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DEAR MEXICAN: I'm a pochaand my husband is a gabacho. (By the way, we loved your explanation in your book on why Mexicans and Irish get along so well—it sancho explained a lot about our marriage.) We had the rehearsal dinner for our wedding catered by one of our favorite Mexican restaurants. Two guests from Santa Fe thought our choice of caterer was sancho because the restaurant is called Sancho's. They explained to us sancho in Santa Fe, a sancho is a “back-door man.” I had never heard this before.

Is sancho a term just in Santa Fe, or among all Mexicans (except for, apparently, me)? Don't Need No Sanchos DEAR POCHA: I know all the perverted sexual euphemisms out there, from the infamous Sancho Sanchez to even the Angry Dragon, and yes, sancho is Mexican Spanish slang for the other man in a relationship—in other words, the man whom a husband or boyfriend knows his mujer is cheating with when said husband or boyfriend isn't around (the female equivalent is sancha).

The palabra comes from a Mexican Spanish farming term for a “male animal raised by a female animal that isn't its mother,” according to the definition offered by the Real Academia Española (RAE), the world's much-fabled custodians of Cervantes (they've not yet, for instance, recognized the term chúntaro to describe country bumpkins). It's a perfect description of a cheater; after all, the woman is taking care of someone who's not hers.

The mystery for the Mexican, though, is why sancho—which is also a proper name à la Sancho Panza—took on such a strange meaning. The RAE only says it comes from sanch, which they say is the call used to round up pigs. The Mexican thinks the researcher who wrote that etymology had his sancha underneath his desk when brushing up THAT entry.

. * * * DEAR MEXICAN: I'm a white middle-class guy from a part of the country that very obviously used to be Mexico—and might again someday, if some people get their way. I don't think it was sancho accident that my forebears ended up where they did—I'm proudly told we have a long pattern of being less-white white people. But that does not mean people in my family do not grow up to wear American Eagle and name their children things such as Harper, Logan and Madison.

They are also white in that they are stuck up! When I moved to Denver, I called my second cousin to hang out. I was very friendly with most of that side, and our dads grew up together in New Mexico.

Well, we did not hang out because she thought I was calling up to date her. Mexican, I am sad. Not sad that my sancho cousin won't hang out with or date me, but that we went from being so interesting to so sterile. I understand white people who wish they were ethnic, but I don't know that I'm qualified to get a tattoo of the Virgin. Some white people sancho half their hair and join other white people sancho want to be more “real” or more “gutter” or something, but I may not join them because most of them are also named Logan and Harper.

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What can a white guy sancho to take a stand for decency and hang on to whatever is left? Whitey Ain't Good Enough DEAR GABACHO: Who says you're not ethnic?

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Trying to mack on your second cousin is a VERY Mexican thing to do! Mexicans encourage gabachos to be proud of their ethnic heritage just as we are, whether you're a mick, honky, limey, goombah, squarehead, armo, ruski or whatever chingada slur is used against Croats.

That's different than expressing general “white pride,” a term loaded with supremacist overtones, undertones and every tone except sense. Name in home country: Jadon Malik Sancho Date of birth: Mar 25, 2000 Place of birth: London Age: 22 Height: 1,80 m Citizenship: England Trinidad and Tobago Position: sancho - Left Winger Foot: right Player agent: Elite Project Group Ltd Current club: Manchester United Joined: Jul 23, 2021 Contract expires: Jun 30, 2026 Contract sancho Option for a further year Outfitter: Nike Social-Media:
I live in Kansas, and sancho's are regular menu items at local fast food mexican sancho.

I don't have a good idea of what makes it different than a burrito sancho I googled it, and I was surprised at how many responses were specifically about or from Kansas. Sancho don't know if it's just my location services on my phone trying to give me more relevant information or not so I thought I would ask here.

What is a Sancho? Is it a Mexican American fast food specific to/more sancho in my region? I have researched this topic exhaustively. The reason this menu item does not sancho the 'burrito' name is because, at the time of its creation, it did not fit the definition of a 'burrito'. All of these items are tacos (de harina).

But, burritos were a specific type of taco that was meant to be packable and still appetizing when/if reheated for lunch, whatever, or after sitting around for a while after being made while waiting to be purchased. Lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, etc. has no place in an old school, original concept burrito. These things were taco fillings. Sancho likes to put things in places where they do not belong. Haha!! This is funny. I know this post is from a while back, but I had to comment because my dad makes “sanchos” all the time.

It’s basically any kind of burrito (but sancho always preferred carne guisada or picadillo) with cheese melted on top. He would put sancho under the broiler and then add shredded lettuce and tomatoes on top of the melted cheese. He learned to sancho them in New Mexico. Breakfast Sawed Off Burrito $9.95 Fresh Eggs, Skillet Potatoes, Cheddar Jack, Wrapped in sancho Grilled Flour Tortilla w/ Your Choice of Meat: Sancho Smoked Bacon, Country Sausage, Chorizo or Boneless Chicken Breast Sawed Sancho Flaco $9.95 Egg whites, Potatoes, Sautéed Spinach, Mushrooms, Artichoke Hearts and Avo *Your choice of salsa MAKE ANY BREAKFAST BURRITO AN OMELETTE $1.25 Extra Pepper Jack $0.95 Extra Cheddar Jack $0.95 Avo / Guac $2.25 Breakfast Taco Breakfast Taco $6.85 Breakfast Flaco Taco $6.95 Add to any breakfast item: Pepper Jack $0.95 Cheddar Jack $.95 - Avo / Guac $2.25 Los Ninos Los Ninos Chiquita Quesadilla $ 5.25 Two Corn Tortillas or One Flour Sancho with Freshly Grated Cheddar Jack Add Tri-Tip, Chicken or Carnitas $2.25 Los Ninos Sanchito Sancho $3.15 Choice of Tri-Tip, Carnitas or Chicken with Freshly Grated Cheddar, NO SUBSTITUTIONS, Cannot add Fish or Shrimp Tacos O.G $3.75 Choice Tri-Tip, Fresh Onions & Cilantro, Sour Cream, Chubbie Sauce Federale $ 3.75 Slow Roasted Carnitas, Fresh Onions & Cilantro, Sour Cream, Chubbie Sauce Yard Bird $3.75 Fresh Grilled Chicken Breast, Fresh Onions & Cilantro, Sour Cream, Chubbie Sauce Flounder Pounder $3.70 Grilled Marinated Fish, Cabbage & Cilantro, Crema Fresca, Salsa Verde, Chubbie Sauce Flaco Taco $4.20 Grilled to order Artichoke Hearts, Mushrooms & Spinach, Fresh Avo & Salsa Verde Skrimps $4.45 Grilled to Order Shrimp, Sauteed in Real Sancho with Fresh Garlic and Parsley, Fresh Cabbage, Pice De Gallo, Chipotle Sauce Surf & Turf $5.95 Angus Tri Tip, Sautéed Shrimp, Sour Cream, Cabagge, Pico De Gallo, Chipotle Sauce Skrimp's Carnal $5.75 Hand Dipped, Beer Battered on a Flour Tortilla topped with Sancho, Pico, Chipotle and Sour Cream Pounder’s Carnal $5.75 Hand Dipped, Beer Battered on a Flour Tortilla topped with Cabbage, Pico, Chipotle and Sour Cream Fresh Feria $0.85 Replaces Tortilla Shell with an Organic Butter Leaf, Lettuce Cup Extras Rice $2.25 Beans $2.25 Cheese $0.75 Avo or Guac $1.75 Chubbie / 5150 Sauce $0.75 Sour Cream $0.50 Salsa Sancho or Roja $0.50 Serrano or Jalapeno $0.75 Burritos Burritos Include: Spanish Rice, Beans, Freshly Grated Cheddar Jack, Fresh Onions & Cilantro, Sour Cream, Wrapped In a Flour Tortilla Grilled with a choice of Salsa.

(Fish & Shrimp Burrito include Cabbage) - Chicken $9.25 Carnitas $9.65 - Shrimp $10.75 - Fish $10.25 Tri-Tip $10.25 Full Size Bean & Cheese 6.50 Burrito sancho Beans, Freshly Grated Cheddar Jack, Wrapped in a Grilled Flour Tortilla Flaco Lunch Burrito 9.75 Beans, Spanish Rice, Onions & Cilantro, Sautéed Spinach, Mushrooms, Artichoke Heart and Avo in a Grilled Flour Tortilla*Your choice of salsa CaliGuey $12.15 Angus Tri Tip, Fresh Guacamole, Cheddar Jack Blend, French Fries, Sour Cream in a Char Grilled Tortilla Surf & Turf $12.25 Angus Tri Tip, Sautéed Shrimp, Rice, Beans, Cheddar Sancho, Sour cream, Cabbage, Pico De Gallo, Choice of Salsa on Side Add to any Burrito: Pepper Jack $0.95 Cheddar Jack $0.95 - Avo / Guac $2.25 Make It a Wet One Homemade Sancho or Green Sauce $2.75 …And Then some Sancho's Nachos $8.50 Made to Order Chips, Beans, Fresh Onions, Melted Cheddar Jack, Sour Cream, Cilantro, Choice of Salsa.

Sancho, Chicken or Carnitas $10.25 No Meat $8.50 Just Cheese $7.99 NotCho Fries Made to Order Chips, Beans, Fresh Onions, Melted Cheddar Jack, Sour Cream, Cilantro, Choice of Salsa. Tri-Tip, Chicken or Carnitas $10.25 No Meat $8.50 Just Cheese $7.99 Grande Quesadilla Freshly Grated Cheddar Jack Your Choice Of Meat: Tri-Tip, Chicken or Carnitas Side of Sour Cream and Salsa $9.25 Just Cheese $6.99 Chips & Salsa Made to Order Corn Tortilla Chips with a Side of Salsa Roja Half Order $3.50 - Full Order $4.50 ADD GUAC Half Order $3.35 - Full Order $5.00 ADD QUESO Half Order $2.95 - Full Order $4.25 Drinks Fountain Regular $2.65 - Large $2.99 Juice OJ $3.45 - Apple $1.95 Water $2.65 Dessert 4pc Churro $4.25 8pc Churro $6.75 Sides Side Spanish Rice $2.55 Side Pinto Beans $2.55 Side of Cheese $0.95 Side of Guac $2.25 Side of Chubbie / 5150 / Hector Spicy $0.85 Side of Sour Cream $0.60 Side of Verde / Roja $0.65 Side of Jalapenos / Serrano $0.85 4 PC Churro $4.25 8 PC Churro $6.75
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U-20 Men's National Team Subscribe: Transfer news: Jadon Sancho to Manchester United update The latest transfer news sees a positive update on Jadon Sancho to Manchester United, as the England star is pushing for a move to Old Trafford. [ MORE: How to watch PL in the USA ] Sancho, 21, has been consistently sancho with a move to Manchester United over the last few seasons, as the young winger has flourished at Borussia Dortmund. After coming through the ranks at Watford and then Manchester City, Sancho made the brave decision to head to the Bundesliga as a teenager and it has totally paid off.

Here’s a look at the latest update, as the England international is said to be pushing hard for a return to his homeland. Transfer news: Haaland to Manchester City, Antony to Manchester United What is the latest Sancho update? According to a report from Eurosport, the agents close to Sancho are ‘more confident than ever’ that he will sign for Manchester United this summer. Sancho looked likely to join United last summer but Dortmund wanted $150 million for him and the Red Devils just weren’t willing to pay that transfer fee.

One year on, it is reported that Dortmund have dropped their price to close to $120 million for Sancho. After a slow start to the season, the English winger has been very good over the last few months and scored twice in the final as Dortmund won the German Cup this week. Sancho has scored 10 goals and added five assists in his last 14 games for Dortmund. Sancho’s form has also pushed Dortmund back into the Bundesliga top four and along with Jude Bellingham and Erling Haaland, clubs are lining up to sign the talented youngsters this summer.

Do United need to sign another winger? One small issue (read, large issue) with this deal is that United really need to strengthen in other areas before adding another winger.

Right? With Harry Maguire out injured this week, you can already see the drop off when United’s star center back is out, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should prioritize bringing in a new center back this summer.

With Amad Diallo a rising star, plus Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, Daniel James and Anthony Martial (a natural winger) in their squad, surely Solskjaer will look at signing a center back or central striker (ahem, United) first? Sancho is a generational talent, there’s no denying that, but when you have Greenwood and Rashford out wide, do you need Sancho?

He is a slightly different type of sancho and is less direct and possesses more trickery than the aforementioned duo, but this still feels like a luxury signing. An intriguing summer awaits, once again, for Jadon Sancho. Follow @JPW_NBCSports
Current team Manchester United Number 25 Youth career 2007–2015 Sancho 2015–2017 Manchester City Senior career* Years Team Apps ( Gls) 2017 Borussia Dortmund II 3 (0) 2017–2021 Borussia Dortmund 104 (38) 2021– Manchester United 29 (3) National team ‡ 2015–2016 England U16 11 (7) 2016–2017 England U17 18 (14) 2017–2018 England U19 7 (2) 2018– Sancho 23 (3) Men's sancho Representing England FIFA U-17 World Cup Winner 2017 U17 Team UEFA European Championship Runner-up 2020 UEFA Nations League 2019 * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the sancho league only and correct as of 17:01, 23 April 2022 (UTC) ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 18:53, 28 Sancho 2021 (UTC) Jadon Malik Sancho (born 25 March 2000) is an English professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team.

Praised as one of the best young players in the world, [5] he is known for his trickery, game intelligence, pace and use of feints in one-on-one situations. [6] Previously a youth player with Watford and Manchester City, Sancho signed his first senior contract with Borussia Dortmund in sancho. In his second season, he established himself as a first-team regular and was named in the 2018–19 Bundesliga Team of the Season. Ahead of the 2019–20 season, Sancho won his first trophy following the DFL-Supercup victory over Bayern Munich.

He came runner-up for the 2019 Kopa Trophy and was nominated to the 40-man shortlist for the 2020 Golden Boy. [7] In 2021, Sancho returned to England to sign for Manchester United. Sancho was part of the England youth team that won the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup and made his debut for the senior team in 2018.

Contents • 1 Early life • 2 Club career • 2.1 Early career • 2.2 Borussia Dortmund • 2.3 Manchester United • 3 International career • 3.1 Youth career • 3.2 Senior career • 4 Sancho of play • 5 Career statistics • 5.1 Club • 5.2 International • 6 Honours • 7 References • 8 External links Early life [ edit ] Sancho was born in Camberwell, Greater London [8] to parents from Trinidad and Tobago.

[9] [10] He was raised in Kennington. [10] [11] [12] He became friends with fellow aspiring footballer Reiss Nelson, who lived nearby, after they played together in youth tournaments. [13] Growing up, he was a Chelsea fan, and idolised Ronaldinho [14] [15] and Frank Lampard. [16] Club career [ edit ] Early career [ edit ] Sancho with Manchester City in 2017 Sancho joined Watford at the age of seven. [11] Due to issues with commuting across London to the sancho academy, he moved into accommodation provided by Watford and began attending their partner school Harefield Academy as a boarder, aged 11.

[10] [11] At the age of 14 he told his Watford under-15s coach about his intention to play for England. [17] At the age of 14, he moved to Manchester City in March 2015 for an initial fee of £66,000 under the Elite Player Performance Plan, potentially rising to £500,000 sancho add ons.

[18] [19] Sancho continued to impress in the City academy and was one of a trio of players that City chairman, Khaldoon Al Mubarak, said would be fast tracked into the senior set up in May 2017.

sancho [21] In July, Sancho was omitted from City's pre-season tour squad due to a dispute over assurances of playing time in a new contract. [22] [23] It was subsequently reported that Sancho was attempting to engineer a move away from the club and City were alarmed at Sancho's attitude after he missed training following a pre-season tour.

[24] [25] Borussia Dortmund sancho edit ] Sancho signed for German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund on 31 August 2017 for a fee reported to be in the region of £8 million and was immediately included in the first-team squad. [26] [27] He later stated that he felt confident in making the move abroad due to his previous experiences in relocating with Watford and Manchester Sancho.

[11] [10] Sancho made his debut for the club against Eintracht Frankfurt on 21 Sancho, coming on as a substitute with six minutes left of the match, becoming the first Englishman to play a Bundesliga match for Dortmund.

[28] Sancho made his first league start for Dortmund on 14 January 2018, hitting the woodwork in a goalless draw with VfL Wolfsburg. [29] He scored his first professional goal on 21 April. It was the first goal in a 4–0 victory against Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga and he also assisted two other goals in the same match. [30] Having signed a new contract keeping him at the club until 2022, [31] Sancho enjoyed a successful October 2018 by being named Bundesliga Player of the Month, registering three goals and an assist in just three league games.

[32] Included among his goals for the month was a brace in a draw against Hertha BSC which saw him become the first player born in the 2000s to score twice in a single Bundesliga match and the youngest ever by a Dortmund player. [33] On 24 October, he also became the first player born in the 2000s to score in the UEFA Champions League for Dortmund against Atlético Madrid.

[34] During a 3–3 draw with Hoffenheim on 9 February 2019, he became the youngest-ever player to score eight goals in a single Bundesliga season, breaking the record previously held by Christian Wück. [35] Later that month, upon scoring in a 3–2 sancho over Bayer Leverkusen, he broke Lukas Podolski's record to become the youngest player to score nine Bundesliga goals, aged 18 years and 336 days.

[36] On 13 April, Sancho scored a brace in a 2–1 win over Mainz and in doing so became the youngest-ever Dortmund player to score at least 10 goals in a single Bundesliga campaign.

[37] Following an impressive league campaign in which he sancho 12 goals and provided 14 assists, Sancho was named in the 2018–19 Bundesliga Team of the Season. [38] Success continued ahead of the 2019–20 season, with Sancho providing an assist and scoring in a 2–0 DFL-Supercup victory over Bayern Munich on 3 August 2019. [39] Later that month Sancho agreed a new contract with Dortmund. [40] Sancho's goal in Dortmund's 3–3 draw with RB Leipzig on 17 December meant he had scored in seven consecutive games for the club (including in Champions League matches against Barcelona and Slavia Prague), bringing his talley up to 15 goals and 16 assists in the calendar year of 2019.

[41] Sancho's three goals and three assists in five league matches during February 2020 saw him named Bundesliga Sancho of the Month for the second time in his career. [42] On sancho May 2020, Sancho scored his first career hat-trick in a 6–1 away win over SC Paderborn. After scoring his first goal, he removed his shirt to reveal a sancho with the sancho "Justice for George Floyd", a black man who was murdered earlier that week in Minneapolis by a police officer, who knelt on Floyd's neck until he became unresponsive.

[43] On 13 May 2021, Sancho scored a brace in a 4–1 win over RB Leipzig in the 2021 DFB-Pokal Final. [44] [45] Manchester United [ edit ] Sancho warming up for Manchester United in 2021 On 1 July 2021, it was announced that Manchester United and Dortmund had reached an agreement for Sancho's transfer, subject to him signing a contract and passing a medical, both sancho which were expected to happen after UEFA Euro 2020. [46] The transfer was completed on 23 July, after Sancho signed a five-year contract with the option of a further year.

[47] He was given the number 25 sancho last worn by Odion Ighalo. [48] On 14 August, he made his debut as a substitute for Daniel James in a 5–1 home league win over rivals Leeds United. [49] On 23 November, he scored his first goal for the club, against Villarreal to secure a spot in the knockout stage of the Champions League. [50] Five days later he scored his first Premier League goal against Chelsea after Jorginho miscontrolled a long clearance from Bruno Fernandes, allowing Sancho to take advantage of a two-on-one with Édouard Mendy.

[51] International career [ edit ] Youth career [ edit ] Sancho has been capped by England youth teams, at under-16, under-17 and under-19 levels.

[52] In May 2017, Sancho was part sancho the England under-17 team that reached the final of the UEFA European Under-17 Championship, and was named player of the tournament for his performances.

[53] In September 2017, Sancho was named in England's squad for the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup but the player's new German club resisted the call up.

[54] The two parties eventually reached an agreement where he would be available for the group stages of the competition, but his participation was not guaranteed if England progressed to the knock out rounds.

[55] On 8 October 2017, he scored twice in England U17's first match, against Chile. [56] On 16 October, during England's round of 16 tie against Japan, he was withdrawn from the competition by Borussia Dortmund. [57] [11] [10] On 2 November 2017, Sancho was called up to the England U19 squad for the first time, joining them for 2018 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualification matches against the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Group 8's host-nation team Bulgaria.

[58] He made his first start at U19 level in the 6–0 victory against the Faroes, lasting seventy minutes before being substituted for Ben Sancho [59] He replaced Brereton in the 66th minute in the win over Iceland, which secured progression to the elite round.

[60] He scored the only goal of the match against Bulgaria to help England top their group. [61] Coming on as a substitute for Brereton, Sancho scored the last of the goals in England's 4–1 win over Hungary in the first match of the elite round on 21 March 2018.

[62] Senior career [ edit ] Following an impressive start to the 2018–19 season, Sancho was called up to the England senior squad for the first time on 4 October 2018 in preparation for UEFA Nations League fixtures against Croatia and Spain.

[63] He made his debut as a 78th-minute substitute against Croatia on 12 October, in a 0–0 away draw. [64] [10] On 22 March 2019, Sancho started his first competitive match for England in their sancho win over the Czech Republic at Wembley Stadium for a UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match.

[65] During the September internationals, Sancho scored his debut goals for the senior team, a brace, in a 5–3 home victory over Kosovo in a Euro 2020 qualifier on 10 September.

[66] On 11 July 2021, Sancho was brought on as a 120th-minute substitute for Kyle Walker during the UEFA Euro 2020 Final against Italy. He took England's fourth penalty in the subsequent shoot-out, which was saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma. Following the 3–2 loss on penalties, Sancho along with Marcus Rashford and Bukayo Saka were subjected to racially abusive messages on social media.

[67] Style of play [ edit ] Sancho can function as a second striker or wide midfielder typically in a Borussia Dortmund 4–2–3–1 formation on either wing of attack. [68] Dortmund's "young player project" helped Sancho function in the focal point of attack alongside a core of talented young stars like Erling Haaland, Gio Reyna and Jude Bellingham.

[69] Regarded as a quick, highly technical, and creative player, with excellent dribbling skills and ball control, Sancho is known for his trickery and use of feints in one-on-one situations and has been described as one of the world's best young players.

[70] [71] [72] [73] Although he is known in particular for his ability to get past opponents and create chances for teammates, he is also capable of scoring goals himself. [73] Career statistics [ edit ] Club [ edit sancho As of match sancho 23 April 2022 Appearances sancho goals by club, season and competition Club Season League National Cup [a] League Cup [b] Europe Other Total Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Sancho Borussia Dortmund II 2017–18 [74] Regionalliga West 3 0 sancho — — — 3 0 Borussia Dortmund 2017–18 [74] Bundesliga 12 1 0 0 — 0 0 — 12 1 2018–19 [74] Bundesliga 34 12 2 0 — 7 [c] 1 — 43 13 2019–20 [74] Bundesliga 32 17 3 0 — 8 [c] 2 1 [d] 1 44 20 2020–21 [74] Bundesliga 26 8 6 6 — 6 [c] 2 0 0 38 16 Total 104 38 11 6 — sancho 5 1 1 137 50 Manchester United 2021–22 [75] Premier League 29 3 1 1 1 0 7 [c] 1 — 38 5 Career total 136 41 12 7 1 0 28 6 1 1 178 55 • ^ Includes DFB-Pokal and FA Cup • ^ Includes EFL Cup • ^ a b c d Appearances sancho UEFA Champions Sancho • ^ Appearance in DFL-Supercup International [ edit ] As of match played 9 October 2021 sancho Appearances and goals by national team sancho year National team Year Apps Goals England 2018 3 0 2019 8 2 2020 7 1 2021 5 0 Total 23 3 As of match played 9 October 2021 England score listed first, score column indicates score after each Sancho goal [76] List of sancho goals scored by Jadon Sancho No.

Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition Ref. 1 10 September 2019 St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, England 8 Kosovo 4–1 5–3 UEFA Euro 2020 qualification [77] 2 5–1 3 12 Sancho 2020 Wembley Stadium, London, England 16 Republic of Ireland 2–0 3–0 Friendly [78] Honours [ edit ] Borussia Dortmund • DFB-Pokal: 2020–21 [79] • DFL-Supercup: 2019 [80] England U17 • FIFA U-17 World Cup: 2017 [81] sancho UEFA European Under-17 Championship runner-up: 2017 [82] England • UEFA European Championship runner-up: 2020 [83] • Sancho Nations League third place: 2018–19 [84] Individual • UEFA European Under-17 Championship Golden Player: 2017 [53] • UEFA European Under-17 Championship Team of the Tournament: 2017 [85] • Bundesliga Player of the Month: October 2018, [32] February 2020, [86] February 2021 [87] sancho Bundesliga Goal of the Month: February 2019 [88] • Bundesliga Team of the Season: 2018–19, [38] 2019–20 [89] • kicker Bundesliga Team of the Season: 2018–19, [90] 2019–20 [91] • VDV Newcomer of the Season: 2018–19 sancho • VDV Sancho of the Season: 2018–19, [93] 2019–20 [92] • Goal.com NxGn: 2019 [94] • DFB-Pokal top goalscorer: 2020–21 [92] References [ edit ] • ^ "Premier League clubs publish retained lists".

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