That's an actual result from Borussia Dortmund this season and what a game it was. On a record setting night (Most CL-goals during one game and Passlack became the youngest German to ever score in the CL) the comeback of Marco Reus stood out. The captain is back and it's like he never left. Let's take a look at all the other results from yesterday.
- Champions League results:
Sporting 1 - 2 Real Madrid
A close one for Real. Varane put them in front but Sporting was able to equalize with ten men on the field when Coentrao was booked for a handball that gave Sporting a penalty that Adrien Silva had no trouble converting. However Benzema was able to score the late winner and give Real the chance to win back the top spot in Group F.
ZSKA Moscow 1 - 1 Leverkusen
Oh Neverkusen. Another good first half wasted when they collapsed late, this has been a recurring theme for them all season. Luckily for them they are still able to qualify because....
Monaco 2 - 1 Tottenham
...there is also a British Neverkusen. Tottenham was supposed to be the strongest team in that group and yet matchday 5 in the CL is over and they're already out of the competition. Monaco easily won this game to secure the top spot in the group and if it weren't for some Hugo Lloris heroics this would've been ugly.
Copenhagen 0 - 0 Porto
I guess this game happened...
Leicester 2 - 1 Brugge
The first goal Leicester ever conceded in their CL-history. In the end it didn't matter though as they won and qualified as the group winner.
Sevilla 1 - 3 Juventus
Very unlucky for Sevilla here. They were on the same level as Juve and actually scored to get the early lead but a red card for Vazquez changed the game. From then on it was all Juve. A tough loss for Sevilla which hasn't qualified yet an needs a result against Lyon in the last game.
Zagreb 0 - 1 Lyon
A less than stellar performance from Lyon but a win is a win and it keeps their chances alive although they need to win at home against Sevilla in the last game in order to advance.
- Comeback for Neven Subotic
Subotic announced in a Facebook post that he'll play tonight for BVB II in the fourth German league. It'll get a lot less media attention as the comeback from our Dortmunder Jung' but it's still good to hear that he's on his way back.
Daily Buzz: We still have to get a result at the Bernabeu to finish first so focus on the league or play with the first team in Spain?