#BVBBSC Last 5 Matches ⏪

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2022-05-14 12:10 by BVB


Season: 21/22⁣

Date: 12/18/21⁣

Result: 2-3⁣

Table Position: 2⁣

BVB Lineup: (GK) Hitz, Schulz, Pongracic, Witsel, Meunier, Can, Dahoud, Malen, Reus, Brandt, Haaland⁣

Recap: BVB comfortably controlled the first half against Hertha, with Julian Brandt finding himself on the scoresheet after only 31 minutes, his 5th goal of the campaign. With BVB up at the break, Hertha were intent on keeping themselves in it and came out of the half firing, scoring 3 goals in 18 minutes. Down by 2 in the 70th minute, a goal from Steffan Tigges gave Dortmund life in the dying moments of the game, but ultimately, the team was unable to overcome the deficit.⁣


Season: 20/21⁣

Date: 3/13/21⁣

Result: 2:0⁣

Table Position: 5th ⁣

BVB Lineup: (GK) Hitz, Morey, Can, Hummels, Schulz, Bellingham, Dahoud, Brandt, Hazard, Reus, Haaland⁣

Recap: With the game tied at 0-0 and relatively quiet until the second half, Brandt’s 54th minute goal, his 2nd of the season, broke the deadlock and opened the floodgates. A Hummels injury and triple substitution by Hertha BSC kept the game close as the clock ticked towards full-time. An injury to Mateu Bauzá and Marco Reus saw Thomas Meunier and Youssoufa Moukoko sub on, with Moukoko coming on to score his 3rd goal of the season. The youngster’s left-footed shot flew past a diving Jarstein in the 91st minute, securing the win for BVB. ⁣


Season: 20/21⁣

Date: 11/21/20⁣

Result: 5-2⁣

Table Position: 2⁣

BVB Lineup: (GK) Bürki, Can, Akanji, Hummels, Meunier, Guerreiro, Dahoud, Witsel, Reus, Brandt, Haaland⁣

Recap: Matheus Cunha opened the scoring for Hertha BSC in the first half with a 33rd-minute right-footed strike that beat Bürki and put the hosts ahead at the break. BVB and Haaland came out of halftime firing, with the Norwegian scoring 3 in 17 minutes to put the visitors up 3-1 in the 62nd min. Guerreiro added to the scoreline by converting Thomas Meunier’s cross, the Portuguese left-back’s first goal of the season. A second goal by Matheus Cunha in the 79th was quickly canceled out in the 80th minute by Haaland’s 4th goal of the game and 10th of the season, coming off a well-weighted pass by Jude Bellingham, his second assist of the campaign. Dortmund finished the game victorious, winning 5-2.⁣


Season: 19/20⁣

Date: 6/6/20⁣

Result: 1-0⁣

Table Position: 2⁣

BVB Lineup: (GK) Bürki, Can, Akanji, Piszczek, Hakimi, Guerreiro, Delaney, Witsel, Brandt, Sancho, Reus⁣

Recap: A relatively quiet game in which BVB saw only one of their 13 shots hit the back of the net; a second-half goal from Emre Can was all that was needed to decide the matchup between these two sides. With both managers making numerous changes throughout to find an edge, Can’s 58th-minute right-footed bouncing volley off a Julian Brandt assist, his 7th of the season, gave BVB a much-needed 3 points as they continued to push for the title during the campaign. ⁣


Season: 19/20⁣

Date: 11/30/19⁣

Result: 2-1⁣

Table Position: 5th ⁣⁣

BVB Lineup: (GK) Bürki, Zagadou, Akanji, Hummels, Hakimi, Guerreiro, Witsel, Brandt, Sancho, Hazard, Reus⁣

Recap: Two early goals in quick succession by Jadon Sancho and Thorgan Hazard saw the visiting BVB up 2-0 within 17 minutes. A Vladimir Darida strike in the 34th minute kept Hertha in the game as they pressed for an equalizing goal heading into halftime. Dortmund were delt a big blow when Mats Hummels was sent off with a second yellow for a repeated foul in the 45th minute, reducing the BVB side to 10 men. Ultimately, Dortmund’s advantage proved too great for Hertha BSC as BVB held on and the match ended 2-1.⁣

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