Ajax rolled over BVB – historical slap for Dortmund

The top game in the premier class turned into a nightmare for BVB. In Amsterdam, Dortmund were dominated from the start. There was one setback after another.

Of the BVB has in the third group game the Champions League have to take a bitter clap. Coach’s team lost in Amsterdam Marco Rose 0: 4 – the biggest defeat for BVB in the history of the premier class. The victory of the Dutch was hardly in danger. Ajax dominated the black and yellow at will and left only a few chances. After two wins at the start, it is Dortmund’s first loss of points in Group C.

That’s how the game went

In the sold out “Johann Cruyff ArenA” there were the first eye-catchers even before the kick-off. The fan camps of both teams set fire to all the Bengalos that they could not use during the Corona period and enveloped the stadium in a large cloud of fog.

The pyrotechnics did not damage the perspective of the Dutch. Even if BVB set the tone in the first few minutes, Ajax played out the first big chance. Antony was staged by Berghuis in the 9th minute, but failed because of the duo Hummels / Kobel.

Two minutes later, the ball floundered in the net. Of all things, a Dusan Tadic free kick extended Marco Reus into your own goal. (11.). As a result, Dortmund looked scared, while Ajax slowly got going. After 24 minutes then put down Daley Blind with a remarkable shot from 18 meters after – 2-0.

Antony and Haller follow suit

BVB was even lucky not to have conceded the third goal earlier. Berghuis (29th, 33rd) and Gravenberch (43rd) had good chances, but missed the next goal before the break.

In the second run things got off to a turbulent start. After a few actions by Ajax, Dortmund’s Haaland came to a conclusion after a long pass from Hummels, but failed on the goalkeeper and crossbar (48th).

Erling Haaland: The BVB striker failed shortly after the restart on the crossbar. (Source: Pro Shots / imago images)

But the glimmer of hope for BVB did not last long, because Antony circled the ball into Borussia’s housing in the 57th minute. Sebastien Haller headed for the final point (72nd) after a cross from Blind.

In the table, Ajax are now at the top with nine points from three games and a goal difference of +10. BVB follows in second place with six points and a difference of -2. Third is Sporting Lisbon after a 4-1 win at Besiktas.



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