Alemannia Aachen 0-4 Borussia Dortmund
Goals: 0-1 Wanner (9'), 0-2 Ametov (25'), 0-3 Götze (67'), 0-4 Philipp (76')
Dortmund head coach Lucien Favre did not make the trip to Aachen due to a back injury but his side showed no such restraints and dominated from the off. After a period of sustained pressure, youngster Dominik Wanner drilled in the opener from Götze's pass, and it was not long before Beyan Ametov doubled their lead. Aachen showed flashes of danger on the counter, but never troubled Marwin Hitz with their shots from distance.
It was largely one-way traffic after the interval too and Götze got the goal his performance deserved after a neat one-two on the edge of the box before drilling in from 18 yards. Philipp also got his name on the scoresheet before the final whistle, lashing in after jinking past two defenders.
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Aachen: Zeaiter - Heinze, Müller, Hackenberg (c), Redjeb, Boesen, Temür, Rakk, Holtby, Idrizi, Schmitt
Substitutes: Tigges, Salata, Pütz, Bösing, Batarilo, Glowacz, Garnier, Stulin, Kleefisch, Kayan
Absentees: Schmitt (knee)
Coach: Fuat Kilic
Dortmund: Hitz - Toljan (Rode 46'), Toprak (Sechelmann 60'), Pieper, Wanner - Weigl (Konate 79'), Dahoud - Ametov (Baxmann 71'), Götze (c), Burnic- Philipp
Unused substitutes: Unbehaun
Absentees: Akanji (thigh), Bürki (groin), Kagawa (ankle), Pulisic (calf), Reus, Schmelzer (both knee) Wolf (thigh), Alcacer, Delaney, Hakimi, Sancho, Witsel (international duty)
Coach: Lucien Favre
- Three points clear at the top of the Bundesliga after seven matches, Dortmund resume their title quest away to VfB Stuttgart on 20 October.
- Dortmund are the Bundesliga's top scorers in 2018/19 with 23 goals.
- Götze's goal against Augsburg was his first in the Bundesliga since 10 February 2018.
- Toprak's last competitive appearance for Dortmund came in May 2018.
- Dortmund last met Aachen in the Bundesliga in April 2007, winning 4-1 away.
- Aachen midfielder Joshua Holtby is the brother of Hamburg and former Schalke midfielder Lewis Holtby.