Borussia Dortmund did good business in the eighth finals of the Champions League. Partly due to two goals of Erling Haaland, Die Borussen won 2-3, although a late goal of Luuk de Jong caused a small bleak on the victory.
In advance, it didn‘t seem to be an easy night for Dortmund. The team of trainer Edin Terzic performed very changeable in the last few weeks and occupies a disappointing sixth place in the Bundesliga. In the seventh minute Dortmund was already unfortunate at a 1-0 lag. Suso lashed from the edge of the sixteen, but the shot seemed to end up in the hands of goalkeeper Marwin Hitz. However, Mats Hummels changed the ball direction, making it hit.
However, Dortmund quickly straightened its back. Mahmoud Dahoud dribbled on behalf of Die Borussen towards the goal of Seville goalkeeper Yassine Bounou. He shatted it with a beautiful distance shot in the far corner: 1-1.
Not ten minutes later, it was hit again. Haaland dribbled from an entrance to the Sevilla target. The Norwegian striker handed in the ball to teammate Jadon Sancho, who put Haaland one on one opposite Bounou with a beautiful lobe. Haaland then shot the ball through the legs of the Moroccan goalkeeper: 1-2. Not much later Haaland also scored the 1-3, at Marco Reus’s mark after a sharp counter.
Both shifts went to rest with a 1-3 stand. In the second half Seville crawled more out of its shell and Dortmund fell further away. In the 84th minute this resulted in another goal for Seville: Luuk de Jong entered the ball on the mark of Munir El Haddadi. Sevilla tried it in the final phase, but the equator was no longer in it for Julen Lopetegui‘s team. Dortmund therefore travels back to Germany with a good starting position, although Luuk de Jong’s goal will be a bleak to the victory.