St. Gallen - Borussia Dortmund sent out a clear statement of their intent for the coming season with an impressive display to defeat reigning Italian champions Juventus 2-0.
Thomas Tuchel's men play their first competitive game of the 2015/16 campaign away to Austrian side Wolfsberger AC in the third round of qualifying for the UEFA Europe League on 30 July, and warmed up in perfect fashion for that tie by flexing their muscles against the beaten Champions League finalists.
BVB dominated almost from start to finish and scored two eye-catching goals through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus, who stole the show with a breathtaking solo run over half the pitch before finding the net in the 64th minute.
Tuchel made numerous substitutions, with only centre-back Mats Hummels staying on the pitch for the full 90 minutes. Roman Weidenfeller and new signing Roman Bürki each played a half in goal.