go back to Arsenal and do very good there.

“I want to be an Arsenal legend. And, for England, it’s the best. You can’t beat playing for your country I don’t think.”

Jadon Sancho & Reiss Nelson were speaking in separate interviews to BBC Sport’s David Ornstein

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Scotland slip to narrow defeat against world champions USA

Kirsty Smith and Mallory Pugh

Scotland delivered a spirited display against world champions the United States in Paisley, but were unable to avoid a first defeat in six games.

Shelley Kerr’s side performed stoutly against the world’s best, who had won the previous four meetings.

However, slack marking allowed Alex Morgan to volley in a Mallory Pugh cross from the right after 39 minutes.

Pugh won a penalty just after the hour, but Carli Lloyd scudded the spot kick against the bar in front of 3790 fans.

Scotland’s best effort – as they chased an unlikely equaliser – was a Lana Clelland drive that was pushed past a post.

The Scots will now turn their attentions to the World Cup draw on 8 December as they wait to find out who they will face in their debut in the competition.

Composed Scots acquit themselves well

Scotland started boldly. Winger Claire Emslie surprising the visitors as she charged through the American defence to show the Scots were not just here for appearances.

But Morgan’s showed how dangerous the USA can be with a weaving run, only for Pugh to hesitate slightly to spurn an effort at goal.

While the Scots were outplayed at times, they kept their composure and created chances of their own, with a Cuthbert corner nearly finding its way into the net when the USA failed to clear.

Captain Rachel Corsie’s experience of playing in the American top-flight showed alongside Jennifer Beattie at centre back but they could not reach the break unscathed.

Pugh angled in a teasing cross from the right and Orlando Pride’s Morgan had far too much room to calmly side foot in her 98th international goal.

Kerr’s side started the second half in a similarly energetic fashion, but Vittsjo’s Shannon Lynn – and interval replacement for Lee Alexander in goal – had to leap into action to fend off a Julie Ertz low shot.

A slight clip of Pugh’s heels by substitute Kirsty Smith almost gifted the USA a second, but Lloyd struck the cross bar and let the Scots off the hook.

The world champions did not relent but found themselves fruitlessly battering off a stubborn and organised Scotland side, who looked increasingly optimistic in their attack.

Fiorentina’s Clelland came close to an equaliser, with the ball falling to her wrong foot as the Scots searched for an equaliser.

Line-ups

Scotland Women

  • 1AlexanderSubstituted forLynnat 45′minutes
  • 14ArthurSubstituted forBrownat 45′minutes
  • 4Corsie
  • 5Beattie
  • 7LauderSubstituted forSmithat 45′minutes
  • 6LoveSubstituted forMurrayat 66′minutes
  • 9Weir
  • 20BrownSubstituted forArnotat 84′minutes
  • 22Cuthbert
  • 18Emslie
  • 13RossSubstituted forClellandat 75′minutes

Substitutes

  • 2Smith
  • 3Docherty
  • 8Ness
  • 10Crichton
  • 12Lynn
  • 15Murray
  • 16Murray
  • 17Brown
  • 19Clelland
  • 21Fife
  • 23Arnot
  • 24Kerr

USA Women

  • 24Harris
  • 2SonnettBooked at 36minsSubstituted forMcDonaldat 68′minutes
  • 7Dahlkemper
  • 4Sauerbrunn
  • 25FoxSubstituted forColapricoat 76′minutes
  • 16Lavelle
  • 8Ertz
  • 19Dunn
  • 11Pugh
  • 10LloydSubstituted forMewisat 90+3′minutes
  • 13MorganSubstituted forLongat 88′minutes

Substitutes

  • 3Mewis
  • 6Sullivan
  • 15Rapinoe
  • 18Franch
  • 20Long
  • 21McDonald
  • 22Colaprico
Referee:
Amy Fearn
Attendance:
3,790

Match Stats

Home TeamScotland WomenAway TeamUSA Women
Possession
Home34%
Away66%
Shots
Home8
Away10
Shots on Target
Home2
Away3
Corners
Home6
Away5
Fouls
Home10
Away7

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Match ends, Scotland Women 0, USA 1.

Full Time

Posted at 90’+4′

Second Half ends, Scotland Women 0, USA 1.

Posted at 90’+4′

Corner, USA. Conceded by Lizzie Arnot.

Substitution

Posted at 90’+3′

Substitution, USA. Samantha Mewis replaces Carli Lloyd.

Posted at 90’+2′

Corner, USA. Conceded by Lizzie Arnot.

Posted at 90’+2′

Attempt blocked. Caroline Weir (Scotland Women) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked.

Posted at 90’+1′

Foul by Julie Ertz (USA).

Posted at 90’+1′

Erin Cuthbert (Scotland Women) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Posted at 90′

Mallory Pugh (USA) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 90′

Foul by Erin Cuthbert (Scotland Women).

Posted at 90′

Corner, Scotland Women. Conceded by Allie Long.

Posted at 89′

Delay over. They are ready to continue.

Posted at 89′

Delay in match Carli Lloyd (USA) because of an injury.

Posted at 89′

Carli Lloyd (USA) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 89′

Foul by Christie Murray (Scotland Women).

Substitution

Posted at 88′

Substitution, USA. Allie Long replaces Alex Morgan.

Substitution

Posted at 84′

Substitution, Scotland Women. Lizzie Arnot replaces Fiona Brown.

Posted at 84′

Danielle Colaprico (USA) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 84′

Foul by Claire Emslie (Scotland Women).

Posted at 82′

Attempt blocked. Erin Cuthbert (Scotland Women) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Caroline Weir.

Posted at 80′

Corner, Scotland Women. Conceded by Ashlyn Harris.

Posted at 80′

Attempt saved. Lana Clelland (Scotland Women) left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Christie Murray.

Posted at 80′

Corner, Scotland Women. Conceded by Julie Ertz.

Posted at 77′

Attempt missed. Alex Morgan (USA) left footed shot from the left side of the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Carli Lloyd.

Posted at 76′

Corner, Scotland Women. Conceded by Becky Sauerbrunn.

Substitution

Posted at 76′

Substitution, USA. Danielle Colaprico replaces Emily Fox.

Substitution

Posted at 75′

Substitution, Scotland Women. Lana Clelland replaces Jane Ross.

Posted at 74′

Attempt missed. Erin Cuthbert (Scotland Women) right footed shot from more than 35 yards misses to the right.

Substitution

Posted at 68′

Substitution, USA. Jessica McDonald replaces Emily Sonnett.

Posted at 68′

Attempt missed. Christie Murray (Scotland Women) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left following a set piece situation.

Posted at 67′

Foul by Julie Ertz (USA).

Posted at 67′

Erin Cuthbert (Scotland Women) wins a free kick on the left wing.

Substitution

Posted at 66′

Substitution, Scotland Women. Christie Murray replaces Joanne Love.

Posted at 65′

Rose Lavelle (USA) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Posted at 65′

Foul by Joanne Love (Scotland Women).

Posted at 64′

Attempt missed. Carli Lloyd (USA) left footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Julie Ertz.

Posted at 62′

Penalty missed! Still Scotland Women 0, USA 1. Carli Lloyd (USA) hits the bar with a right footed shot.

Posted at 61′

Penalty USA. Mallory Pugh draws a foul in the penalty area.

Posted at 61′

Penalty conceded by Kirsty Smith (Scotland Women) after a foul in the penalty area.

Posted at 56′

Attempt saved. Jane Ross (Scotland Women) header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Fiona Brown with a cross.

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Callum Lang

League Two side Oldham avoided an FA Cup upset in dramatic fashion, with two late goals at Hampton & Richmond.

The National League South hosts looked on course for a famous victory after Chris Dickson’s first-half penalty.

But Rob Hunt’s 88th-minute equaliser pulled the Latics level, and Callum Lang scored the winner in the fifth minute of eight added on.

Frankie Bunn’s Oldham will travel to National League side Maidstone in the second round.

More to follow.

Line-ups

Hampton & Richmond

  • 1Lovelock
  • 2Miller-Rodney
  • 5Bray
  • 6Mambo
  • 3Mavila
  • 8MaclarenBooked at 36minsSubstituted forWellardat 64′minutes
  • 4Corcoran
  • 9DundasBooked at 90minsSubstituted forObiat 90+7′minutes
  • 7Joseph
  • 10DicksonSubstituted forMurrell-Williamsonat 85′minutes
  • 11ConnorsBooked at 69mins

Substitutes

  • 12Wellard
  • 13Burns
  • 14Uchechi
  • 15Murrell-Williamson
  • 16Hammond
  • 17Obi
  • 18Randall

Oldham

  • 1Iversen
  • 23Hunt
  • 26Clarke
  • 4Edmundson
  • 3Taylor
  • 2Dummigan
  • 5LydenSubstituted forMaoucheat 80′minutes
  • 6Gardner
  • 19Lang
  • 11MillerSubstituted forO’Gradyat 74′minutes
  • 8BaxterBooked at 26minsSubstituted forBrangerat 56′minutes

Substitutes

  • 7Coke
  • 10O’Grady
  • 17Missilou
  • 22Branger
  • 28Maouche
  • 34Hamer
  • 43McFarlane
Referee:
Tom Nield
Attendance:
2,720

Match Stats

Home TeamHampton & RichmondAway TeamOldham
Possession
Home37%
Away63%
Shots
Home11
Away24
Shots on Target
Home3
Away9
Corners
Home1
Away14
Fouls
Home10
Away19

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Match ends, Hampton & Richmond 1, Oldham Athletic 2.

Full Time

Posted at 90’+10′

Second Half ends, Hampton & Richmond 1, Oldham Athletic 2.

Posted at 90’+9′

Attempt missed. Rian Bray (Hampton & Richmond) header from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Ogo Obi with a cross.

Substitution

Posted at 90’+7′

Substitution, Hampton & Richmond. Ogo Obi replaces Craig Dundas.

Posted at 90’+7′

Corner, Oldham Athletic. Conceded by Tom Lovelock.

Posted at 90’+7′

Attempt saved. Mohammed Maouche (Oldham Athletic) right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner.

Posted at 90’+6′

Corner, Hampton & Richmond. Conceded by George Edmundson.

Goal!

Posted at 90’+4′

Goal! Hampton & Richmond 1, Oldham Athletic 2. Callum Lang (Oldham Athletic) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Chris O’Grady with a headed pass.

Posted at 90’+4′

Foul by Rob Hunt (Oldham Athletic).

Posted at 90’+4′

Jack Connors (Hampton & Richmond) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 90’+2′

Corner, Oldham Athletic. Conceded by Craig Dundas.

Posted at 90’+2′

Corner, Oldham Athletic. Conceded by Tyrell Miller-Rodney.

Booking

Posted at 90’+1′

Craig Dundas (Hampton & Richmond) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

Posted at 90’+1′

Dan Gardner (Oldham Athletic) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Posted at 90’+1′

Foul by Craig Dundas (Hampton & Richmond).

Posted at 90’+1′

Attempt blocked. Johan Branger (Oldham Athletic) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Cameron Dummigan with a cross.

Posted at 90′

Corner, Oldham Athletic. Conceded by Rian Bray.

Posted at 90′

Attempt saved. Johan Branger (Oldham Athletic) left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Chris O’Grady.

Goal!

Posted at 88′

Goal! Hampton & Richmond 1, Oldham Athletic 1. Rob Hunt (Oldham Athletic) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Dan Gardner following a fast break.

Posted at 88′

Attempt missed. Zak Joseph (Hampton & Richmond) right footed shot from the centre of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Jack Connors following a set piece situation.

Posted at 87′

Foul by George Edmundson (Oldham Athletic).

Posted at 87′

Tyrell Miller-Rodney (Hampton & Richmond) wins a free kick on the right wing.

Posted at 86′

Attempt missed. Dan Gardner (Oldham Athletic) right footed shot from outside the box is too high.

Posted at 86′

Attempt blocked. Cameron Dummigan (Oldham Athletic) right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Callum Lang.

Substitution

Posted at 85′

Substitution, Hampton & Richmond. Rhys Murrell-Williamson replaces Chris Dickson.

Posted at 83′

Attempt missed. Peter Clarke (Oldham Athletic) header from the right side of the six yard box misses to the left. Assisted by Dan Gardner with a cross following a corner.

Posted at 82′

Corner, Oldham Athletic. Conceded by Michael Corcoran.

Posted at 82′

Attempt blocked. Chris O’Grady (Oldham Athletic) left footed shot from a difficult angle on the left is blocked. Assisted by Mohammed Maouche.

Substitution

Posted at 80′

Substitution, Oldham Athletic. Mohammed Maouche replaces Jordan Lyden.

Posted at 80′

George Edmundson (Oldham Athletic) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 80′

Foul by Chris Dickson (Hampton & Richmond).

Posted at 79′

Foul by Callum Lang (Oldham Athletic).

Posted at 79′

Tom Lovelock (Hampton & Richmond) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 76′

Foul by Cameron Dummigan (Oldham Athletic).

Posted at 76′

Zak Joseph (Hampton & Richmond) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

Posted at 74′

Foul by Dan Gardner (Oldham Athletic).

Posted at 74′

Craig Dundas (Hampton & Richmond) wins a free kick in the attacking half.

Substitution

Posted at 74′

Substitution, Oldham Athletic. Chris O’Grady replaces Ishmael Miller.

Posted at 73′

Attempt blocked. Ishmael Miller (Oldham Athletic) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Andy Taylor.

Posted at 72′

Corner, Oldham Athletic. Conceded by Yado Mambo.

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