SIGNAL IDUNA PARK
WATCH: MOUKOKO: "LET'S SEE WHERE THIS JOURNEY GOES"
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
TALE OF THE TAPE
Moukoko is taken off to rapturous applause from the home crowd, and high-fives all round on the bench. Modeste comes on for the last few minutes.
GANVOULA HAS A GO
Bochum are still searching for a consolation here and Ganvoula tries his luck from outside the box, but it's high, wide and not very pretty.
BREAK IN PLAY
Hummels is receiving treatment on the pitch after clash of heads.
A triple change for Bochum too, with Holtmann, Antwi-Adjei and Ganvoula to breathe fresh life into their attack.
BVB are in action again on Tuesday, away at Wolfsburg, so coach Terzic brings on some fresh legs for the final 20 minutes or so.
RIGHT ON TRACK
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REUS GETTING READY
The Dortmund captain is stripping off and preparing to come on.
By rights, we shouldn't even have seen one goal yet in this game. Instead, we've had three!
TOP QUALITY FINISHING
The forward looks certain to get his hat-trick as he causes mischief inside the box, but shoots wide under pressure from two defenders.
Riemann is rooted to the spot as Brandt directs his free-kick towards the near post. He gets it over the wall but it whistles just wide of the target.
Gamboa is booked for bringing down Bellingham just outside the Bochum area. It's a prime position for a Brandt free-kick...
0 off target
3 on target
2 off target
1 on target
BOCHUM HIT THE POST!
The visitors go so close to pulling a goal back as Osei-Tutu races through on goal and slots the ball past Kobel, only to see his effort hit the base of the post before being hooked clear!
UNDER WAY AGAIN
Dortmund restart the action in the second half.
THREE AND EASY
Dortmund are in front, and deservedly so. It could be a very long second half for Bochum at this rate.
JAW-DROPPING GOAL FROM MOUKOKO
Sensational stuff from the 17-year-old! Riemann is caught in no-mans-land following Schlotterbeck's long punt forward and Moukoko, spying him off his line, curls a sublie lob over the Bochum goalkeeper and into the net!
Compared to when the match kicked off, BVB's chances of winning have sky-rocketed. It'll take something special from Bochum to come back from this now.
DORTMUND ON COURSE FOR THE WIN
PENALTY DECISION OVERTURNED
Reyna scampers into the box and jinks inside Soares. He's too quick for the defender, who chops him down. The referee points to the spot straight away but reverses his decision after consulting his pitch-side monitor.
Decision No penalty
BELLINGHAM A WHISKER AWAY!
A lovely back-heel from Brandt releases Reyna into space down the right. He gets to the byline and drills the ball across the face of goal, looking for Bellingham. The English youngster throws himself at it but just can't quite reach it!
BRAINS AND BRAWN
BVB burst forward with Brandt, who slots the ball into the run of Reyna. Soares shows a great turn of pace to catch him and block for a corner though.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
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What a shame for Bochum as this was a lovely finish from Hofmann, who brilliantly brought down a diagonal pass from the left before holding off Schlotterbeck's challenge and lobbing the ball over Kobel. He was offside when the pass was played though, so it won't count.
Decision No goal
BOCHUM'S BAD LUCK
The away side have now given away nine penalties this term - an unwanted historic record in the Bundesliga at this stage of a season.
GIO SPOT ON
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0 off target
2 on target
0 off target
0 on target
COOL AS A CUCUMBER
Amazing composure from the US international there, slowly trotting up to take the spot-kick before coolly sending Riemann the wrong way and rolling the ball into the opposite corner.
PENALTY TO DORTMUND!
Brandt plays the ball into the box to Malen, who executes a sublime turn and completely outfoxes Lampropoulos, who brings him down. The referee points straight to the spot!
WHAT A GOAL!
The 17-year-old receives the ball around 10 yards outside the Bochum box, under pressure from Ordets. He shrugs off the challenge, turns and smashes an unstoppable drive into the top corner! A brilliant hit!
Malen is brought down by a wild hack wide on the left. Guerreiro whips in the ensuing free-kick but it's not his best effort and is cleared by the visitors.
They may be near the bottom of the table and playing in one of the most intimidating stadiums in Europe, but Bochum have started well here, enjoying plenty of early possession and making the presence felt in midfield. Dortmund are yet to settle.
HERE WE GO!
The ball is rolling at Signal Iduna Park!
A total of 194 goals have been scored in games between these two, averaging at 3.13 per match.
This is the 63rd Bundesliga meeting between these teams - and Dortnund have the upper hand overall with 24 wins (39%) to Bochum's 17 (27%). On home turf Dortmund have triumphed 58% of the time (18 of 31), even if Bochum did pull off an astonishing 4-3 win on their last visit here in April earlier this year.
It's a milestone occasion for Bochum right-back Gamboa as he makes his 100th competitive appearance for the club today.
WATCH: DORTMUND'S GOALKEEPERS WARMING UP
The Dortmund captain is back in the squad for the first time in three weeks following injury. He only played 45 minutes against Union Berlin on 16 October after struggling to recover from an ankle complaint. He'll be keen for some minutes here though - not least so that he can prove to Germany head coach Hansi Flick that he's fit enough to go to the World Cup with Germany.
WATCH: DORTMUND INSPECT THE SIGNAL IDUNA PARK TURF
TEAM NEWS - DORTMUND
Letsch's BVB counter part Edin Terzic has swapped half his team following the midweek Champions League draw in Copenhagen: Guerreiro, Süle, Bellingham, Brandt and Moukoko all come in for Hazard, Passlack, Can, Adeyemi and Modeste.
TEAM NEWS - BOCHUM
Bochum coach Thomas Letsch has mad three changes to his team following last week's loss in Wolfsburg, with Vasileios Lampropoulos returning to the starting line-up for the first time since Matchday 6, and Konstantinos Stafylidis for the first time since Matchday 2. Simon Zoller also begins up top. Dominque Heintz, Philipp Förster and Christopher Antwi-Adjei are the players who have made way.
WATCH: BOCHUM ARRIVE AT SIGNAL IDUNA PARK
DORTMUND STARTING XI
Kobel - Süle, Hummels (c), Schlotterbeck, Guerreiro - Özcan, Bellingham - Reyna, Brandt, Malen - Moukoko
Meyer, Coulibaly, Hazard, Reus, Can, Passlack, Papadopoulos, Modeste, Adeyemi
BOCHUM STARTING XI
Riemann - Gamboa, Ordets, Lampropoulos, Soares - Losilla (c), Stafylidis - Stöger - Osei-Tutu, Hofmann, Zoller
Esser, Oermann, Janko, Horn, Osterhage, Förster, Holtmann, Antwi-Adjei, Ganvoula
Bochum enjoyed a mini revival in October, with surprise league victories over Eintracht Frankfurt and leaders Union Berlin, as well as advancing to the last 16 of the DFB Cup, but last week's 4-0 humbling at Wolfsburg will have brought them crashing down to earth again. As such, Bochum sit 17th in the table in just 17 points with the leakiest defence in the division (32 conceded). Dortmund have had a couple of wobbles of their own but are now unbeaten in five in all competitions, including victories in their last two Bundesliga outings.