Netease Sports reported on October 4:
After 2 consecutive defeats
Hornet's first home 3-0 victory of the season
At the beginning of the second half, Reina made a corner pass and assisted Emre Jan with a header and scored 2-0 to extend the score.
In the 66th minute, Reina made a beautiful breakthrough with the ball from the middle circle. The front of the penalty area sent a through assist and Harland volleyed the goal to rewrite the score to 3-0.
Reina scored three assists in just 35 minutes and staged an assist hat trick. Reina became the first player to score three assists in a single game in the top five European leagues after Cerendolo in 2008. Coincidentally, Cerendolo also played in the Bundesliga (Hannover).
This is of course the first time Reina’s career has such a high profile moment, but it’s in Reina and
In addition to the footwork of the first goal to break the deadlock, Reina's dexterity is also very important. After Royce stole the ball, Reina immediately grabbed the ball and gave it the first time to Harland, who jumped in, to score the first goal. Of course, Reina also had a little bit of a pity in this game, if only he could score a goal. In the first half, he once got rid of a shot after a breakthrough. Unfortunately, that shot went out of the line because of the excessive pursuit of angle.
In the game against Freiburg, Reina led the audience with multiple statistics.
Reina has played 249 minutes in 3 league games so far in the new season. He already has 1 goal and 4 assists. On average, he will create an offensive stat every 50 minutes. This is obviously a remarkable efficiency. In addition, he played 57 minutes for the German Cup and also scored a goal. Although Dortmund’s results have fluctuated, under Favre’s trust, Reina, who plays more and more consistently, can also be regarded as an alternative "new aid" for the team. His growth will also help the Hornets. Combat effectiveness. Don't forget that he is only 17 years old!