WATCH: ROSE HAILS HUMMELS AND BELLINGHAM
IT'S ALL OVER
So Dortmund take the points. Bielefeld may feel a tad hard done by after creating a number of decent chances, but they just weren't able to put them away. The amazing goals from Bellingham and Hummels are what people will remember from this game though!
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Donyell Malen 34.07km/h
Manuel Akanji 34.00km/h
Emre Can 33.50km/h
BUNDESLIGA DEBUT FOR MALONEY
It's a first top-flight outing for 22-year-old German-American Lennard Maloney.
BIELEFELD PULL ONE BACK
Klos tucks it away confidently, but it's surely just a consolation at this stage.
GOAL!1 : 3
PENALTY TO BIELEFELD!
Hummels fells Wimmer in the box and the hosts have a spot-kick...
THAT FINISH FROM BELLINGHAM...
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The home side make good headway, once again down the right, but a series of passes in the box doesn't end with a shot as Brandt tracks back and makes a brilliant sliding tackle to snuff out the danger.
AMAZING GOAL FROM BELLINGHAM!
How did he do that? There appeared to be little danger when Reus brought down a high ball on the left-hand side of the Bielefeld box and played it back to Bellingham. The England international had other ideas though; his feint sent the first defender the wrong way, before he dribbled past two more Bielefeld shirts and dinked the ball over Ortega and into the net. Simply sublime!
GOAL!0 : 3
HUGE SAVE FROM HITZ!
A lovely move down the right from Bielefeld as they carve open the Dortmund defence. Wimmer receives the ball about 15 yards out, slightly right of centre, and instantly gets a shot away. It seems destined to nestle in the bottom corner at the far post, but Hitz produces a brilliant save to claw it away.
NEXT CHANGE FOR BVB
Tigges replaces Malen up top for the visitors.
Wimmer comes on for Fernandes as the home side hope fresh legs might be able to unlock the BVB backline.
The English teenager has an effort on goal but it's no trouble for Ortega.
WIDE FROM REUS!
Brandt slides a pass into Reus' path on the right and the Germany international tears into the box. The angle is tight but he still gets a shot away, but drags it narrowly wide of the far post.
RAMOS GOES CLOSE
Schöpf delivers Bielefeld corner from the left deep to the back post, where Ramos is arriving. He out-jumps everyone else in the box and heads the ball towards goal, but it bounces just wide of the post.
BIELEFELD RUNNING HARD
Distance run (km)
Bielelfeld forward Klos, one of two half-time substitutes for the hosts, gets a shot away but there's not enough power behind his left-footed effort and it's a comfortable save for Hitz in the Dortmund goal. The custodian came on for the visitors to replace Kobel, who picked up a knock in the first half.
Bielefeld get the ball rolling in the second half.
VISITORS IN FRONT
So Dortmund go into the changing rooms with what looks like a comfortable 2-0 advantage thanks to Can's penalty and Hummels' stunner, but they haven't had things all their own way. Far from it in fact. Serra and Hack have both had excellent chances for Bielefeld, who have continued to look for - and find - openings in the Dortmund rearguard. This one's not over yet.
HUMMELS MAKES IT 2-0!
Wow, what a hit! Bielefeld struggle to clear a corner from the right and eventually the ball comes to Hummels, lurking on the edge of the box. The defender smashes in an acrobatic volley into the roof of the net to give his side a 2-0 cushion. A brilliant strike!
GOAL!0 : 2
CHANCE FOR LAURSEN!
Bielefeld haven't given up, their earlier chances giving them hope that they can get something from this game. Laursen is the next player to have a go as he sprints into the box, but the angle is very tight and he can't really get a shot away.
FIRST FOR CAN
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Wolf does well down the right and gets into the box. He drills a cross low across the face of goal. Ortega sticks out a leg and blocks it, but only into the path of Reus. The ball comes at the Dortmund captain too quickly for him to control though, and bounces off his knee and goes out.
Cool as you like, Can side-foots the ball into the bottom right corner, sending Ortega the wrong way. The goal comes against the run of play given Bielefeld's improvement over the last few minutes, but Dortmund are in front!
GOAL!0 : 1
PENALTY TO DORTMUND!
Malen is felled in the box and BVB have a penalty!
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Manuel Akanji 34.00km/h
Emre Can 33.50km/h
Edimilson Fernandes 32.59km/h
Bielefeld are pressing a lot higher up the pitch now and the next sight of goal arrives for Brunner, who shoots from 25 yards out. He catches it well but the ball sails well wide of the target.
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HUGE CHANCE FOR BIELEFELD!
Pongracic gives the ball away near the halfway line, presenting Bielefeld with a glorious opportunity on the counter. Serra's the one who intercepts his pass and he now bears down on Dortmund's goal, but his touch as he enters the box is a touch too heavy, allowing Kobel to come out and block his attempted shot. That could, and probably should, have been 1-0 for Bielefeld there.
DORTMUND WELL ON TOP
BIELEFELD GO CLOSE!
The best chance of the game so far falls to the hosts as they attack well down the right, with Fernandes charging into space. His cross into the middle finds Hack, who controls the ball and turns his marker in one movement to get a left-footed shot away, but Kobel gets down well to his left to make the save.
Malen receives the ball on the edge of the area and immediately gets a shot away. It's rising towards the top corner but Ortega manages to tip it around the post.
Dortmund get into the Bielefeld box for the first time as Reus darts into space to collect a ball over the top on his chest, but a defender is watching him closely and does enough to knock him off his stride.
Bielefeld are allowing their visitors to advance to the halfway line before closing them down, packing their own half and denying Dortmund any space to work in. They're trying to get forward at pace too, but haven't had any joy so far.
HERE WE GO!
Dortmund get the ball rolling!
CHANCE FOR BIELEFELD
Frank Kramer's side are yet to win this season, with five points on the board from five draws so far. As Haaland, Guerreiro, Moukoko, Reyna and Dahoud are all absent for the visitors, this might present a golden opportunity to pick up their first victory.
HISTORY ON DORTMUND'S SIDE
BVB have won 16 of the 36 Bundesliga meetings between these sides, with eight draws and 12 victories for Arminia. Last season Dortmund won both fixtures, winning 3-0 at home and 2-0 away.
INSIDE THE VISITORS' DRESSING ROOM
MALEN AND HAZARD IN ATTACK
The hosts bring Edimilson Fernandes and Masaya Okugawa into the side from the one that drew 1-1 with Augsburg last time out, while Dortmund's biggest change comes in attack. With top-scorer Erling Haaland sidelined, Donyell Malen leads the line alongside Thorgan Hazard as BVB continue to suffer from injuries all over the pitch.
THE ALM IS READY!
Subs: Hitz, Jesus Carvalho, Tigges, Witsel, Passlack, Knauff, Maloney, Papadopoulos
Dortmund: Kobel - Pongracic, Akanji, Hummels, Can - Wolf, Bellingham, Brandt - Reus (c) - Hazard, Malen
Subs: Schulz, Ramos, Czyborra, Klos, Lasme, Okugawa, Krüger, Wimmer, Andrade
Bielefeld: Ortega - Brunner, Pieper, Nilsson, Laursen - Fernandes, Prietl (c), Kunze, Schöpf - Serra, Hack
We're about half an hour out from kick-off in Bielefeld and the team news is in. Let's start with the hosts...
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