After a tense – but goalless – 90 minutes, Paco Alcácer’s rocket of a free kick pushed Dortmund over Wolfsburg. Alcacer’s second goal moments later, along with Bayern Munich’s 1-1 draw in Freiburg, put Dortmund back on top of the league.
With Marco Reus out of the line-up because of the birth of his child, Dortmund occasionally struggled up top, unable to find the final piece until the very end. Wolfsburg nearly stole the show with two second-half chances that nearly worked in their favor. Wolfsburg coach Bruno Labbadia said afterwards that it was an “extremely bitter defeat.”
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