The Dortmund started on the right foot his passage through the knockout stages of the Champions League after winning 2-3 at Seville this wednesday in the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. With this result, the Borussia Dortmund gains a significant advantage after winning away from home, while the Seville he will have to try harder if he wants to advance to the next phase of the championship.
The first half of the duel started in an unbeatable way for him Seville, which opened the scoring with a goal from Breasts at minute 7. However, the Borussia Dortmund tied thanks to a goal of Mahmoud Dahoud in the 19th minute. Afterwards, the visitors scored again through a goal from Erling haland in the 27th minute that established the 1-2 for the Dortmund. After a new move, the score of the set of Dortmund, who distanced himself through a new both Erling haland, who thus achieved a double moments before the final whistle, in 43, thus closing the first half with a 1-3 on the light.
After halfway through the match, in the second period came the goal for the local team, who approached the scoreboard with a goal of Luuk de Jong in the 84th minute, thus ending the confrontation with a final score of 2-3.
The coach of the Seville gave entrance to Nemanja Gudelj, Luuk de Jong, Munir El Haddadi, Oliver Torres Y Oscar for Ivan Rakitic, Breasts, Youssef En-Nesyri, Papu Gomez Y Joan Jordan, Meanwhile he Dortmund gave the green light to Felix passlack, Julian Brandt Y Thomas miller, which came to replace Raphael guerreiro, Marco Reus Y Mahmoud Dahoud.
The referee showed three yellow cards, one of them to the Seville (Oscar) and two to Dortmund (Hummels mats Y Erling haland).
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Despite the advantage of Borussia Dortmund in the first leg, we will have to wait for the return match that will take place at the stadium Borussia Dortmund to meet the winner.
|Seville:||Bono, Jesús Navas, Jules Kounde, Diego Carlos, Sergio Escudero, Joan Jordan (Óscar, min.72), Ivan Rakitic (Nemanja Gudelj, min.46), Fernando, Papu Gómez (Oliver Torres, min.60), Youssef En -Nesyri (Munir El Haddadi, min.60) and Suso (Luuk de Jong, min.60)|
|Borussia Dortmund:||Marwin Hitz, Mateu Morey, Manuel Akanji, Mats Hummels, Raphael Guerreiro (Felix Passlack, min.77), Mahmoud Dahoud (Thomas Meunier, min.89), Emre Can, Marco Reus (Julian Brandt, min.80), Jadon Sancho , Jude Bellingham and Erling Haland|
|Stadium:||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán|
|Goals:||Suso (1-0, min.7), Mahmoud Dahoud (1-1, min.19), Erling Haland (1-2, min.27), Erling Haland (1-3, min.43) and Luuk de Jong (2-3, minimum 84)|
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