It was a top six clash between league leaders Borussia Dortmund and sixth place Hertha BSC on Saturday. For a while, however, the attention in the stadium turned to the away stand as Hertha fans and riot police clashed in the first half. Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho continued his impressive early season run in the league with two goals.
Hertha always countered Dortmund’s goals, which ended with a Salomon Kalou penalty in second half stoppage time. Dortmund continue to lead the league with 21 points, and Hertha BSC are still in European contention with 16 points.
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