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Full-time: Dortmund 4-2 Gladbach
Dortmund recovered from falling two goals down to beat Gladbach 4-2 in the battle of the Borussias. Little goalmouth action in a tactical second half, with the hosts holding on for three precious points.
That seals it
Gladbach gambled and sent Nicolas forward for a corner, and Dortmund break. Malen races clear with an empty goal ahead of him, and he takes the ball from just inside his own half to the other end and tucks it in, celebrating before he puts the icing on the cake for Dortmund.
Kramer very close to silencing Signal Iduna Park, but his sliced volley goes inches over the crossbar.
Six more minutes
Plenty of time for a final twist.
That is not to say Dortmund do not want a fourth, and Malen very nearly got it - his fizzing low shot saved well by Nicolas low down to his left.
Dortmund are happy to have possession now without gambling on any attacks - these three points are important and they are protecting them.
His fourth goal of the season is the difference between the sides at present, but Füllkrug's shift is done as Moukoko comes on. Fresh legs also for Gladbach with Neuhaus and Hack looking to breathe new life into them.
Dortmund in dangerous territory
Reus bends a beauty of a free-kick over the wall, but it lands plumb on the crossbar! Dortmund are looking to turn the screw.
Bynoe-Gittens eyes a brace
Two good chances for Bynoe-Gittens to get his second. The first would have been pulled up for offside, but his second effort needed a save from Nicolas.
The doctors are called on quickly by the referee after Pléa falls to the ground after appearing to get struck by Can's shoulder. He's back on his feet, though, and the whole stadium applauds him after what was a scare for all involved.
Tiredness taking a toll?
It was a tiring and thrilling first half, played in heavy rain which has made the pitch quite heavy too. The fact Jordan, who was back from injury, and Sabitzer, who put in a big shift for Austria against Germany in midweek, are not emerging for this second half could be down to tiredness. Reyna and Čvančara are on.
Half-time: Dortmund 3-2 Gladbach
What an action-packed half at Signal Iduna Park with five goals. The home fans are in full voice, but they were not so happy half an hour ago when their team were almost three down. The turnaround was completed with Gladbach happy to get in just one goal behind.
Reus has a chance to make it four, but Nicolas makes himself big and blocks his effort from a tight angle. The guests will be happy to hear the half-time whistle.
From two down to one up, Bynoe-Gittens - fresh from his first assist of the season - slots in a third from the edge of the area. Nothing Nicolas could do about it.
VAR had a look at it, but no penalty was given. That interruption may, ironically, help Gladbach as Dortmund were building momentum.
Dortmund penalty claim
Dortmund are enjoying their best spell of the game and they are claiming a penalty as Bynoe-Gittens goes down in the area.
Fourth Foal fold
This is already the fourth time this season that Gladbach have squandered a two-goal lead. On Matchday 1 they did it twice, from 2-0 and 3-1 to draw 4-4 with Augsburg, and on Matchday 10 in Freiburg, where they drew 3-3 after leading 3-1.
Both sides have been particularly effective in front of goal, exceeding their xG substantially.
We have had just over half an hour, and four goals already! Füllkrug levels with a fine finish to dink the ball in off the far post from Bynoe-Gittens' nod down.
This is just what Dortmund needed! Gladbach were threatening a third, but Dortmund break and Brandt's cross beyond the far post is struck in sweetly by Sabitzer. Unstoppable due to a deflection off Scally.
Clinical corner kings
Gladbach score following a corner again - they are the league leaders in this! Koné gets the ball from the second cross after Dortmund only half-clear their lines, and he dances past a posse of Dortmund defenders before converting.
Foals' feet on the ball
The last few minutes have been frustrating for Dortmund as the Foals appear just to have got their foot on the ball and are slowing things down a bit.
Pléa on fire
The pass from Pléa was key to Reitz's goal, and it is the fourth goal involvement for the Frenchman in the past four games (three goals, one assist)
Cool as you like!
Rocco Reitz scores for the second game in a row, and what an accomplished finish! Pléa sends the ball through for him, but he still has 40 yards between him and goal. He holds off the challenge of Schlotterbeck and then slots the ball coolly into the bottom corner.
Like Kobel at the other end, the first bit of work for Nicolas is to get down low to deny Bynoe-Gittens, whose shot lacked power, even if it had the right direction to it.
Kobel keeps his Netz clean
First bit of work for the Dortmund goalkeeper to deny Netz, whose low shot was threatening to creep inside his near post. Bright and bold start from the guests.
Cloudy and cold
Just five degrees and cloudy, and a mist greets the kick-off as both sets of fans make their presence clear.
Here they come!
Dortmund and Gladbach come out. The hosts are 11 points behind league-leading Bayern and can ill-afford for that gap to stay so big.
You'll Never Walk Alone
The home fans are delivering their rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone, which must mean the teams are about to come out and we're going to begin soon!
Singing in the rain
All ready for Reus
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Among those four changes is also Ramy Bensebaini, who returns to action after a four-week injury lay-off just in time to face his former club. He's not the only ex, with Marco Reus starting against his familiar Foals.
Dortmund starting XI
Kobel - Ryerson, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Bensebaini - Sabitzer, Can (c) – Bynoe-Gittens, Reus, Brandt - Füllkrug
Meyer, Morey, Özcan, Reyna, Wolf, Moukoko, Malen, Meunier, Süle
Gladbach starting XI
Nicolas - Scally, Elvedi, Wöber - Honorat, Reitz, Weigl (c), Koné, Netz - Jordan, Pléa
Olschowsky, Chiarodia, Friedrich, Herrmann, Neuhaus, Ngoumou, Kramer, Hack, Čvančara
Seoane's view on Dortmund
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Terzić's view on Gladbach
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Dortmund have won their last nine home meetings with Gladbach by an aggregate score of 32-5. Gladbach, meanwhile, are the most entertaining team on the road so far this season, with 14 goals scored and 14 against.
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