Bundesliga Live: Borussia Dortmund Vs. FC Bayern, Tale Of Cracking Week 7
Bundesliga has been nothing short of spectacular performances in past two weeks where we have seen FSV MAINZ beating Bayern Munich last week to go on an unbelievable six-match unbeaten run, which they enhanced yesterday to seven matches.
They have levelled Bundesliga record of "untouchable" start of season with seven unbeaten matches. They sit tight and with ease on the top of the table with 21 points off seven matches having +11 goal difference.
They are followed by the revelation of this year Borussia Dortmund, who are hosting the defending champions FC Bayern at Signal Iduna Park. BVB09 are currently second on the league table with 15 points from six matches.
It has been dismal season so far for the Bavarian giants who hold eight points from six matches they have played so far. They will be looking to boost their campaign with new life by beating Borussia Dortmund, but Jurgen Klopp would like to differ. Klopp has managed to build a brilliant squad at his disposal which includes Nuri Sahin, Neven Subotic, Mats Hummels, Shinji Kagawa, Grosskreutz, and the hit-man Lukas Barrios.
The match is going to be a blast as both teams looking to test their aspiring motivations to do well in this season.
Borussia Dortmund: Weidenfeller, Piszczek, Subotic, Hummels, Scmelzer, Bender, Sahin, Kuba, Kagawa, Grosskreutz, Barrios
Subs: Da Silva, Feulner, Hajnal, Horrnschuh, Langarek, Lewandowski, Santana
Bayern Munich: Butt, Lahm, van Buyten, Badstuber, Braafheid, van Bommel, Pranjic, Muller, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Gomez
Subs: Kraft, Demichelis, Ottl, Klose, Tymoschuck, Olic
Final Words for the match: Another amazing match in Bundesliga. Borussia Dortmund closes the gap to the leaders FSV Mainz with this win that brings them to the total points of 18 out of seven matches. They just trailing behind the leaders with 3 points to chase. Bayern Munich dominated the match with possession but Borussia Dortmund just showed that it's not in quantity of possession you play the match with but it's in quality of the possession. I would say that Borussia Dortmund and FSV Mainz have come out as early potential and serious contenders and ironically both teams have beaten Bayern Munich. I would like to think that it's going to be Borussia Dortmund's year!
93': The referee has blown the whistle and the match has finished with a disappointment for FC Bayern Munich.
90': The monster attendance of 81,000 has been recorded at Signal Iduna Park, today.
89': Two minutes to be added and Hendrik joins the party with his comment. He throws a banter at Mario Gomez and asks for the justification of the price that Bayern paid for the towering striker.
87': Three minutes to 90-minutes time and so far three bookings have come in to this match. All to Bayern. The referee Florian Meyer has had a fantastic match so far as well.
85': 5 minutes to be played and Bayern are no where near to answer the marauding attacks of Borussia Dortmund for now.
83': Bastian Schweinsteiger gets booked as well. Frustration looks to have over-grown for FC Bayern now.
80': Olic gets booked.
75': Seventy-Five minutes in to the game and Dortmund are leading Bayern Munich with 2-0 scoreline. The match has been fantastic so far with mammoth attendance at Signal Iduna Park with "Sudtribuene" in full-swing, the famus Yellow Wall of Borussia Dortmund.
71': Nuri Sahin takes the shot but misses this time.
69': Kuba has been great so far. He has showcased his usual tricks and has tormented the Bayern Munich defence coming from the wings every now and then.
62': Louis van Gaal taking safety-measures to save the match and brings in Ivica Olic for Edson Braafheid. His second substitution in the match already.
60': GOOOOOAAAALLLL! Nuri Sahin has done it. 2-0 to Dortmund.
58': Dortmund looking their "usual-selves" now. Trying killer passes now and then with Nuri Sahin orchestrating the moves.
52': GOOOOOOAALLL!!! Bender feeds Barrios and Barrios makes no mistake. Dortmund leads Bayern Munich by 1-0 scorline.
What I think: I think that Louis van Gaal just got rid of a "masked" Centre-Forward in van Buyten who has shown Klose how to score goals from centre-forward positions on many occasions! *Chuckles*
46': Here we go! The second-half starts at fully-packed Signal Iduna Park. van Gaal has substituted van Buyten and Demichelis has joined the team at the start of the second half.
Half-time Update: Bayern Munich have been dominant so far as they have blasted 5 shots with 3 of 'em being on target. They have also managed to dictate the game-play with their usual ball-possession tactic i.e. 60% so far in the match with van Bommel and Schweinsteiger as central figures.
45+1: Florian Meyer blows the whistle for half-time. The ref has had good match so far in this high-pressure game. Signal Iduna Park is nothing short of some spectacular view as the fans have enjoyed the first-half so far. Second half is going to be decisive one for sure.
44': Mario Gomez goes for a strike but wide again. I am surprised that Louis van Gaal has started this crucial match with Gomez upfront which tells me that van Gaal has some plans for the undermined striker. Whether Gomez pays the trust or not is yet to be seen.
43': So far, Borussia Dortmund have committed 12 fouls while Bayern Munich have committed 7 fouls in the match. It's down to battle in midfield.
36': Lucas Barrios drives forward but offside again.
34': Toni Kroos comes up with a shot, on target, but to no avail as Weidenfeller saves it.
30': Elsewhere in Bundesliga, Leverkusen have scored their first goal and leading Werder Bremen with 1-0 scoreline. One would like to say that many problems and questions are to be answered by Thomas Schaaf for their recent dismal performances while in English Premier League, Chelsea are leading Arsenal with a goal coming from the nightmare of the defenders Didier Drogba.
25': Comes the first corner of the match for Bayern Munich, Badstuber takes it but results in unproductive.
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