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Borussia Dortmund beats Eintracht Frankfurt and enters the Champions League qualifying zone

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Borussia Dortmund beats Eintracht Frankfurt and enters the Champions League qualifying zone

Dortmund beat Frankfurt at home 3-1 and finished round 26 of the German Championship in fourth place in the table. The goals were scored by Gotze for the visitors and Adeyemi, Hummels and Can for the home team. In the next round, Borussia visits Bayern in the classic, while Frankfurt hosts Union Berlin […]

17 mar
2024
– 15h48

(updated at 3:48 pm)

Dortmund won in a comeback and controlled the offensive actions of the match.

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Dortmund beat Frankfurt at home 3-1 and finished round 26 of the German Championship in fourth place in the table. The goals were scored by Gotze for the visitors and Adeyemi, Hummels and Can for the home team.

In the next round, Borussia visits Bayern in the classic, while Frankfurt hosts Union Berlin in an attempt to recover this season.

FIRST STEP

Borussia were in danger in the 6th minute following a free kick from Reus in the half-moon. The German hit with a curve and the ball went to goalkeeper Trapp’s left. The home team attacked again at 10, when the ball was left at the edge of the area for Maatsen to fill his foot, but it went over the goal. At 13, Frankfurt’s GOAL. Pacho sent a low ball to Omar Marmoush on the counterattack, catching the opposing team exposed. He carried it to the penalty area, hit it to a great save from Alexander Meyer and on the rebound Gotze shot into the goalkeeper’s corner. 0x1! In the 18th minute, Reus finished one-on-one, the ball fell to Fullkrug who headed towards Traz’s left corner, but Pacho cut over the line and avoided the equalizer.

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At 32, Dortmund’s GOAL. Schlotterbeck found an exquisite long throw for Malen on the wing, the Dutchman dribbled past the markers, invading the area and crossed underneath for Adeyemi at the second post who only pushed it into the net. 1×1! In the 37th minute, Frankfurt’s goal was disallowed. In a move similar to the initial goal, Marmoush shot behind the defense and sent it into the back of the goal, but the linesman pointed out the irregularity.

Half-time: Dortmund 1×1 Frankfurt.

SECOND TIME

In the 4th minute, Ebimbe received the pass on the right of the area, shot hard into the air and goalkeeper Meyer made a good save. At 13, Hummels tried to cross and the ball exploded on Edimbe’s chin. The attacker fell to the ground and asked for medical attention. In the 17th minute, Nkounkou finished on target, but the chance was saved by goalkeeper Meyer. At 26, Malen finished in the penalty area on the right and the ball came off the post. In the 32nd minute, Hummels kicked hard from the middle of the street and the ball went very close.

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At 35, Dortmund’s GOAL. Brandt took a free kick at the near post and Hummels headed it in to take the lead. 2×1! At 39, red canceled for Emre Can. The midfielder arrived late and hit his opponent with a cart. VAR called and the referee changed the decision and issued a yellow card. In the 46th minute, penalty and GOAL for Borussia. Bynoe-Gittens was fouled inside the box and Can converted the penalty to kill the game. 3×1!

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End of game: Dortmund 3×1 Frankfurt

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