Millions do not bring down the Yellow Wall

More than 600 million euros invested in transfers were collided in a single year with around 24,000 souls in a yellow wall. They saw them on Chelseathat team that wants to compete based on checkbook, and the Borussia Dortmunda group that for many years now has been defined by discovering talent, developing it and ending up generating capital gains. Two worlds. rich against alternative. A heart-stopping pulse that the Germans ended up winning 1-0 thanks to a masterful and lethal counter executed like a charm by Adeyemi, a boy who had cost BVB 30 kilos. A quarter of Enzo Fernández, brand new signing from Chelsea who led their midfield, but could not do anything when the borusser winger put the turbo. There are things that money can not buy. For everything else: Adeyemi.

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It was a game of those who amortized the money invested in the entrance. Two electric teams faced each other, vertical and that went all out from the initial whistle. Borussia managed to get the leather, led by a Brandt who is seriously beginning to assume stripes in the box led by Terzicbut those in black-yellow did not manage to get dangerously close to the frame protected by kepa. Yes, Chelsea did, a priori something more passive than the locals, but no less dangerous for that. Enzo imposed, Mudryk overwhelmed and João intimidated every time he controlled up. It was appreciating the first bars of the clash to realize that the game depended on a genius or a mistake. Of the famous details.

He could have been in a nice bagel on loan from Atlético who, after receiving a shipment from Ziyech on the edge of the area, narrowly went high. Or in a great combination between Havertz and João himself that the Portuguese sent to the crossbar later. But it wasn’t all Chelsea. The locals also had the initial goal in their boots. Adeyemi, in an action similar to that of Joãoalso sent her high. Haller sent it to the outside of the network and WolfPenetrating again and again from the right, he was not fine in finishing either. The clash hung by a thread. Borussia conveyed a more sense of control, but Chelsea approached the vicinity of goalkeeper Kobel with more determination. Great match. The Champions.

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Things did not change in the second 45 minutes. The pace continued to be very high. Comes and goes. There was no truce. Kobel had to score a save after a direct free kick executed by James. Can did not stop putting out fires. Kepa excelled in a shot from Brandt who was looking for the stick. It was blunt football. Of course, without finesse in the final meters. It seemed to be closer to Chelsea. Another save from Kobel on a shot from James. And it was right there, in his worst moments, when Dortmund showed the damage he is capable of doing. Of nothing. Guerreiro cleared a corner from the English, Adeyemi caught it and did not stop running until he got rid of Enzo and Kepa to finish at an empty goal and turn Signal Iduna Park upside down. Lethal. She hung the game by a thread. And Adeyemi bust it.


Anthony Modeste (67′, Sebastien Haller), Marc Cucurella (70′, Ben Chilwell), Mason Mount (70′, Mykhailo Mudryk), Julian Ryerson (72′, Marius Wolf), Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (78′, Karim Adeyemi)


1-0, 62′: Karim Adeyemi


Referee: Jesus Gil Manzano
VAR referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández, Juan Martínez Munuera
Reece James (8′,Yellow) Thiago Silva (15′,Yellow) Jude Bellingham (48′,Yellow) Emre Can (52′,Yellow) Hakim Ziyech (71′,Yellow) Karim Adeyemi (76′,Yellow) salih ozcan (84′,Yellow) Niklas Sule (89′,Yellow) Mason Mount (89′,Yellow) Julian Ryerson (89′,Yellow)

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