Borussia Dortmund experienced a roller coaster of emotions during their visit to TSG Hoffenheim. The bees beat the Badense team 2-3 and they did so, in part, thanks to Haaland’s umpteenth goal. The Norwegian star has a total of 80 goals in 79 appearances with the Borusser kit, an incredible quota that, unfortunately, was overshadowed by what happened in the 63rd minute. Haaland had to be replaced after injuring himself again, this time in the groin. BVB are three points behind Bayern (visit Hertha on Sunday), but lose their star. The clash began in the town of Sinsheim with a jug of cold water for the locals. Malen, in what was a great play six minutes into the game, teamed up with Guerreiro and Bellingham to serve the first of the afternoon on a plate to Haaland.
did not forgive the killer to an empty goal, but the goal did not give wings to his team. Quite the opposite: Hoffenheim took control of the clash and, after running into the aluminum twice, managed to put the tables on the edge of the break in a defensive error that Kramaric took advantage of. Hoeness’s pupils did not stop until, once again, they were punished by the enormous punch of BVB. Another work of art by Malen, this time assisting captain Reus, and an own goal by Raum sentenced the clash in eight minutes of borusser madness. Of course, it ended up being too expensive: Akanji and Haaland were injured. The same thing happened after 2-3, the work of imperial Rutter, but BVB did not let the three points escape and continue to chase Bayern. With and without Haaland.
Norwegian striker Erling Haaland left the field injured when his team, Borussia Dortmund, was ahead (1-2) in the match against Hoffenheim. Haaland, scorer of the first goal for Dortmund, sat on the pitch and asked for the change after taking a hand to the area of the abductors, which suggests a muscle injury. Dortmund’s second goal was scored by Marco Reus after Hoffenheim had leveled through Andréj Kramaric.
Georginio Rutter (8′, Christoph Baumgartner), T.Hazard (55′, Brandt), Dan-Axel Zagadou (55′, Marius Wolf), Nordtveit (61′, Benjamin Hubner), Rudy (61′, Dennis Geiger), witsel (62′, Erling Braut Haaland), Youssoufa Moukoko (82′, Malen), Jacob Bruun Larsen (82′, David Raum), Marin Pongracic (82′, Manuel Akanji)
0-1, 5′: Erling Braut Haaland, 1-1, 45′: Kramaric, 1-2, 57′: Marco Reus, 1-3, 65′: David Raum, 2-3, 76′: Georginio Rutter
Referee: Deniz Aytekin
VAR Referee: Pascal Müller
hummels (48′, Yellow) Rudy (65′, Yellow) dabbur (92′, Yellow) Jude Bellingham (94′, Yellow