The season's first "Der Klassiker" between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich was played on Saturday night. The home team broke the Bundesliga before the summit, with four points down to Bayern the third before the round.
The visitors had to decide without Arjen Robben and the home side allowed Marwin Hitz to take advantage of a free kick when Roman Bürki was in the right. It was a blatant summit that turned several times.
Dortmund started the strongest and had, instead of five or two, and Marco Reus free kick for the first ten minutes, but burned both.
By then Bayern took the lead after 25 minutes. Serge Gnabry did everything right to get a great shot at Robert Lewandowski after some good work on the wings.
The first half ended at 1-0. In others, the home team did not last long. Marco Reus crossed Manuel Neuer and hit the goalkeeper. The judge blamed the penalty that caused the Neuer and Bavaria competition. Reus took the penalty and made 1-1.
After 53 minutes, Bayern launched their lead. Gnabry continued the battle, and Joshua Kimmich rolled him to the grass surface. The polka bear nicknamed the second goal in the evening 2-1.
Five minutes later, Marco Reus got the golden position to sign again. Fully clean before the goal, the German kicked off Manuel Neuer's ball but Kimmich threw himself and saved the finish. After a few minutes, Paco Alcacer's opponent burned in a super-opposition game when Neuer had disappeared.
However, Osingon would have come to Dortmund for Easter. Marco Reus knocked home the 1 – 2 goal just outside the reach of the field. 67 minutes into the game, Ja BVB managed a counterattack, making the score 0 – With 74 minutes played, Paco Alcacer came in from the right, feinted, then sped past the off-balance defender to make the score 0 – 3 – 2 for Neuer. The Barcelona loan now has eight goals in the first two and four inland Bundesliga.
Marco Reus also has eight goals in the league and the BVB duo shares the league leader with Borussia Mönchengladbach with Alassane Pléa.
Eventually Robert Lewandowski knocked the ball to the end but the referee did it.
Dortmund won the match 3-2 and now moves to Bavaria. The BVB has seven points before the sixty leading champion and four points before the second Mönchengladbach.
Dortmund: Hitz – Piszczek, Akanji, Zagadou, Achraf – Weigl, Witsel – Sancho, Götze, Bruun Larsen – Reus.
Bavaria: Neuer – Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Alaba – Martinez, Goretzka – Ribery, Gnabry, Müller – Lewandowski.