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2:03
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0:12

WATCH: SANCHO: "I'VE BEEN PRACTICING PENALTIES"

0:19

WATCH: BELLINGHAM: "WE PUT OUR CHANCES AWAY IN THE SECOND HALF"

Full-time
90'
+ 3

GUERREIRO DENIED!

A chance for a fourth right at the end as Guerreiro is slid in on goal, but Ortega makes a big save once again to keep the score as it is.
90'
+ 1

ADDED TIME

We'll have three minutes of time added on at the end of this game in Dortmund.
90'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland34.62km/h
2.
Emre Can
Emre Can33.13km/h
3.
Jadon Sancho
Jadon Sancho33.02km/h
87'

INTO THE FINAL MINUTES

Brandt and Zagadou are on for Dortmund with the points wrapped up at this stage, and Dortmund looking to keep control of the ball for the final minutes here.
85'

Substitution

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Dan-Axel Zagadou
Dan-Axel Zagadou
sub
Mats Hummels
Mats Hummels
85'

Substitution

sub
Julian Brandt
Julian Brandt
sub
Mahmoud Dahoud
Mahmoud Dahoud
83'

Yellow card

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Manuel Prietl
Manuel Prietl
81'

REINIER ON TARGET!

A first ever Dortmund goal for the Brazilian with his first touch of the ball. It's Haaland who finds Sancho out wide, and he returns the pass to Haaland who then slides it across to Reinier for a simple finish in front of goal.
81'

Reinier

GOAL!

3:0
Reinier
Goal probabilityi
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
49 %
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80'

DOUBLE CHANGE

Reinier and Meunier come on for the final 10 minutes for BVB.
80'

Substitution

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Reinier
Reinier
sub
Marco Reus
Marco Reus
80'

Substitution

sub
Thomas Meunier
Thomas Meunier
sub
Mateu Morey
Mateu Morey
75'

LAST CHANGES

Bielefeld's final substitutes are on with Seufert and Okugawa coming on for the final 15 minutes.
75'

Substitution

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Nils Seufert
Nils Seufert
sub
Ritsu Doan
Ritsu Doan
75'

Substitution

sub
Masaya Okugawa
Masaya Okugawa
sub
Fabian Kunze
Fabian Kunze
72'

Yellow card

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Fabian Kunze
Fabian Kunze
71'

REUS SHOT SAVED

Dortmund break swiftly down the right and Reus is played the ball in front of goal, firing a shot on target at the near post. Ortega is in the perfect place to parry this one away with his head, incredibly.
69'

HAZARD ON!

The Belgian is back for Dortmund, his first appearance in the Bundesliga since the end of November.
69'

Substitution

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Thorgan Hazard
Thorgan Hazard
sub
Giovanni Reyna
Giovanni Reyna
68'

DOAN STOPPED AT THE LAST!

The Japanese forward races into the area and almost goes down under Bellingham's challenge before Can slides in to make a crucial clearance in front of goal.

SAY CHEESE!

Sancho and Co. pose for the cameras at 2-0 up, but there's work to do for Dortmund to secure the points.
65'

BIELEFELD BATTLING

The away side aren't letting this game go easily here and have responded well since going behind at the start of the second half. Fresh legs and fresh ideas in attack, Dortmund's defence is being given some work to do.
63'

SANCHO OMEN

Dortmund are unbeaten in the Bundesliga when Sancho has scored. Their record stands at 25 wins, six draws and no defeats.
62'

TRIPLE CHANGE

Bielefeld changing things up in attack with Schipplock, Gebauer and Vlap all on with less than 30 to play in Dortmund.
62'

Substitution

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Michel Vlap
Michel Vlap
sub
Fabian Klos
Fabian Klos
62'

Substitution

sub
Christian Gebauer
Christian Gebauer
sub
Andreas Voglsammer
Andreas Voglsammer
62'

Substitution

sub
Sven Schipplock
Sven Schipplock
sub
Sergio Córdova
Sergio Córdova
58'

SANCHO SPOT ON!

With his first penalty in the Bundesliga, Sancho fires home to double the Dortmund lead. He sends Ortega the wrong way to make it a goal and assist for the Englishman this afternoon.
58'

Jadon Sancho

GOAL!

2:0
Jadon Sancho
Goal probabilityi
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
77 %
MATCH FACTS powered by AWS
57'

DORTMUND PENALTY!

Reus is brought down by Pieper in front of goal and he's booked, while Dortmund have a penalty.
57'

Yellow card

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Amos Pieper
Amos Pieper
53'

REUS SHOT BLOCKED

Reyna has the ball with his back to goal in the Bielefeld box, so allows Reus to run across him and take the ball with him, too. He teases the defence with players in support before shooting at goal, but Pieper slides in to make a good block.
50'

CAN DOWN

A knock to the head for Can in an aerial challenge with Cordova and he is taking treatment on the pitch. It looks like he will be able to continue.
48'

DAHOUD ON FIRE!

It's all going right for Dortmund's midfield man at the moment and he's on hand to put his side ahead at the start of the second half. Sancho dribbles forward from the left, skipping past a defender before laying the ball off to Dahoud 20 yards out. He fires it low to the left and Ortega has no chance with that one.
48'

Mahmoud Dahoud

GOAL!

1:0
Mahmoud Dahoud
Goal probabilityi
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
6 %
MATCH FACTS powered by AWS
46'

VOGLSAMMER ON TARGET

A bright start from Bielefeld and the ball is played across the edge of the Dortmund area to Voglsammer, who works space for a shot on target which forces Hitz to make a routine save.
46'

HERE WE GO AGAIN!

We're back underway in Dortmund for the second half with no changes for either side.
Kick-off!
Half-time
43'

HUGE CHANCE!

The biggest chance of the game so far comes for the away side. Dahoud loses possession with a heavy touch and Prietl breaks forward. He finds Cordova in front of goal in the area and the forward goes for goal with the outside of his left foot, but totally miscues his strike on goal and fires wide. A big chance goes to waste for Bielefeld.
41'

ALL DORTMUND HERE

The home side dominating possession here and staying patient in their search for an opening in the Bielefeld defence. Reus, Reyna and Haaland have had big chances, but no goal yet as we approach the break.
39'

HAALAND CHANCES!

Two great chances for Haaland, as Sancho plays a pass into him in the Bielefeld area and he fires a shot at goal which is straight at Ortrega. Dortmund keep the ball and recycle it again with Haaland found in much more space for a shot this time. But once again, Ortega palms it away with a fantastic save to his right.
37'

BVB LACKING THE FINAL TOUCH

Goal attempts
6off target
0on target
1off target
1on target

STORY OF THE HALF IN A PICTURE

It's been one-way traffic here in Dortmund, but the home side have found no way through the Bielefeld defence.
33'

HUGE CHANCE FOR REYNA!

The American exchanges a lovely one-two with Sancho before controlling the ball in front of goal to the right. He fires a shot at the near post but his angle is just off and the ball hits the side-netting just wide of goal past Ortega. That should have been on target at the very least.
31'

CLOSE AGAIN!

Reyna plays the ball to Sancho in space on the right and he fires a cross low across the face of the Bielefeld goal. Haaland is lurking, but Nilsson is on hand to clear in front of Ortega.
30'

KNOCK FOR REYNA

A challenge with Prietl and the USMNT midfielder goes down heavily, but he's back up on his feet and will certainly look to continue.
30'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

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Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Erling Haaland
Erling Haaland32.20km/h
2.
Cedric Brunner
Cedric Brunner31.68km/h
3.
Amos Pieper
Amos Pieper30.46km/h
28'

OFF THE BAR!

Dortmund come closest so far to opening the scoring. Ortega comes to clear Sancho's free-kick but flaps at the ball, with Hummels' shot being blocked on the rebound. The loose ball falls to Reus in front of goal but he can only clip the crossbar from 12 yards out with Bielefeld players waiting on the line.
25'

LOOSE TOUCHES

A few too many mistakes being made in Dortmund's build-up play for Terzic's liking here. Sancho and Reyna giving the ball away with loose touches, and then not communicating well enough to stop Bielefeld from playing out of the back. Dortmund's young forwards taking some time to get going here.
20'

NOT SITTING BACK

Bielefeld are allowing Dortmund to have the ball in their own defence but as soon as it does come forward, pressing is happening across the pitch. And when they away side have the ball themselves, they're happy pushing bodies forward in support.
17'

FINDING THEIR WAY

The away side have won the first corner of the game with Doan at the heart of their attacking exploits here so far in the first half.
13'

EARLY DORTMUND DOMINANCE

Possession (%)
7228
12'

GOOD CHANCE!

Doan plays the ball to Kunze in the Dortmund area with his back to goal. He has a touch to control before firing a shot on goal which is straight at Hitz and he can punch clear. Reyna caught in possession once again in the build-up to that.
10'

TIDY START

Dortmund are in control of the ball in the opening 10 minutes here. Bellingham is pushing forward from midfield to outnumber the Bielefeld defence, with Dahoud anchoring the midfield. Sancho has been heavily involved as well, with the home side looking for openings from the off.
6'

GOOD RESPONSE

Bielefeld go right up the other end and it's Prietl who steals the ball from Reyna on the edge of his own area. It runs to Doan who slides a shot at goal with his first touch but it rolls just wide past Hitz and the Dortmund goal.
6'

REYNA'S TURN

Haaland spots Reyna in space on the right side of the Bielefeld area, and he has one touch before shooting low across goal. Ortega reaches for it but doesn't get a touch to the ball as it rolls wide.
4'

BIG CHANCE!

Dahoud plays Reus in behind the Bielefeld defence with a fine through ball and his cut-back is blocked out to Bellingham 12 yards out and in the middle of the goal. He fires a shot on target, but three or four Bielefeld defenders slide across to block.
1'

HERE WE GO!

Dortmund get us underway here on this Saturday afternoon at the Signal Iduna Park.
Kick-off!

TALE OF THE TAPE

Frankfurt's defeat at Bremen last night means Dortmund can close the gap on fourth place to three points today with a win. A huge incentive for BVB. Bielefeld are in the relegation play-off spot at the other end of the table, level on points with Hertha Berlin ahead of them and just one point in front of Mainz behind them. Every point is crucial at this stage of the season for the promoted side.

ARMINIA'S DANGER MEN

Doan and Klos have had a direct hand in 10 of Bielefeld’s 18 Bundesliga goals this season (three goals and two assists each).

HOME COMFORTS RETURNING?

Dortmund are unbeaten at home in the Bundesliga under Edin Terzic (W2, D2). BVB had lost three home games in a row before Terzic took over from Lucien Favre.
2:03

WATCH: BIELEFELD 0-2 DORTMUND - REVERSE FIXTURE

Mats Hummels scored both goals when Dortmund took three points from their trip to Bielefeld earlier this season.

BIELEFELD'S BIG TEAM STRUGGLES

Bielefeld have only won once on the road this season - at Schalke on Matchday 13. Arminia have taken two points across 12 games against teams currently in the top half of the standings.
3:02

WATCH: BACK ON TRACK - DORTMUND DELIGHT

After a testing few weeks, BVB look to be back into the groove, following up on their Champions League victory at Sevilla with a resounding 4-0 Revierderby win at Schalke. By way of an added bonus, youthful superstar frontline duo Haaland and Sancho are firing on all cylinders again.

DORTMUND'S DREAM DUO

Haaland and Sancho have been on fire in recent weeks for BVB, even if the team hasn't had the results they would have been hoping for. Haaland scored his sixth Bundesliga brace of the season last time out - the same number as Robert Lewandowski. Sancho, meanwhile, has contributed 10 goals in nine league games since the turn of the year.
0:20

WATCH: SUNSHINE IN DORTMUND!

It's a perfect day for football at the Signal Iduna Park with Bielefeld in town to face Dortmund...

BVB TEAM NEWS

Emre Can continues in central defence alongside Mats Hummels in the absence of Manuel Akanji, while first-choice goalkeeper Roman Bürki is back in the squad, but only on the bench with Marwin Hitz preferred in goal. Gio Reyna, having started the last two games on the bench, earns a place from the start ahead of Julian Brandt.

BIELEFELD TEAM NEWS

Coach Uwe Neuhaus doesn't tend to tinker, but January signing Michel Vlap - on the back of a debut goal and assist in Munich - does drop out with Sergio Cordova preferred alongside captain Klos.

BVB STARTING XI!

Hitz - Morey, Can, Hummels, Guerreiro - Dahoud, Bellingham - Sancho, Reus (c), Reyna - Haaland

BVB SUBS

Bürki, Zagadou, Schulz, Piszczek, Hazard, Brandt, Reinier, Meunier, Moukoko

BIELEFELD STARTING XI!

Ortega - Brunner, Pieper, Nilsson, Laursen - Doan, Kunze, Prietl, Voglsammer - Klos (c), Cordova

BIELEFELD SUBS

Linner, van der Hoorn, de Medina, Gebauer, Okugawa, Seufert, Hartel, Vlap, Schipplock

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Here you will find the most important information on the game between Borussia Dortmund and DSC Arminia Bielefeld on Matchday 23 of the 2020/21 Bundesliga season.