Borussia Dortmund took care of visiting Eintracht Frankfurt with a 3-1 victory on Friday evening, but it was not a quick and simple affair. Both sides had trouble putting efforts on target in the first half, and Frankfurt pulled level with just over 20 minutes to go, but two goals in the final 20 minutes put the black and yellow back on top for good.
New signing Francisco Alcácer put the finishing touches on the game with his thunderbolt from just inside the box. That final goal will give Dortmund fans plenty to look forward to as they played their first of seven games over the next three weeks.
Thomas Tuchel fielded one of the youngest ever Dortmund starting line-ups, as he dealt with an injury-storm, which forced 10 of his players out of the weekend’s home clash against 2nd place Hertha Berlin. Certainly, not ideal conditions […]
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Nickname: Die Adler (The Eagles) Founded: March 8, 1899 Club colors: Red and black Primary Rivals: FSV Frankfurt, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Kickers Offenbach, 1. FSV Mainz Fan Friendship: Oldham Athletic, Atalanta Bergamo, Wacker Innsbruck Trophies: […]