Our own Kai Dambach was on-hand and fully credentialed for Saturday’s Revierderby, which hosts Borussia Dortmund blow a 4-0 first half lead, only to draw the match 4-4 after a furious Schalke second half come-back.
Kai was on-hand before, during, and after the match—camera in hand.
All images and captions are the property of Kai Dambach, who graciously shared them with the Bundesliga Fanatic for this piece. (Note: click on specific images for larger views or a slide show version of the photos.)
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