In the steps of Nuri Sahin and Christian Pulisic, a new Borussia Dortmund star has made himself a spot in the Bundesliga. Jacob Bruun Larsen is one of the most promising players in the Bundesliga right now and his is still 20 years old. The youngster proved that Borussia Dortmund discovery of talent is still one of the best in Europe.
Who is Jacob Bruun Larsen?
Jacob Bruun Larsen was born in Lyngby, Denmark on September,19th 1998. He joined Borussia Dortmund youth ranks in 2015. Since then he was viewed as one of the up and coming talents for the yellow blacks futur. Since joining the German giants, Jacob Bruun larsen managed to appear in 49 games. He then succeeded at scoring 31 games and providing 26 assists.
This amazing achievement made Dortmund extend his contract till 2021 and promote him to the first team in 2018. Afterwards, German club VfB Stuttgart agreed to sign the youngster on loan for half a year. in January 2018. Thus, he came back to Dortmund after the loan deal expiry date.
Lucien Favre put his trust on the young Danish footballer and promised him some top tier action. He was introduced in 3 games for Borussia Dortmund so far in the 2018-19 season. In the last game against 1. FC Nuremberg, Jacob Bruun Larsen scored a sensational goal first goal by chipping the ball over the goalkeeper in an impossible angle. He then went on to provide an assist for Marco Reus later in the game.
Following the game against 1. FC Nuremberg, team captain Marco Reus praised the young player’s performance. So we expect him to make headlines during this season by providing quality games among a very talented Borussia Dortmund rooster. And in the steps of former BVB stars, we foresee that in the coming seasons he will gather the interest of top European clubs.
From the 2005 Borussia Dortmund, till the title winning squad in 2011 and UEFA Champions League runner up era, Mostafa was always a very passionate Black and Yellow supporter. You would often see him in Coffee shops and Bars on Matchdays. He will be wearing a BVB jersey and sipping on a German beer and most likely swearing at the referee.