vor 4 Tagen Champions League Joker Bruun Larsen führt BVB zum klaren Sieg gegen BVB -Sieg gegen Monaco: Drei Debütanten, drei Tore, drei Punkte. Von der sportlichen Misere des nächsten Gegners lässt sich Lucien Favre nicht täuschen. AS Monaco, in der französischen Liga auf Platz 18 (!) abgerutscht. Borussia Dortmund - AS Monaco, Champions League, Saison /17, 8. Spieltag - alle Infos und News zur Spielpaarung. Chadli - Sidibe, Falcao, Sylla Es wogt mittlerweile hin und her. Tooor für Borussia Dortmund, 2: Aber fürs Erste war Seehofer schneller. Jacob Bruun Larsen Kurz zum fehlenden Personal bei der Borussia: Die Borussia hat Glück, dass die Kugel dem Franzosen komplett über den Schlappen rutscht und deshalb nur im Fangzaun landet. Sancho wird von Wadenkrämpfen geplagt. Der Pole gibt zu, dass er die Kugel ins Seitenaus befördert hat. Von Ulrich Hartmann, Dortmund.
The Spanish side are unlikely to drop points at home to Club Brugge, meaning a win is necessary to keep pace in a bid to top the group.
Dortmund will be without Japanese international Shinji Kagawa, with Favre confirming the playmaker was carrying a slight injury.
This fixture will mark the return of Monaco to Dortmund for the first time since they traveled there for a Champions League quarterfinal match on April 11, Then-Dortmund defender Marc Bartra and a policeman were injured in the bombing.
Two goals down at half time, Borussia Dortmund had seemed to have blown their chance of going top of the Bundesliga. But a breathless second half performance saw them score four as they beat Bayer Leverkusen in style.
It was a midweek of firsts in the Bundesliga, as five players scored their first ever goals for their new clubs. There was an historic victory for one side, a surprise draw for another and a fifth defeat for Schalke.
Borussia Dortmund are unbeaten, top of the table and have just pulled off a sensational comeback against Bayer Leverkusen. Christian Pulisic came off the bench to score the winning goal as Borussia Dortmund got their Champions League campaign off to a winning start.
But the lucky goal papers over the cracks of a poor Dortmund performance. A sputtering Bayern Munich go into their fourth Champions League group-stage match hoping to send a message to Borussia Dortmund.
Hoffenheim, meanwhile, need a win to maintain any realistic chance of progressing. Diego Simeone's side put on a trademark display to avenge their defeat of two weeks ago, as disciplined in defense as they were incisive on the attack.
Both goals had more than a shade of BVB at their best. Click here for the latest Bundesliga results and the current league standings. Here you can also scroll through the results from past matchdays as well as the league standings in previous weeks.
Thanks for joining our commentary this evening. Until next time, goodbye. There were good signs for Jardim in the first half, despite a very disappointing result.
Golovin and Henrichs stood out for the visitors, but progression to the last 16 already looks very unlikely.
Dortmund are in a great position to qualify from the group, but they can't afford a performance like the first half when they face Atletico Madrid later this month.
Dortmund make it two wins from two in the Champions League thanks to a strong second half performance. The scoreline perhaps flatters the hosts, but they were by far the better side after the break.
Reus was excellent, getting a goal and an assist, and Sancho was impressive once again. Monaco offered very little once they went behind.
Larsen receives the ball from Diallo down the left and makes himself some space to cross. The German forward arrives late and completely unmarked at the back post and smashes a driven shot past Subasic into the far corner.
There are three minutes of added time. Philipp gets involved straight away and plays in Reus. Subasic rushes out to close the German down, though, and disposses him.
Sancho seems to have a slight knock and is replaced by Philipp. Reus and Sancho exchange passes in the Monaco third. The ball eventually ends up at Witsel's feet just outside the box, but the Belgian hesitates and Monaco win it back.
An aerial ball is played up to Grandsir. The substitute wins the header, but the ball drops straight to Burki.
Henrichs cuts the ball back to Grandsir, who improvises with a flick, and the ball goes wide. Tielemans challenges Witsel for a bouncing ball in the Dortmund half and loses out.
Reus is given a lot of space but chooses to play a short pass to Alcacer. He is credited with the assist. Moments after his penalty miss, Alcacer rounds the goalkeeper and fires it into the net.
Grandsir is brought on for Sylla. Reus dances past Jemerson and is taken down by Glik in the box. Favre brings Weigl on in place of Delaney.
Golovin finds a backpeddling Falcao with a cross, but the Colombian is off balance and cannot get any power behind the header.
Alcacer dummies Piszczek's cross, which allows Reus to shoot about eight yards from goal. His shot goes just wide of the post. Alcacer looks to be through on goal until a stunning Diallo sliding tackle takes the ball away.
Tielemans takes a free-kick from the centre circle and chips it into the Dortmund box. Akanji rises above everyone else to head clear.
Alcacer is down holding his leg after Glik's studs caught him on the ankle. Monaco's central defender is not shown a card.
Raggi switches play with a long, crossfield ball to Henrichs. The wing-back is quickly closed down, though, and Dortmund win the ball back.
Subasic tries to clear the ball upfield and it goes out for a throw-in. Sancho receives the ball on the edge of the box and slides an inch-perfect pass behind the Monaco defence, which Larsen latches onto.
In the process though, Benaglio picked up an injury and had to be replaced by Croatian keeper Danijel Subasic. Having spent the first half warming up, Dortmund were on fire in the second.
Sancho showed his quality when he spotted substitute Jacob Bruun Larsen sneaking into the box. The English teenager slipped a perfectly-timed ball through for the Dane who finished with aplomb.
Another flowing move nearly saw Dortmund add a second, but Marco Reus' shot somehow ended up behind the goal rather than in it. It sparked a flurry of beautiful football from the home side.
First Reus' tricky in the box resulted in a penalty for Dortmund, but Alcacer could only smash the spot kick onto the bar. Just moments later, sub Julian Weigl threaded a great ball through for Sancho, but he dinked his effort over the goal.
Dortmund's breathtaking spell of chances looked to end without reward, but then Reus sent in Alcacer and the Spaniard showed brilliant composure to round the keeper and score past the two defenders on the line.
There was still time for the outstanding Reus to get on the scoresheet. The captain turned from provider to scorer when he finished calmly after an excellent move and cross by Bruun Larsen on the left wing.
In the last three games, Dortmund have scored 14 goals. It's safe to say they've arrived in this season.
Borussia Dortmund Monaco Reus The cherry on the icing on the cake! Bruun Larsen twists his marker inside out on the left-hand side and crosses low across the six-yard box where Reus is waiting at the back post.
The captain makes no mistake and slides home the third. Jadon Sancho is suffering with a bit of cramp and is replaced, to huge applause, by Maximilan Philipp.
The Belgian looked like he could have shot straight away but he hesitates and the chance is gone. He gets a shot away but it's too central.
Falcao plays in Henrichs on the left hand side of the Dortmund box, the German crosses low and substitute Grandsir flicks the ball just wide.
A missed penalty, a missed chance for Sancho but now, finally, Dortmund double their lead! Paco Alcacer hits it hard down the middle but it flies down off the crossbar, onto the goalline and out.
The score stays and Monaco survive Sancho starts the move by playing in Piszczeck down the right hand side.
He crosses, Alcacer dummies at the near post and Reus shoots just wide. Lovely, flowing football from Dortmund - but Monaco aren't sitting back either, as Falcao gets his head to a cross but can't trouble Bürki.
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Second Half ends, Borussia Dortmund 3, Monaco 0. Borussia Dortmund 3, Monaco 0. Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from the right side of the box to the bottom left corner.
Assisted by Jacob Bruun Larsen. Hand ball by Nacer Chadli Monaco. Radamel Falcao Monaco right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Jean Eudes Aholou.
Youri Tielemans tries a through ball, but Radamel Falcao is caught offside. Youri Tielemans Monaco right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom left corner.
Marco Reus tries a through ball, but Maximilian Philipp is caught offside. Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from the right side of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Maximilian Philipp with a through ball. They are ready to continue. Maximilian Philipp replaces Jadon Sancho.
Delay in match Jadon Sancho Borussia Dortmund because of an injury. Jacob Bruun Larsen Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Marco Reus. Samuel Grandsir Monaco left footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the left. Assisted by Benjamin Henrichs with a cross.
Nacer Chadli replaces Aleksandr Golovin. Manuel Akanji Borussia Dortmund wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Radamel Falcao Monaco. Julian Weigl Borussia Dortmund wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Samuel Grandsir Monaco. Foul by Julian Weigl Borussia Dortmund. Benjamin Henrichs Monaco wins a free kick in the attacking half. Borussia Dortmund 2, Monaco 0.
Jadon Sancho Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from outside the box is too high. Assisted by Julian Weigl with a through ball.
Samuel Grandsir replaces Moussa Sylla. Still Borussia Dortmund 1, Monaco 0. Marco Reus draws a foul in the penalty area.
Penalty conceded by Kamil Glik Monaco after a foul in the penalty area. Julian Weigl replaces Thomas Delaney. Radamel Falcao Monaco header from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner.
Assisted by Aleksandr Golovin with a cross. Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund right footed shot from the centre of the box is close, but misses to the right.
Assisted by Lukasz Piszczek with a cross. Foul by Abdou Diallo Borussia Dortmund. Andrea Raggi Monaco wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Foul by Thomas Delaney Borussia Dortmund. Jean Eudes Aholou Monaco wins a free kick in the attacking half. Foul by Aleksandr Golovin Monaco.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, scorer of 32 goals already this season in all competitions, will relish the prospect of facing a Monaco defence that was overwhelmed at times in the defeat by City at the Etihad Stadium.
The Gabon hitman will receive ample support in the shape of another outrageously gifted young Frenchman, Ousmane Dembele, and the equally exciting up-and-coming USA playmaker Christian Pulisic.
Yet it would surely be foolhardy to expect a side with as much dynamism and firepower as the French giants to simply crumble amid the raucous atmosphere tumbling down from the Yellow Wall.
Dortmund are again likely to be without influential forward Marco Reus, who is nearing a comeback following a month out with a hamstring problem but is unlikely to be risked.
Monaco, meanwhile, will miss the protection of midfield screen Tiemoue Bakayoko, who scored the goal that ultimately knocked City out but also earned himself a suspension by getting booked.
Full-back Djibril Sidibe is also a major doubt after being hospitalised by appendicitis, having already been nursing a rib injury.
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