Jadon Sancho is rapidly emerging as one of the hottest young prospects in world football, with his performances for Borussia Dortmund continuing to grab the headlines each week. The Bundesliga giants currently lead the way in the German top tier - five points ahead of Bayern Munich after 21 matches - with their success this term largely down to the scintillating form of the exciting young wide man.
The former Manchester City academy starlet, who traded life in the north west of England for the north west of Germany in 2017, has notched eight goals and registered 13 assists in all competitions for Lucien Favre's men this time out.
His exploits since arriving in Germany have not only gained him copious amounts of interest at club level, but also saw him called up to Gareth Southgate's England squad for the first time in October, where he featured off the bench in the Three Lions' 0-0 stalemate with Croatia.
Sancho returned home earlier this week, and will once again step foot on England's hallowed turf when his side take on Tottenham in the Champions League this evening. Amazingly, this will be the teenager's second appearance at Wembley in just three months following his appearance for the national side in November's 3-0 win over the USA.
Tonight's encounter means much more than an international friendly which seemed to double up as a testimonial for Wayne Rooney however, with the outcome deciding the fate of both clubs' future in Europe. For Sancho, it's yet another opportunity for him to showcase his talents at the very highest level, with the expectant nation excitedly watching on in anticipation.