Dortmund defeated Gladbach 1-3
Monchengladbach – Borussia Dortmund back further defeat in the Bundesliga. This time, Die Borussen defeated Borussia Moenchengladbach 1-3.
Play at Borussia Park on Saturday (11/04/2015) night, Dortmund forced to acknowledge excellence Gladbach host. Instead direct their goal conceded in the first minute.
As bait Patrick Hermann towards Fabian Johnson who greet and direct the ball into the goal Dortmund. Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller was able to secure the goal but the ball gag and lansgung struck by Oscar Wendt. The second attempt was the host can not be anticipated Weidenfeller. Dortmund was 0-1.
Entering the 32nd minute, Dortmund re-pierced. Attackers Gladbach, Rafael Araujo, who led Herrmann welcome the ball from midfield. Did not waste the opportunity, Rafael fired the ball with an unexpected direction by Weidenfeller.
Excellence Gladbach 2-0 last until the first half ended.
Entering the second half, Dortmund farther behind. In the 67th minute Havard Nordtveit confirmed host advantage. Starting from a corner kick, the ball is turned approaching the goal was dammed by the penggawa Dortmund.
Nordtveit who stood unmarked easily struck the ball into the goal Weidenfeller.
Dortmund shorten the lag in the 76th minute. Getting feedback from Jeremy Dudziak, who was escorted Ilkay Guendogan host player fired the ball into the goal and the goalkeeper can not be anticipated.
Approaching the 90th minute, Gladbach even almost added advantage when Krule directing the ball into the goal. But, the ball wide.
In fact, Dortmund appear more dominant throughout the match. Juergen Klopp’s team made the dominant recorded in up to 54% ball possession and make more experiments 17 goals but only three were on target. Gladbach just makes attempt 12 but seven shots on goal.
Dortmund ended the game with a 1-3 defeat. Negative results were made they were in tenth with a collection of 33 points and a two-goal deficit. The Gladbach ranks third with a value of 53.
Borussia Monchengladbach: Yann Sommer; Roel Brouwers, Alvaro Dominguez, Oscar Wendt, Tony Jantschke; Patrick Herrmann (Mahmoud Dahoud 90 ‘), Havard Nordtveit, Fabian Johnson (Thorgan Hazard 77’), Granit Xhaka; Raffael Arajuo (Andre Hahn 89 ‘); Max Kruse
Borussia Dortmund: Roman Weidenfeller; Neven Subotic, Mats Hummels, Vasilis Papasthathopoulos, Marcel Schmelzer; Sebastian Kehl; Shinji Kagawa (Adrian Ramos 63 ‘), Ilkay Guendogan, Henrikh Mkhitaryan; Jakub Blaszczykowski (Jeremy Dudziak 70 ‘), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Ciro Immobile 77’)