bundesliga.com brought you live updates throughout the evening... That concludes our coverage of tonight's action. It's been a hugely disappointing night for both Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04, who both suffered defeats despite playing reasonably well. Many thanks for following us tonight and we hope you'll join us for the next round of games in Europe's premier club competition. Click here for our match report on BVB's defeat to Arsenal FC... ...and here for the report on Schalke 04's loss to Chelsea FC. here, with our handy overview, what this means for the Champions League groups and standings. FULL TIME!: And that's it. A disappointing night all-round for the Bundesliga clubs, with both Dortmund and Schalke succumbing to defeats. Final scores!: Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC Chelsea FC 3-0 FC Schalke 04
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC89' Dortmund have resorted to punting high balls into the box - not their usual style at all. Lewandowski has a half-chance from a well-worked corner routine, but he heads over from close raange under pressure from the keeper.
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC86' Julian Schieber comes on for Marco Reus in a last throw of the dice from Klopp. Arsenal are getting plenty of bodies behind the ball though and are repelling Dortmund's advances with ease at the moment.
Chelsea FC 3-0 FC Schalke 0483' GOAL!: It had been coming for a while and now Chelsea striker Demba Ba has surely sealed the points for the hosts, rifling in a left-footed volley from ten yards after a clever lofted pass over the Schalke defence.
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC81' Dortmund are playing towards their imposing Yellow Wall, which is now imploring them to attack. Never write off Jürgen Klopp's charges when they've got that kind of a 12th men supporting them.
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC79' Özil whips a dangerous free-kick into the box and Roman Weidenfeller charges off his line to punch clear, only he missed the ball and appeared to connect with Koscielny's head. The ball goes harmlessly out for a goal kick and on we go...
Chelsea FC 2-0 FC Schalke 0475' Chelsea are looking increasingly comfortable now and Schalke appear at a loss as to how to find a foothold on proceedings.
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC70' Arsenal have got the bit between their teeth now and are rampaging forward in search of what would be a decisive second. Dortmund are still getting opportunites to break, but are a little bit panicked and lacking the necessary composure. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is warming up and looks ready to come on though. Can the Gabon international turn things around?
Chelsea FC 2-0 FC Schalke 0466' Chelsea still dominating and Schalke's hopes are now dwindling after Draxler was substituted off with injury. There's still time for a comeback though...
Borussia Dortmund 0-1 Arsenal FC62' GOAL!: This had an inevitable feeling about it, especially after Dortmund have missed so many decent opportunities going forward. Sokratis made a hash of his clearance on the edge of the box and the ball fell to Özil, who dinks in a lovely cross, which is flicked back across goal and nodded in from close range by Aaron Ramsey.
Chelsea FC 2-0 FC Schalke 0460' Since scoring their second, Chelsea have even more of a spring in their step and show no sign of letting up. Schürrle has a decent curling effort will saved by Hildebrand.
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC57' Arsenal are enjoying a decent spell in the ascendancy at the moment and aren't shying away from going on the attack. That said, they do look rather nervous once the BVB frontline gets up a head of steam in their half.
Chelsea FC 2-0 FC Schalke 0454' GOAL!: Eto'o strikes again, tucking away a tidy finish from the right-side of the box after a sweeping Chelsea counterattack.
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC49' Marco Reus, not usually known for his heading ability, leaps to meet Sven Bender's cross from the right, forcing a fine save from Szczeny. Reus then sticks the ball in the net moments later, but it is ruled out for offside. right here. HALF TIME!: While you're having your cup of tea and biscuits during the interval, why not take a look at the path Dortmund have taken under the guidance of coach Jürgen Klopp over the last few years? His enthusiasm is infectious. HALF TIME!: Both matches have now gone into the break. Dortmund will be disappointed not to be ahead so far - they really need to make one of their chances count. Schalke and Hildebrand in particular will be livid with themselves. As if playing against Chelsea wasn't hard enough, gifting them a goal headstart has given Jens Keller's men a mountain to climb in the second half.
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC45' Dortmund are pressing Arsenal high up the pitch, not giving them a moment to settle into any rhythm. However, when the hosts win the ball back, there are always several red shirts back and ready to cover.
Chelsea FC 1-0 FC Schalke 0442' Schalke, to their credit, haven't let their heads hang despite that setback to throw their game plan of course. The Royal Blues haven't come close to Cech's goal in a while, but their putting up a decent fight. This says it all about the Mkhitaryan chance:
Hach! // So close, Miki! #bvbafc 0-0— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) November 6, 2013
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC37' Henrikh Mkhitaryan really should have done better there. After some nice build-up play the No10 is fed the ball on the edge of Arsenal's area with a clear sight of goal. He takes a touch to steady himself but somehow contrives to slice the ball wide with the left-hand side of the goal begging him to smack it home. That was the best chance of the night and it should be 1-0 to Dortmund by now.
Chelsea FC 1-0 FC Schalke 0431' GOAL!: Oh dear, oh dear. Hildebrand will have nightmare's about this one for weeks to come. There was no apparent danger when the Schalke keeper rolled the ball out to himself on the edge of the area looking for a team-mate to pass to. Yet he dithered far too long and failed to react, despite seing Samuel Eto'o approach him. His last-ditch attempted hoof clear simply rebounded off the forward's leg and into the open goal.
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC29' They say the stats don't lie - how about these. Dortmund have had four shots on goal so far. Arsenal? Zero. Coach Jürgen Klopp, back on the touchline tonight following his suspension, will be hoping his charges are not made to pay for squandering their opportunities again. Remember Gladbach?
Chelsea FC 0-0 FC Schalke 0426' Schalke are now sitting very deep and Chelsea are not letting them have much of the ball at the moment. Much is resting on Julian Draxler tonight, who is still on 20, despite seemingly have been around for ages. His quick-thinking and equally nimble footwork will be crucial if the visitors are to take anything from this game.
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC23'It would be fair to say that the teams have started on an equal footing, with each giving as good as they've got. Dortmund are looking marginally more menacing in attack, with Robert Lewandowski and Marco Reus typically lively going forward.
Chelsea FC 0-0 FC Schalke 0420' No sooner have I said that than Hildebrand is forced to make a stunning save. Former Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Andre Schürrle fires in a wicked free-kick from a central position around 30 yards it. It dips and swerves over the wall, but Hildebrand is able to fist it clear, although he ends up in the net himself.
Chelsea FC 0-0 FC Schalke 0415' Chelsea have ridden the wave of early Schalke pressure and are now starting to come into the game themselves, although they are yet to get anywhere near Hildebrand's goal.
Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Arsenal FC10’ Dortmund have also started brightly against the Gunners and almost took the lead through Robert Lewandowski, but the Polish international was unable to beat Szczeny in the visitors' goal after getting on the end of Marco Reus pass. The atmosphere inside Signal Iduna Park is electric, as ever.
Chelsea FC 0-0 FC Schalke 045’ Julian Draxler goes close for Schalke with a low shot from the edge of the area. The youngster's effort just sneaks past the post, however, with Cech well beaten. Moments later Adam Szalai fires wide. Very positive start by the Royal Blues at Stamford Bridge, but they could be ahead inside the opening five minutes. KICK-OFF: We're underway in Dortmund and in London. Jürgen Klopp will be delighted to be back in the Signal Iduna Park dugout at tonight, but the BVB coach will be even happier if his side can record a second straight victory over the Gunners tonight.
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