By Angu Lesley
Potential Indomitable Lions of Cameroon forward Youssoufa Moukoko came off the bench and scored one of six goals as his German Club Borussia Dortmund recorded a 6-0 win away at home against Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Though the score suggest otherwise, it was a slow start for Dortmund as in the opening minutes they struggled.
Captain Marco Reus finally break the deadlock in the 25th minute, starting what will end up being a memorable afternoon for his side.
Seven minutes after scoring the opener, Marco played in Donyell Malen to make it 2-0 for the yellow and blacks.
Dortmund took the two-goal lead to the break, but there was more to come.
The host made a number of replacements including bringing on Youssoufa Moukoko in place of Malen in the 68th minute.
Reus and Marco Wolf combined for the latter to score the third goal for Dortmund 70 minutes into the game.
Moukoko made it 4-0 barely four minutes upon his introduction, benefitting from a third assist from Reus who had a hand in the first four goals.
After backing a hat trick of assist, Reus completed his brace in the 81st minute before Emre Can completed the scoring from the penalty spot in the 91st minute to make 6-0 in the end.
The fourth goal by 17-year old Moukoko is his first in ten league games this season and his fourth in the German Bundesliga.
The Cameroon-descent teenager is a serious target for the Cameroon football federation and their German counterparts though his international allegiance at senior level is undecided.
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