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PSV saved the home streak – open CL duel before the return in Dortmund – Dagsavisen

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PSV saved the home streak – open CL duel before the return in Dortmund – Dagsavisen

Thus, it seems quite open as to who will progress, but the bookmakers will probably point to Dortmund before the return meeting in Germany on 13 March.

Tuesday’s equalizer came from Luuk de Jong’s penalty early after the break. The referee resolutely pointed to the chalk mark when Mats Hummels apparently fouled Malik Tillman.

The veteran stopper reacted violently and pleaded his innocence, but the decision was not overturned in the VAR room. The TV images showed that Hummels was on the ball first.

Solid by Ryerson

Good recovery play was behind Dortmund’s leading goal after barely 25 minutes. The visitors took the ball back deep into PSV’s half, and with several players close to them, Malen managed to fire a clear shot.

The finish skimmed past a PSV foot and went in via the crossbar. Malen celebrated subdued at what was his home arena for several seasons before his move to Dortmund in 2021.

Julian Ryerson played solidly in the back position for Borussia Dortmund. He often went on good runs and had almost complete control over Hirving Lozano.

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Long awaited

PSV have won 15 of their last 18 games on home turf. There, the Dutch have a goal score of 34-6 in this period. Last autumn they finished behind Arsenal in the Champions League group stage.

The team is in the knock-out phase for the first time in eight years and is chasing its first quarter-final ticket since 2007.

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Dortmund advanced before Christmas as winners of what many referred to as the “group of death”. The Germans topped Paris Saint-Germain, while Milan and Newcastle came out on top.

Both PSV (1988) and Dortmund (1997) are former winners of the prestigious European Cup.

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