DORTMUND, Germany (AP) — Paco Alcacer thrived in his Borussia Dortmund debut on Friday, sealing the team's 3-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga.
The Spanish striker, who joined Dortmund from Barcelona in the offseason, fired a shot to the top left corner in the 88th minute after a set up by substitute Jadon Sancho. Alcacer had earlier helped Dortmund reclaim the lead.
A slice of luck helped Dortmund break the deadlock after a cagey opening from both sides. Jacob Bruun Larsen, the 19-year-old making his league debut, sent in a cross that Abdou Diallo headed at goalkeeper Kevin Trapp. Trapp made the save but Diallo managed to bundle over the rebound from close distance.
Sebastien Haller equalized with just over 20 minutes remaining, but Alcacer — who had entered the match a minute earlier — sent Sancho on his way on the right with a brilliant pass. The English winger eluded two defenders to set up Marius Wolf to score against his former club. Wolf joined Dortmund from Frankfurt in the offseason.
Dortmund's Mario Goetze remained on the bench for the third consecutive game.
The team played with jerseys with a message against racism in place of the usual sponsor's logo.
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