Matchday 22 All matches Table All matches Buy tickets BVB Borussia Dortmund LIVE 02/10/18 15:30 Full time 2 : 0 SIGNAL IDUNA PARK HSV Hamburger SV LIVE 02/10/18 15:30 Full time 2 : 0 Live blog News Match statistics Sorry, no live ticker available. Dare to brave Fortress Dortmund? Borussia Dortmund brought up a landmark 500th home Bundesliga win in the club’s history on Matchday 22 of 2017/18, underlining the fortress-like nature BVB’s homes have had for the club down the years. Watch: Dortmund 2-0 Hamburg Marco Reus celebrated his long-awaited comeback in Dortmund's win over Hamburg. Marco Reus: MD22 Man of the Matchday A winning comeback after over eight months out - Marco Reus made quite an impact on his return. Watch: Marco Reus delights in return Marco Reus reflects on his long-awaited comeback from injury in Dortmund's win over Hamburg. Watch: The Marco Reus Story A career defined by fighting back - The story of Marco Reus hasn't always been a fairy tale. Watch: Batshuayi "I'm very happy" The on-loan Chelsea striker is enjoying life at BVB after hitting his third goal in two games. Reus back, Batshuayi on target and BVB win Reus started for the first time in nine months as Dortmund beat Hamburg 2-0. Dortmund 2-0 Hamburg: As it happened! Michy Batshuayi netted his first goal at the Signal Iduna Park in a crucial win for Dortmund. Reus and Götze finally reunited? The BVB duo could be back on the pitch together for the first time in over a year on Saturday. Watch: Michy Batshuayi: A tactical breakdown How exactly did Michy Batshuayi undo Cologne on his Dortmund debut? Stöger turning back the Klopp on Kagawa? Shinji Kagawa: What is Peter Stöger doing with the Borussia Dortmund man that others couldn't? Good news for Borussia Dortmund... Maximilian Philipp and Marcel Schmelzer returned to training on Wednesday, following injury. Bürki takes note of Andy Murray's winning formula The Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper follows tennis star's tip to stop balls hitting the net. Previous meeting: Hamburg 0-3 Dortmund Pulisic, Aubameyang and Kagawa all got on the scoresheet as Dortmund retained top spot.