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What. A. Game. Bayern looked to be cruising to victory with Goretzka and Sane goals giving the defending Bundesliga champions a 2-0 lead. But Dortmund weren't to be denied. Moukoko pulled one back with 16 minutes remaining. Coman was then sent off for the visitors and the hosts added the pressure that eventually led to Modeste's last gasp equaliser. Stunning.
LATE LEVELLER !
Scenes! Neuer fists Bellingham's centre out. The ball is worked back into the mixer. Schlotterbeck does brilliantly to keep it in play and sends a cross to the far post where Modeste dips to head home an equaliser.
FINAL BVB PUSH
Dortmund have a corner, Meyer is up for it. Bayern hack clear.
Adeyemi and Sane go in hard on each other and both are yellow carded.
COMAN SENT OFF
Coman pulls and then tugs some more at Adeyemi who is looking to escape. A free kick and here comes the referee. This is not going to be good news for Coman who was already booked. And there is the second yellow for the Bayern man.
Moukoko makes way for Thorgan Hazard as Dortmund make a last throw of the dice here.
MAZRAOUI OFF TARGET
Mazraoui shoots over the top to take a little pressure off the visitors, who will have hoped they've stemmed the Dortmund tide.
12 times under pressure
BVB GO CLOSE
Dortmund are almost level! Adeyemi again flies down the flank and sends in the most inviting of crosses in for Modeste. The striker gets a touch - and not exactly the one he wanted - but Neuer is able to make the save.
MANE BIDS FAREWELL
Mane's first-ever Klassiker comes to an end, with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting on for the Senegalese striker.
Moukoko's goal means that Dortmund have now scored at least a goal in 39 consecutive home games in the Bundesliga: a new club record!
MOUKOKO MAKES HISTORY
Youssoufa Moukoko becomes Der Klassiker's youngest goalscorer at 17 years and 323 days!
Coman slides in on Bellingham and the Bayern attacker is shown a yellow card.
BVB BACK IN IT
Brilliant combination play from Modeste and Moukoko leads to the latter collecting a pass from the striker and digging out a shot that has Neuer well beaten. Game on!
Goretzka is this close to scoring a third with a rasping shot that flashes just wide of the target.
Adeyemi shows Stanisic a clean pair of heels as he races through on the right. The young forward is forced out at the last, however. The subsequent BVB corner fails to creat a chance.
Here comes big Anthony Modeste. Can the former Cologne striker pull BVB back into this game? The French forward has three career goals against Bayern. What Dortmund would give for one more of those now.
NO WAY THROUGH
Wolf and Brandt are working hard to get BVB back into this game but that final pass is just not coming off for the hosts. Bayern look relatively comfortable at the back too, as they defend their lead.
Marius Wolf Leroy Sané
BAYERN TURNING THE SCREW
Sane and Musiala try to walk in Bayern's third. Meyer saves from the latter as BVB look very shaken. Edin Terzic's men need to regroup here.
DE LIGT AND OUT
De Ligt's first Klassiker experience comes to an end with Nousair Mazraoui coming on for the Bayern central defender.
23 times under pressure
SANE ON FIRE
With nine goals in all competitions, Leroy Sane is Bayern's top scorer this season. The No.10 has netted four times in his last three games.
Goretzka downs Moukoko from behind and that's a yellow card for the Bayern player.
BVB coach Edin Terzic throws Karim Adeyemi into the action for his first taste of a Klassiker. The young Germany international will look to be an impact here with his side up against it.
SANE MAKES IT TWO
Musiala's pass is helped into the path of Sane by Süle's touch. The Bayern man lets fly from distance and Meyer can only divert the ball into the top corner with his right hand. The keeper will be disappointed with that but Sane doesn't care as he wheels away in celebration.
VISITORS STILL LEADING
Goretzka's shot is punched clear by Meyer, but straight to Mane, who heads wide of the upright.
Wolf is straight into the action with an effort that Neuer palms over the crossbar. A strong start to the second half for the hosts.
CHANGES GALORE !!
Changes on both sides at the break with Dortmund throwing Marius Wolf into the mix to replace Hummels. A triple swap from Bayern, meanwhile, sees Stanisic, Coman and Kimmich come into the mix.
AWAY WE GO AGAN !
The second half is on. Can BVB come back into the Klassiker or will Bayern stretch their lead? We're about to find out.
That's the end of a pretty enthralling first half. Goretzka provided Bayern with the breakthrough as Jamal Musiala made it four assists for the season so far. BVB have had a couple of decent chances of their own, meaning there is all to play for in the second half. Don't go anywhere.
CAN SEES YELLOW
Can chops down Gnabry and goes straight into the referee's notebook.
Leon Goretzka's opener was the Bayern No's 8's first goal since April 2nd. He is also the 11th Bayern player to score this season.
BVB respond, hustling Bayern out of possession on the right and working the ball into a central position. Brandt pokes a pass in for Malen whose shots is blocked out by Neuer.
There's the opening goal. Terrific work from Musiala who tricks and turns inside the box before cutting back to Goretzka outside the area. Goretzka fires low through a forest of legs and into the corner of the net.
GUERREIRO HAS A GO
Guerreiro wellied in his team's opener against Sevilla from the left hand side in midweek and he has a go from a similar position here. Neuer will have felt that one sting his palms as the keeper parries out what was an impressive shot.
MANE BLOCKS SANE
Sane winds up to shoot from distance and lets fly with an effort that hits teammate Mane. Frustrating for Bayern.
Brilliant work from Brandt who bounds down the right before arcing a tasty pass in for Moukoko. Upamecano is reading this all the way, however, and gets a crucial touch that allows Neuer to tidy up.
Malen gets his head down and runs at the Bayern defence. The BVB attacker slams a shot at goal which takes a deflection and bounces wide. The corner comes to nothing.
Sane wide on the right sends a harmless cross all the way over and out of play. The Bayern No. 10 raises a hand in apology to his teammates.
BAYERN SET PIECE
Davies wins a corner off Bellingham. Sabitzer takes but it's gone straight into the arms of Meyer.
NO WAY THROUGH
A ball over the top finds Gnabry in a little space. Schlotterbeck ushers the Bayern man away from danger and the home fans let out a roar.
ONE MORE YELLOW
Now. This game has some needle, no doubt. Bellingham fells his mate Musiala and the ref needs to come over and break up some handbags. Yellow card for Bellingham. The third booking of the game.
DE LIGT YELLOW
De Ligt is called back for an earlier lunge on Bellingham, which sent the England international flying. Here comes the second yellow card for Bayern in these early stages.
It's all a little bit scrappy so far as both teams try to settle into the game. Schlotterbeck launches one from deep but the pass goes all the way through to Neuer. A shake of the head from the BVB defender.
BAYERN FANS BOUNCING
There are 8,000 visiting supporters here and they are making plenty of noise inside the stadium. The Dortmund faithful respond in kind. Cracking atmosphere.
Sabitzer gets in an early reducer on Malen and the referee flashes a yellow card in the Bayern man's direction.
Away we go! Bayern kick off and the Klassiker is ON !!!
PLAYERS ARE OUT
It's handshakes time. Manuel Neuer leads his Bayern side down the Dortmund line and then awaits his fellow captain, BVB's Mats Hummels, in the centre circle.
TEAMS IN TUNNEL
The stadium announcer is filling the crowd in on who is in both teams. We await the appearance of the players, who are gathering in the tunnel.
WHAT AN ATMOSPHERE!
There are 81,000 fans inside a packed Signal Iduna Park. The majority of those in attendance are currently belting out a terrific rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone.
FUN FACT !
For the first time since 2012/13, Bayern have no ex-Dortmund players in their squad. At BVB, on the other hand, three ex-Bayern players start today: Can, Hummels and Süle.
BVB LOCKER-ROOM READY
Bellingham is good mates with Jamal Musiala, Bayern's 19-year-old attacking pearl and leading marksman in the Bundesliga with five top-flight goals to his name to date. Throw in the Stuttgart native's three assists in the division and it's easy to see why Dortmund will have their work cut out trying to keep the Germany international quiet here.
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TEAM NEWS - DORTMUND
Mats Hummels, Niklas Süle and Nico Schlotterbeck all start for Dortmund today, the first time they have all been on the pitch from the off for BVB. Hummels comes in for Thomas Meunier, while Donyell Malen replaces Karim Adeyemi in attack. Youssoufa Moukoko is preferred to Anthony Modeste up front, the youngster having impressed in the Champions League against Sevilla. If the 17-year-old scores today he would become the youngest Klassiker scorer of all time!
TEAM NEWS - BAYERN
Julian Nagelsmann has made two changes to his side following the Champions League win over Plzen in midweek, with Benjamin Pavard replacing Noussair Mazraoui at right-back and Marcel Sabitzer coming in for Ryan Gravenberch in central midfield. Thomas Müller is absent due to illness, while Joshua Kimmich begins on the bench following illness of his own.
FIRST FOR MANE
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DORTMUND STARTING XI
Meyer - Süle, Hummels (c), Schlotterbeck, Guerreiro - Can, Bellingham, Özcan - Malen, Brandt - Moukoko
Kobel, Hazard, Wolf, Modeste, Adeyemi, Passlack, Rothe, Coulibaly, Papadopoulos
BAYERN STARTING XI
Neuer (c) - Pavard, Upamecano, de Ligt, Davies - Goretzka, Sabitzer - Sane, Musiala, Mane - Gnabry
Ulreich, Schenk, Kimmich, Coman, Choupo-Moting, Gravenberch, Tel, Mazraoui, Stanisic
NAGELSMANN'S BVB TAKE
TERZIC CALLS ON FANS
BVB boss Edin Terzic said today's hosts, "Will need the energy that the fans can give us," in today's colossal Klassiker encounter. Terzic didn't want to put all of the onus on those watching inside Signal Iduna Park, however, with the 39-year-old adding, "Equally, it is our responsibility to show our opponents from the beginning that we want to leave the pitch as winners."
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