Three weeks after his return to the field after testicular cancer, Sébastien Haller scored his first Bundesliga goal on Saturday in the colors of Borussia Dortmund against Freiburg, at home at the Westfalenstadion. Sébastien Haller started the match on the 19th day of the championship from Germany, his second start, and found the net in the 51st minute in front of Dortmund’s legendary “Yellow Wall”. This goal allowed BVB to lead 3-1 against Freiburg, forty minutes from the end of the match. The Ivorian international center-forward was recruited in the summer of 2022 to compensate for the departure of Norwegian Erling Haaland to Manchester City. But a few days after his transfer, Haller was diagnosed with testicular cancer. After four rounds of chemotherapy and two operations, Haller resumed training with Borussia Dortmund in early January and made his official match return on January 22 at home in the league against Augsburg (4-3), playing half an hour.