Reus '100 per cent different' after injury comeback

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The Borussia Dortmund forward says that he resolved to bulk up while recovering from his adductor injury, having returned from the sidelines in excellent form

Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus says that he feels "100 per cent different" after making a stunning comeback from injury.

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Reus missed the first three months of the season due to an adductor injury but returned with a bang in Dortmund's record-breaking 8-4 win against Legia Warsaw in the Champions League.

The Germany international has had a hand in nine goals in just four games this term, including a late equaliser at the Santiago Bernabeu to snatch top spot in their group from Real Madrid.

Having sat on the sidelines since the DFB-Pokal final last season, missing Euro 2016 and a chunk of this season, Reus says that a period of reflection and change has benefitted him.

"I had lots of time to think about what I can change," he told Bild

"Gaining more muscles is a part of that. I feel 100 per cent different now."

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