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Borussia Dortmund vs Sevilla FC, Champions League 2022 GROUP STAGE

Borussia Dortmund
Sevilla FC
1 : 1
11th of October 2022 19:00
Finished
First half: 45  |  Second half: 45

Live comments

  • 0' - Welcome to Signal Iduna Park that hosts another battle between Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla FC.
  • 5' - Spectators do not have much to choose from both teams. The sides had several scoring chances but they still need a bit more than just a sight of a goal.
  • 10' - Supporters expect more eagerness from Donyell Malen, as he is very good at scoring at Signal Iduna Park with 6 goals in the last 6 games.
  • 15' - Sevilla FC is showing some good football. However, Sevilla FC are ready to play back every minute. It might result in some problems for the home side. The game will hardly remain goalless.
  • 18' - Goal! Nianzou Kouassi scores his 6 goal in 344 matches.
  • 23' - The referee is likely to let players tackle, as he already missed some meaty challenges during opening seconds. He is still to establish what should not be done by the players and what is acceptable on the pitch. It’s going to be a tough game for Erik Lamela suffering a number of foals already.
  • 28' - Spectators are craving for more action. Both teams play very cautiously. They need to put some more energy.
  • 33' - It’s high time Edin Terzic made some changes to put the his team’s game back to action.
  • 35' - What an equalizer from Jude Bellingham!
  • 40' - Borussia Dortmund started playing very sharply right from the kick off. However, it slowed down the tempo rapidly by 40.
  • 45' - The teams are not in a rush to score plenty of goals. It might look strange considering Borussia Dortmund that had 349 games and scored 511 goals.
  • 46' - Time for substitution for Borussia Dortmund. Tom Rothe is replaced by Raphael Guerreiro.
  • 51' - While there is no rush on the pitch, let’s have a look at some stats. Salih Ozcan made 272 appearances and scored 3 goals. He is very likely to score a goal today.
  • 56' - Borussia Dortmund is defending very well tonight not leaving a chance for their rivals to get through for a goal.
  • 59' - Time for substitution for Sevilla FC. Suso is replaced by Adnan Januzaj.
  • 60' - That looks like a foul for a Yellow card for Jorge Sampaoli.
  • 64' - Another change for Borussia Dortmund made on 64 minute. Anthony Modeste leaves to be changed by Youssoufa Moukoko.
  • 69' - Borussia Dortmund seems to be on a short break. The game is mainly concentrated in the center. It’s high time they got back to action. Otherwise, it looks like a goalless game.
  • 71' - Another change for Sevilla FC made on 71 minute. Marcos Acuna leaves to be changed by Alex Telles.
  • 72' - The Borussia Dortmund manager makes a substitution. Donyell Malen departs to be replaced by Gio Reyna.
  • 77' - Borussia Dortmund looks like a favorite considering 1 games won in last 2 matches with its main striker Jude Bellingham scoring 2 goals.
  • 82' - It looks like no one’s ball. Borussia Dortmund is used to counterattacking playing. None of the sides are ready to take the lead.
  • 83' - Another change for Borussia Dortmund made on 83 minute. Thomas Meunier leaves to be changed by Nico Schlotterbeck.
  • 84' - Nemanja Gudelj is having his name booked by the referee on 84.
  • 84' - It is a substitution in Borussia Dortmund team. Thomas Meunier is replaced by Nico Schlotterbeck on 84 minute.
  • 89' - We miss some good tackles and strikes. Is there anyone on the field to put the game back to action?
  • 90' - Another change for Sevilla FC made on 90 minute. Jesus Navas leaves to be changed by Gonzalo Montiel.
  • 90' - Borussia Dortmund receives a Yellow card for a hard tackle on 90.
  • Hope, you loved the show. Another epic battle is over with the score 1-1.

Today 2022-10-11 Borussia Dortmund vs Sevilla FC are fighting Champions League league on Signal Iduna Park.

Borussia Dortmund had 6 games and get got 9 points in Season (2018/19)

Sevilla FC had 6 games and get got 6 points in Season (2018/19)

Todays referees are: Novak Simovic, Fedayi San, Dennis Higler, Uros Stojkovic, Milan Mihajlovic, Srdjan Jovanovic