Two Goals Immobile Loloskan Dortmund
Dresden – Borussia Dortmund escaped from the third round of the DFB-Pokal after beating third division club Dynamo Dresden, 2-0. Two goals in the game Dortmund hired by Ciro Immobile.
In the action at home to Dresden, Glucksgas Stadium, Wednesday (4/3) pm dawn, Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp, lose a few players like goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak coatings and Oliver Kirch from the start and played Adrian Ramos as a substitute.
Dortmund had no trouble dominating this game. In ESPNFC record, they won control of the ball up to 62%. However, Dortmund trouble to finish with a good chance.
There were 11 attempts produced Dortmund throughout the game, but only two of them on target. For this matter, Dresden even better. Had nine experiments to score, four of them on target.
Dortmund had to lose Marco Reus in the 25th minute. Reus get injured so it had to be carried off the pitch and replaced by Henrikh Mkhitaryan. From the news circulated, Reus suffered an injury in his left knee.
After Reus out due to injury, Dortmund struggled to create chances. Only in the 34th minute they could threaten the goal of Dresden. Bad luck for Dortmund, Mkhitaryan kick bounced over the crossbar.
After several failed attempts, Dortmund eventually lead to the 50th minute. These goals came from mistakes made operand Dresden player, Michael Hefele.
Hefele pass the ball instead leads right into Immobile. After the ball for a moment, Immobile then kick from close range.
Immobile could get a chance in the 66th minute. However, his shot from outside the box to soar.
Dresden had tried their luck through kick from outside the box, each passing Quinn Moll and Hefele. However, the second attempt was blocked Dortmund defense.
Dortmund finally doubled the lead in the 90th minute. Starting from Guendogan operand to the right side, the ball is then received by Jakub Blaszczykowski. Blaszczykowski then release the flat bait into the penalty box which is then solved Immobile with right leg kick.
2-0 score lasted until the long whistle sounded.
Dynamo Dresden: Wiegers, Erdmann, Hefele, Teixeira, Vrzogic, Kreuzer (Stefaniak 66), Mueller, Moll, Tekerci, Eliers, Andrich (Duerholtz 54).
Borussia Dortmund: Langerak, Subotic, Hummels, Kirch, Schmelzer, Kehl, Guendogan, Kagawa (Ramos 67), Reus (Mkhitaryan 25), Blaszczykowski (Bender 90), Immobile.