Paul Johnson is a writer at Fear The Wall, having joined the community in December 2017, and become a member of the writing staff in May 2019. Paul is a Southampton and Borussia Dortmund fan, and a data scientist. His writing often focuses on football analytics, using the tools he uses in his day job, from machine learning to statistical modelling, to better understand and evaluate BVB, the Bundesliga, and football as a whole.
BVB fought tooth-and-nail for three points, and were rewarded for their efforts.
Dortmund leave Tyneside with all three points and a slim chance of progressing from the Champions League group stages.
The relegation battle is starting to take some shape, and there’s some unlikely contenders currently in the mix.
Malen has faced criticism for some of his performances lately. But are those criticisms warranted?
Just one goal separated the two sides, but BVB were much better than Werder Bremen on Friday night.
Bayer Leverkusen and Stuttgart are the top two in the Bundesliga right now, in no small part due to their talismanic strikers.
A big second half performance turns things round for BVB to lift them to second place in the Bundesliga.
Dortmund defended well but were toothless in front of goal.
Leverkusen & Stuttgart lead the Bundesliga after impressive starts to their seasons.