Friday, March 3, 2017

Borussia Dortmund Vs Bayern Leverkusen


The forward scored on either side of half-time as his side got an important three focuses in their race for a main three complete in the Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund crushed Bayer Leverkusen with a late whirlwind to win 6-2 in an exciting experience at Signal Iduna Park, heaping the weight on Roger Schmidt and profiting by RB Leipzig's mistake.

Dortmund appeared to be in for an apprehensive complete after Wendell scored a staggering free-kick to leave Leverkusen only an objective behind their hosts with 16 minutes to go, yet Christian Pulisic, Andre Schurrle and Raphael Guerreiro then went ahead to score for the hosts to secure an earnest win and benefit as much as possible from Leipzig's 2-2 draw at Augsburg on Friday.

The hosts looked like scoring each time they assaulted and were completely meriting their initial lead through Ousmane Dembele, before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was conclusive in multiplying their count just before the half-hour stamp.

Kevin Volland pulled one back toward the begin of the second half, however their energy quickly decreased and Dortmund scored again 21 minutes from the end, Aubameyang packaging over the line for his 21st group objective of the season.

Wendell nestled into fine set-piece not long after, however their splendid fightback was finished late on by Pulisic, Schurrle and Guerreiro, as Dortmund secured a third progressive group win in dazzling style and left Leverkusen trailing them by 13 focuses with Champions League capability looking unikely.

No #Bundesliga diversion has created the same number of objectives this season as there were in #Dortmund today: 8! #BVBB04 6-2 https://t.co/C4fQKAyICW pic.twitter.com/BJrrcyTvmE

— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) March 4, 2017

There was no indication of Leverkusen's current battles facilitating amid the early trades as they ended up trailing following six minutes, Dembele finding the base left corner from 20 yards after Charles Aranguiz accidentally chested the ball to him.

Leverkusen developed into the match and saw a lot of the ball.

Be that as it may, they looked far less debilitating in assault than their hosts, who had Dembele in fine frame, and he about scored his second 25 minutes in, threatening Omer Toprak before testing Bernd Leno from a troublesome position.

Dortmund scored again from the subsequent corner, however, as Aubameyang crushed home from short proximity after Marc Bartra's header diverted off Tin Jedvaj.

Marco Reus' flight with an evident hamstring harm just before the break conveyed the primary half to a disillusioning close for Dortmund, and their begin to the second half was far more terrible.

Volland did splendidly when played up the left flank, as he disregarded the more often than not physically predominant Sokratis Papastathopoulos and sent a decided left-footed complete past Roman Burki to give Leverkusen a life saver.

Aubameyang multiplied his count for the day when heading in from short proximity in the 69th moment, however Wendell struck a delightful free-kick a couple of minutes after the fact to conceivably introduce a strained completion.

However, Dortmund reacted in really uncompromising design.

Pulisic topped off a streaming move to re-open the two-objective lead, before Schurrle won a punishment in the wake of being stumbled by Wendell and appropriately opened in the spot-kick himself.