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WHAT A COMEBACK FROM HOFFENHEIM
They were 3-0 down with 15 minutes to play before the incredible comeback began. Mistakes for Dortmund in every goal, with Belfodil poking home the first at the back post, before Kaderabek was left too open at the back post to head home a cross. Before, right at the end, Belfodil's header gave Hoffenheim a point after Sancho had fouled him to win the free-kick. A very disappointing half from the home side after such a stunning display in the first.
Two changes at the break for Hoffenheim, with Demirbay and Kramaric off, being replaced by Belfodil and Geiger.
BIG CHANCE GOES BEGGING!
A long ball to the back post beats Baumann and Diallo is waiting for it at the back post. The Frenchman puts the ball back into the middle of the goal, but no one in a yellow shirt is on hand to smash it home!
BELFODIL COMPLETES THE COMEBACK!
Dennis Geiger's cross to the near post is flicked on towards goal by Belfodil and it beats Bürki to his left to send the away fans into raptures. Incredible scenes in the Signal Iduna Park, and we still have time for a winner!
HOFFENHEIM STILL PUSHING ON
While Dortmund look dangerous on the counter-attack, it's the away side who are doing all the attacking right now...
PACO WITHIN INCHES
A bullet cross to the near post is flicked on towards goal by Paco Alcacer, but it actually deflects off a defender and goes just beyond Baumann's post.
KADERABEK BRINGS THE GAME TO LIFE!
The full-back rises highest at the back post to meet a deep cross, and head the ball back across goal into the goal off the far post. Can Hoffenheim complete an incredible comeback?
BELFODIL GIVES HOFFENHEIM HOPE
Kaderabek's cross to the back post runs through to Belfodil, and he pokes the ball towards goal at Bürki's near post and it squeezes through the Swiss shot-stopper's hands to give Hoffenheim a goal.
SANCHO HITS THE POST
Another magical moment from the Englishman as he races away down the left wing and is found with a through ball. He beats him man towards the near post of Baumann's goal, before shooting across goal, but only being able to find the post.
KADERABEK FORCES THE BEST OF BÜRKI AGAIN
This time it's a corner which forces Bürki to make a save, as Kaderabek heads towards goal from inside the box. Benjamin Hübner then fluffed his lines from inside the box after the next corner.
SANCHO AND NELSON ON THE SAME PITCH
The boyhood friends are on the same pitch as each other, on different teams, for the first time in their young career. Having missed out on sharing a pitch earlier in the season with Nelson an unused substitute, the time has come for the childhood best friends to come together at the Signa Iduna Park.
A GOAL FROM NOTHING FOR BVB
They'd been off the pace throughout this second half, but a moment of magic from Sancho and co. takes Dortmund out of distance, surely, from a Hoffenheim comeback.
IT'S THREE FOR DORTMUND!
Sancho produces a backhell nutmeg on Posch which puts Götze in on goal. The German then cuts the ball back into the mix for Guerreiro, who only has to tap into an empty net with Baumann stranded.
BÜRKI SAVES THE DAY AGAIN
Belfodil turns on a six-pence in the box and shoots at goal through Weigl's legs, but Bürki produces a superb low save.
HOFFENHEIM BUILDING MOMENTUM
The away side are far the better side in this second half with Bürki tested on a couple of occasions already. Dortmund struggling to keep possession when they get it due to the high pressing game of their visitors. Can they take advantage of the pressure?
JOELINTON GOES BEAST MODE
Superb strength and control from the Brazilian as he muscles off Dahoud while keeping the ball in possession, before opening space for a shot on goal from the edge of the Dortmund box. Bürki makes a solid diving save to his right to deny him a goal.
SCHULZ INCHES WIDE!
Lovely interplay from Hoffenheim with the first signs of real cohesion in attack today. Joelinton exchanges a one-two and plays the ball out wide for Schulz to run on to, but his powerful strike across goal blazes just beyond Bürki's far post.
GUERREIRO GOES CLOSE
The outside of Guerreiro's left boot almost made it 3-0 early in the second half. His shot curling towards goal from the edge of the box, but in the end drifting wide of the target.
SANCHOS HIGHLIGHT REEL FIRST HALF
Scoring his eighth Bundesliga goal, Sancho is now the youngest player in Bundesliga history to have reached the total. He has done it at 18 years and 321 days old. Not only the goal, but his entire first half performance should be documented to show the world exactly how football should be played. A breathless effort from start to finish, coupling his ridiculous technique with decision-making beyond his years. Hoffenheim couldn't handle him one bit.
SANCHO RUNNING THIS SHOW
The Hoffenheim defence is like a dear in headlights right now when Jadon Sancho has the ball. The 18-year-old is as confident as we've ever seen him, taking on every player in front of him when he has the ball. Absoutely fearless and outstanding in every way. His close-control, dribbling ability and decision-making are all coming together.
GÖTZE DOUBLES DORTMUND'S LEAD
Mario Götze scores his 50th Bundesliga goal in his career and possibly his most simple. Jadon Sancho is played in down the left wing, and he cuts onto his right and shoots at goal. Baumann parries the ball away, but only into the path of Götze to tap into the empty net.
HAKIMI FORCES A SAVE
The left-back beats his marker on the left side of the edge of the box and shoots at the near post, but Baumann tips the ball around for a corner.
ONE SHOT IS ALL IT TAKES
Falling in love with Dortmund... The home side score with their first shot on target of the game, and Sancho produces his first Bundelsiga goal of 2019.
SANCHO PRODUCES HIS MAGIC AGAIN
A similar goal to the one he scored against Gladbach earlier in the season. He carries the ball across the face of goal and then fires a shot back across goal, beyond Baumann, and into the far bottom corner. A superb finish from a special talent.
DORTMUND TAKING CONTROL
It's taken 20 minutes, but the Dortmund attack is now beginning to find its flow, even without Marco Reus to help out. Raphael Guerreiro and Mario Götze have been heavily involved thus far.
PHILIPP FIRES JUST WIDE
The Dortmund No.10 takes aim from the edge of the box with his eyes set on goal, but he drags his strike wide of the target with Baumann struggling to covering his goal.
RAIN IS POURING IN DORTMUND
Weather update from the Signal Iduna Park is that the heavens have opened. It'll make for a slicker passing game for both sides, but it also looks very windy down on the pitch which could make things even more difficult for both sides.
SANCHO SCORES, BUT IT'S OFFSIDE
No goal for Dortmund after the ball goes in off Sancho. However, Philipp was offside as the ball ran towards him and Baumann in the Hoffenheim goal, before Posch's attempted clearance bounced off Sancho and into the net.
SLIGHTLY FRANTIC START
Both sides have been on the ball and always looking to bring it forward, but neither side has been able to take full control. And neither goalkeeper has been tested so far.
UNDERWAY IN DORTMUND!
With Dortmund kicking away from the Yellow Wall in the first half, we're underway.
CAN BVB GO TEN CLEAR OF BAYERN?
While second-placed Borussia Mönchengladbach are in action at the same time as Dortmund - at home to Hertha Berlin - Bayern Munich are not playing until later today, when they host Schalke. Dortmund could go ten points clear of the defending Bundesliga champions before they've kicked a ball.
NEW LEADERS NEEDED
Neither side is playing with their club captain, with both Marco Reus and Kevin Vogt missing through injury. Their replacements are Lukasz Piszczek and Benjamin Hübner, but which can provide the right leadership to take their team to all three points?
NO FAVRE FOR DORTMUND
Not your usual team news update, but Borussia Dortmund will have to do without their head coach on the sidelines as Lucien Favre has fallen ill today.
Baumann – Posch, Hübner (c), Bicakcic – Kaderabek, Bittencourt, Grillitsch, Demirbay, Schulz – Kramaric, Joelinton
Bürki – Piszczek (c), Weigl, Diallo, Hakimi – Witsel, Dahoud – Sancho, Philipp, Guerreiro – Götze
TEAM NEWS IS IN!
The official line-ups for both sides are now in, and one of Jadon Sancho and Reiss Nelson is starting the game. But who is it?
Welcome along to the match centre for the game Dortmund vs. Hoffenheim from matchday 21 of the 2018/19 Bundesliga season at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK. Check back here for full information on the match.