Euro Wrap: Dortmund Keep the Pressure on Bayern

Borussia Dortmund has shown one of the great comebacks this season to win their last match 3-2. With this win,  they are second on the list with only Bayern on top, with only six points separating the two teams. 

However, Bayern’s last game did not go that well as they lost against Borussia Monchengladbach. 

According to the leading Asian bookie platform, going back to Borussia Dortmund’s extreme comeback, it seemed at one stage that Frankfurt was going to run away with the game. They were leading 2-0. 

Dortmund’s first goal came with just 19 minutes remaining, scored by Erling Haaland. In the 87th minute, Jude Bellingham scored the equalizer. And then, Mahmoud Dahoud scored an extraordinary and dramatic goal from a distance of 20 years to win the game magically. With this win, they have managed to earn 3 more points. 

Now, let us wrap some other great news from the football arena. 

Jonathan Tah saved a match for Bayern Leverkusen by scoring a stunning equalizing goal making the scoreline 2-2 against Union Berlin. 

The hosts got a solitary point from that match with the help of Tah’s goal in the 84th minute. 

Hoffenheim beat Augsburg 3-1 to gain three more points. They are currently placed at number 3 on the table. Ihlas Bebou scored a brace at the end of the first half. 

In the Red Bull Arena, RB Leipzig, powered by the heroics of Andre Silva, thrashed Mainz by 4-1. Mainz were reduced to 10 men after defender Alexander Hack was shown a red card for handball in the penalty area. Needless to mention, Silva took full advantage of the penalty and scored out of it. 

Armenia Bielefeld showed a great fight to make a 2-2 scoreline against Freiburg. Freiburg was leading by 2 goals to nil within 50 minutes of the game, scored by Jannik Haberer and Jeong Woo-Yeong. 

Armenia’s first goal came with Masaya Okugawa’s precise header. And then, substitute Bryan Lasme did wonders for a draw with only a few minutes left on the clock. 

The match between Stuttgart and Greuther Furth went goalless as none of the teams was able to break through each other’s defences. 

Now, let’s have a quick round-up on some of the recent La Liga matches. 

Real Madrid is proving to be the one team to beat in this season as they blew away Valencia with a 4-1 win. 

The first Madrid goal came from Benzema‘s penalty shot before halftime. Benzema then assisted the Brazilian Vinicius Junior to double the lead in the early stages of the second half. The other three goals of the match followed after this. 

Barcelona looked a bit out of form against Granada, as they only managed to secure a 1-1 draw. 

After conceding an early goal from Granada, Barcelona was looking helpless for the entire match. They were reduced to 10 men Gavi was shown the second yellow card of the match. However, Antonio Puertas’ 76th-minute goal became the saviour for the prolific Spanish club.