Scorer of the winning goal in Borussia Dortmund's 3-2 win against Borussia Mönchengladbach on Matchday 30, Raphael Guerreiro once again underlined his status as one of BVB's most important players.
Cleverly finding some space at the front post in the 87th minute, Guerreiro rose to head Gonzalo Castro's whipped free-kick past Yann Sommer into the far corner of the Gladbach goal. It was the UEFA EURO 2016 winner's sixth goal of the season.
Guerreiro's header could also prove crucial to BVB's campaign: the three points lifted Thomas Tuchel's side into third place, above Hoffenheim, who they meet at the SIGNAL IDUNA PARK on Matchday 32.
Top facts - Raphael Guerreiro
- Guerreiro has scored in the last two Bundesliga games.
- The versatile left-back whipped in more crosses than any other Dortmund player on Matchday 30.
- Guerreiro also enjoyed the most touches of the ball (109) of any player on the field.
Watch: see what Guerreiro's team-mate Roman Bürki made of BVB's display: