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Arsenal FC 1-2 Borussia DortmundFULL TIME: Robert Lewandowski's late winner is enough for Dortmund to take all three points against an in-form Arsenal side. The Gunners will feel hard done by, but from BVB's perspective they fought for the whole 90 minutes and despite falling onto the back foot, battled back to claim a deserved victory which throws UEFA Champions League Group F wide open.
FC Schalke 04 0-3 Chelsea FCFULL TIME: Schalke's inexperience comes back to haunt them as they fail to recover from an early set-back through Fernando Torres. Patchy promising moments weren't enough for them to take anything from the game as Chelsea move level on points with the Royal Blues at the top of UEFA Champions League Group E.
FC Schalke 04 0-3 Chelsea FC86’ GOAL!: Schalke are completely undone on the counter attack as they fall further behind against Chelsea. Eden Hazard is allowed to stroll forward into the final third with the ball and when Joel Matip follows Fernando Torres's dummy, the Belgian international skips to his left before slotting the ball past a helpless Timo Hildebrand.
70% - Robert Lewandowski has scored seven of Borussia Dortmund's last ten Champions League goals. Poacher #afcbvb— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) October 22, 2013
Arsenal FC 1-2 Borussia Dortmund85’ It may not be enough to crack this top five, but that may have been one of Robert Lewandowski's most important goals in a Dortmund shirt.
AUS DEM NICHTS! 1:2 LEWANDOWSKI!! (82.) // THAT WAS SOME COUNTER ATTACK! #afcbvb 1-2— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) October 22, 2013
Arsenal FC 1-2 Borussia Dortmund82’ GOAL!: My oh, my! Dortmund retake the lead completely against the run of play, but neither they nor Jürgen Klopp will care as they've silenced the crowd inside the Emirates Stadium. One clinical counter-attack was all it took as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang released the marauding Kevin Großkreutz, who showed the presence of mind to pick out the late-arriving Robert Lewandowski with his cross allowing the prolific Pole to side-foot home at the near post to hand BVB an unlikely lead.
Noch knapp 10 Minuten. Kämpfen, Jungs! // 10 minutes to go. We're having a hard time here right now. #afcbvb 1-1— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) October 22, 2013