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Borussia Dortmund

Immobile's play a bright spot despite Dortmund's disappointing draw

Borussia Dortmund were denied only their fifth win of the season after being held to a 2-2 draw by second placed Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga.

"For today the result is okay," Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp said on German television after the action-packed 2-2 draw against VfL Wolfsburg. A point against the Wolves is honorable for at least 16 teams in the league, as the second-placed side are tough opposition.

Dortmund fans held up a banner before the game, which read: "Our passion is your motivation -- come on boys, fight and win!" And that's what they did. Again, Dortmund presented themselves as the better side in the emotional...

 By Michael Cox

Bundesliga strugglers Borussia Dortmund have problems at both ends

ESPN FC's Raf Honigstein examines the reasons Borussia Dortmund have been performing well in the Champions League but look like a different team in the German Bundesliga.

DORTMUND, Germany -- Judging by the crowd alone, you wouldn't realise this was a crisis for Borussia Dortmund.

The Yellow Wall assembled an hour before kickoff of their club's 2-2 draw with Wolfsburg on Wednesday night were as passionate as ever throughout the game and then waited behind to hail the players with two enduring ovations. With the Bundesliga's winter break looming, this is the last time Dortmund and their superb home support will see one another for over a month.

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Three Points: Borussia Dortmund 2-2 VfL Wolfsburg

Borussia Dortmund were denied only their fifth win of the season after being held to a 2-2 draw by second placed Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga.

DORTMUND, Germany -- Here are three quick thoughts following the 2-2 draw between Dortmund and Wolfsburg at Signal Iduna Park.

1. Champions League rivals or ships passing in the night?

This wasn't how it was supposed to be. Borussia Dortmund's last home game of the Hinrunde (the first half of the season) had the look of a high-spec battle at the Bundesliga's sharp end against an opponent in Wolfsburg whose modus operandi (as a club) many of BVB's supporters find abhorrent. Instead, Dieter Hecking's...

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Do nice guys finish first? As long they're not last come May, Dortmund will probably be happy

From our friends at the Soccer Gods comes a nice story which proves that, even when you are at rock-bottom, you are can still look out for your fellow professionals. 

Despite being desperate for points to escape the relegation zone in the Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund were quite happy to pause while Hetha Berlin's Per Ciljan fixed his footwear. 

Good on you, lads!


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The stakes become higher with every loss for Borussia Dortmund

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti looks ahead to Wednesday's Bundesliga clash between bottom-feeders Borussia Dortmund and second-placed VfL Wolfsburg.

The pressure is piling up for Borussia Dortmund after they picked up their ninth loss of the season in a 1-0 defeat to Hertha Berlin. Once again they are sitting in a relegation place and next on the fixture list is none other than Wolfsburg, second in the league and have more than double the points of BVB.

Jurgen Klopp proclaimed to make the best out of the last two games and end the dreadful Hinrunde on a positive note. His side will have to win both remaining matches to reach 20 points before...

Dortmund's tie with Juventus has makings of another European classic

In-form Juventus are set to take on a struggling Borussia Dortmund side that seems to relish Champions League competition.

None other than former Borussia Dortmund striker Karl-Heinz Riedle himself drew Dortmund against Juventus in the Champions League last round of 16. The irony of course is that the tie is a repeat of the 1997 Champions League final, where Riedle scored two headers for the black and yellows, who lifted the title that night. Both sets of fans are more or less pleased with the result, as "it could have been worse" is seemingly the common denominator.

Yet in Dortmund, hardly anybody is in the right...