Dortmund - Tottenham Spielinfos
Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen Borussia Dortmund und Tottenham Hotspur sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von Borussia. Dortmund. Roman Bürki 1. Bürki (TW). Abdou Diallo 4. Diallo. Jadon Sancho 7. Sancho. Paco Alcácer 9. Alcácer. Mario Götze Götze. Marco Reus 11 K. Tottenham. Hugo Lloris 1 K. Lloris (TW). Toby Alderweireld 4. Alderweireld. Jan Vertonghen 5. Vertonghen. Goal 83'. Davinson Sánchez 6. Sánchez. Heung-Min. Infos, Statistik und Bilanz zum Spiel Borussia Dortmund - Tottenham Hotspur - kicker. Infos, Statistik und Bilanz zum Spiel Tottenham Hotspur - Borussia Dortmund - kicker.
Tottenham. Hugo Lloris 1 K. Lloris (TW). Toby Alderweireld 4. Alderweireld. Jan Vertonghen 5. Vertonghen. Goal 83'. Davinson Sánchez 6. Sánchez. Heung-Min. Borussia Dortmund» Bilanz gegen Tottenham Hotspur. Übersicht Borussia Dortmund - Tottenham Hotspur (Champions League /, Achtelfinale).
The way it's going, they won't even grab one. Tottenham's approach to this second period has been nigh on perfect. The subs combine as Delaney swings a cross into the centre but Pulisic can only loop a header just over the bar.
Lloris had it covered though. But is this the real wave of the white flag? Dortmund take off skipper and talisman Reus as Thomas Delaney replaces him.
A marauding Sissoko run ends with a corner earned and Toby Alderweireld heading over Christian Eriksen's corner.
Spurs though clear their lines. Dortmund have had chance after chance Dortmund are still attacking, but another half-chance is wasted as Wolf poorly fires over from inside the box.
Harry Winks, who has been magnificent, is down injured in the midfield and it does not look like he will be able to continue.
That's how big an away goal was for Spurs tonight - and they have got it. Moussa Sissoko collects a loose ball in midfield and he threads through Harry Kane , with the striker then making no mistake to blast into the top corner.
Click here for more maps and stats with our excellent Match Zone. They Spurs should be down,' he told BT Sport. If you want to see a bottlejob in action, then may I point you towards Glen Williams and all the action in the night's other last tie at the Bernabeu Granted they have had to rely on some last ditch blocks and brilliant Lloris saves to keep it at , but they are not exactly playing the 'Dog and Duck FC'.
Dortmund have looked dangerous and are playing well but Spurs have stood up to the task thus far. Only criticism from me would be lacking a ruthless streak on the counter attack.
It just gives Dortmund the message that they are too scared to commit too many men forward and invites the home side to up the pressure.
But in not attacking Dortmund seriously when they have the opportunity on the counter, they are just inviting pressure from the home side.
Lloris can only keep making saves before one creeps past him as he makes a comfortable stop to deny Alcacer. It comes to nothing though as a Christian Eriksen's ball into the box is cleared va a deflection off Toby Alderweireld for a goal kick.
Sancho sees a near post shot beaten away by Lloris before Tottenham block another cross out for a corner. Surprised VAR did not check that.
It falls under 'clear and obvious' to me. From a corner Reus sees a stunning volley deflected over by Sanchez, before Lloris then palms away a top corner bound Gotze strike.
First Hugo Lloris blocks a shot from close range before Ben Davies make a last gasp block to deny an opening goal. Kane releases Son Heung-min behind the Dortmund defence but Wolf just does enough to put him off and force him into poking wide.
Son wants a foul for being pushed but on first viewing there does not seem to be enough of one to me.
Sancho releases Marius Wolf into space on the right but his low cross into the box is straight at Lloris. Meanwhile I think Serge Aurier has just been penalised for a foul throw - he clearly has not learned from making a hat-trick of them against Crystal Palace last season Dortmund find a gap to attack the box on the left, but the ball begging to be played low into the box is instead cut-back 20 yards out for Mario Gotze whose strike is blocked by Christian Eriksen.
Reus takes a cut-back on the edge of the box and his low shot deflects off Sanchez's foot and forces the keeper to readjust to collect a looping strike.
The best it has got is a Ben Davies cross finding no one. It's just encouraging Dortmund to throw numbers forward.
Paco Alcacer is slightly offside as he breaks through the centre but the flag is late and it leads to him lifting a shot just over Hugo Loris's crossbar.
When they do get in the Dortmund half, no attempt is made to pressure the home side defence. Brilliant from Jan Vertonghen who inside the box perfectly times a sliding tackle to deny Marco Reus not just a certain shot on target but probably the opening goal too.
Sancho finds space to attack down the right but Spurs defenders are quickly across to force him to put the ball behind.
Just one side in it from an attacking perspective right now. The hosts win a corner but Moussa Sissoko gets his head to the delivery to clear.
Moments later though, Toby Alderweireld has to be alert to clear a low Jadon Sancho cross following a good run from the forward,. All in all, Spurs would settle for another 87 minutes of this - not too sure a neutral would though.
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Dortmund striker Paco Alcacer got the better of Davinson Sanchez before chipping his effort over, only to be flagged offside.
As Kane had noted, too often in the past Tottenham had found ways to lose the big ones, in all competitions.
They did so in the Champions League a year ago, drawing and scoring two away goals against Juventus, leading them at Wembley, and then conceding two in quick succession to go out in the last It was imperative, Kane said, that they go deeper this time.
And some would have snorted in derision, given that they were defending a lead. On the plane out, their fans were taking absolutely nothing for granted.
The problem with three goal leads — and most coaches will understandably say that is a misnomer — is that it gives the advantaged team a dilemma.
Hold what you have, or go for it again? But leading from the first leg in Europe? In , AC Milan brought a four goal lead to Arsenal in this competition and almost lost the tie to strategic uncertainty.
Mauricio Pochettino watched on from the touchline as his side delivered a composed defensive performance early on. English starlet Jadon Sancho struggled to have any impact on the game as his dip in form continued on Tuesday evening.
Spurs goalkeeper Lloris found himself in incredible form in the first 45 minutes as he denied the German side a goal. Julian Weigl is left frustrated after the Dortmund defender had two efforts from close range kept out by the Spurs defence.
Reus tried an audacious volley straight from a corner kick but saw his effort fly over the bar after a deflection off Sanchez.
So, early on at least, Tottenham appeared a little unsure. They are a good attacking team but with three centre-halves and two full-backs lying deeper than usual, it was clear Pochettino had instructed them not to take unnecessary risks.
Inviting opponents on, however, is not natural for them and there were several close shaves in the initial exchanges.
A penalty save from Lloris and a quite stunning tackle by Vertonghen on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang — a familiar face around these parts — denied Arsenal victory in the last minute.
Reus then had a deflected shot saved at the second attempt by Lloris, beginning a passage of play in which the goalkeeper starred.
Moussa Sissoko latched onto a loose ball and fed Kane who needed just one touch and one chance to send Spurs through.
The English forward curled the ball beautifully around the Swiss goalkeeper and inside the near post to grab an away goal.
Kane jumped in delight as he celebrated his goal in front of the 4, Spurs fans who had travelled to Dortmund for the game.
A dejected Gotze and Alcacer wait to restart the game after Kane's goal left the German side needing five in order to progress.
Vertonghen sweeps a cross away from Alcacer as the Belgian produced another defensive masterclass for his team.
Spurs captain Lloris roars with delight after managing to keep Dortmund's lively attack out in a superb defensive showing.
What a player Reus is, on his day.