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Adrian Ramos Makes It 2-1

The Colombian striker gives BVB the lead.

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Adrian Ramos found himself back on the field and back in the goals after his third Bundesliga goal of the season gave Dortmund a 2-1 lead against Hoffenheim.

Ramos hadn't been featuring much for Thomas Tuchel, but was subbed on for Julian Weigl in the 74th minute. He made a brief cameo against Porto in the Europa League but hasn't started a game since the Ingolstadt match on January 30th.

Credit to /u/marcioo on /r/BorussiaDortmund


Tuchel's substitution paid off as Ramos got on the end of an incredible ball from Lukasz Piszczek to complete Dortmund's comeback. Piszczek made a run on the right which was picked out by Ilkay Gundogan. In one motion Piszczek slid and crossed the ball back into the box perfectly for Ramos. The 30-year-old took the chance and headed the ball past a diving Oliver Baumann.

Hoffenheim collapsed a bit after Sebastian Rudy's red card, and this goal opened the floodgates for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to add a third in the final seconds.