Haller reappeared in a friendly

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Sébastien Haller reappeared on Tuesday after being treated for testicular cancer and playing his first game at Borussia Dortmund, a friendly against Fortuna Düsseldorf (of the Second Division and where Edin Terzic’s team won 5-1 in their phase in Marbella) . Haller underwent two surgeries for the tumor and underwent chemotherapy.

Haller was diagnosed with testicular cancer in July 2022., during the preseason with Dortmund, where he signed from Ajax. The Ivorian striker came on against Fortuna with six minutes left in the match and replaced Youssoufa Moukoko, to the applause of 200 fans from the Signal Iduna Park team.

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Haller made a nice pass to Giovanni Reyna, that he cannot take advantage of it. “Sébastien (Haller) is getting stronger physically and is determined to quickly return to his best level,” said Terzic. “His eye for goal and his desire to win will help us in the coming weeks,” added the Borussia Dortmund coach. Marco Reus, captain of Dortmund, said: “With him (Haller), our game will be more unpredictable.”

Haller is the most expensive striker in the history of Borussia Dortmund (31 million euros) and will compete for the starting center forward position with young German World Cup player Youssoufa Moukoko, 18 years old.

Source: La Verdad

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