Borussia Dortmund’s start to this season has been sensational. In what can arguably be the best season so far in the team’s history, Borussia Dortmund win against Bayern Munich in Der Klassiker.
Lewandowski opens the scoring sheet
The game started with Bayern Munich pushing forward in huge numbers. Although Borussia Dortmund missed a couple of real scoring opportunities, Bayern Munich kept applying pressure to the home team’s defense. Therefore, the Bavarian team succeeded at scoring with Lewandowski’s header 26th minute.
Marco Reus is Man of the Match
Borussia Dortmund’s first halftime was 45 minutes to forget. Lucien Favre’s men started the second half with a different fashion. Thus, Marco Reus intelligently snaps a penalty from Manuel Neuer and succeeds in converting from the 11 meters spot in 49th minutes. 3 minutes later, Robert Lewandowski scores another one for Bayern Munich. This didn’t stop Borussia Dortmund from keeping to push forward and look for solutions ahead. Lucien Favre makes a substitution by pushing Alcacer in to replace Gotze, which changed the game in many ways.
Afterwise, in a moment of genius, Marco Reus scored another goal after a pass from Piszczek in the 67th minutes. While Paco Alcacer sealed the deal in the 73rd minute after an amazing pass from Witsel.
Borussia Dortmund Win Against Bayern Munich In a Thriller Klassiker
With 5 goals and an end to end football, this season’s Klassiker was a real thriller. Although Bayern Munich showed how strong they are on the attack, Borussia Dortmund kept making fast paced and dangerous runs. Moreover, Lucien Favre’s coaching is very efficient. The Borussia Dortmund coach succeeded at making changes in tactics and manpower to clench a win. After Borussia Dortmund win against Bayern Munich 3-2, the Black and Yellows are going to sit on top of the Bundesliga table with 4 points clear from second position and 7 points from the Bavarians. Which means another step closer to winning this season’s Bundesliga title.
From the 2005 Borussia Dortmund, till the title winning squad in 2011 and UEFA Champions League runner up era, Mostafa was always a very passionate Black and Yellow supporter. You would often see him in Coffee shops and Bars on Matchdays. He will be wearing a BVB jersey and sipping on a German beer and most likely swearing at the referee.