Super Eagles left-back, Jamilu Collins was again the star man for German side SC Paderborn after his outstanding display in their entertaining 3-3 draw away at heavyweight Borussia Dortmund to earn them their first point in 4 outings, reports. 


Fresh from a positive international break with Nigeria, the 25-year-old started his 11th league game of the campaign as the visitors raced to an early lead courtesy of a Streli Mamba strike on the 5th minute. 


The midfielder then made it 2-0 seven minutes after the half hour mark, before Collins set up Gerrit Holtmann on 43 minutes to put Paderborn 3-0 up going into the half time break. 


The hosts however turned to their bench in the second half, introducing the duo of Hazard and Hakimi before Jordan Sancho made it 3-1 two minutes after the restart. 


Collins was then booked late on for argument as Paderborn were denied a chance to move above the foot of the table when the duo of Axel Witsel and Marcos Reus struck deep into stoppage time to seal a point for Dortmund. 


Collins was on for the entire march duration with an impressive rating of 7.0, making 6 clearances, 6 key tackles, 3 interceptions and also completing 71% of his passes.