One vector is the force exerted on the aircraft by the engine thrust, pointing about 30 degrees to the right of the runway. A second vector is that force exerted on the aircraft by the hurricane-force winds in Hamburg, Germany, of all places. The resultant vector (hopefully) points right down the center of the runway.
Except in this harrowing video, it doesn't. Imagine being a passenger.
The good news: after scraping the left wing along the ground, the pilot instantly aborted the landing and came around for another pass, successfully landing on that attempt.