– Horror film

– Horror film
  • Atletico Madrid – Borussia Dortmund 2-1 (2-0)

Borussia Dortmund scored the reduction goal, which meant that Julian Ryerson and co. You have one Little An easier task in the pursuit of qualification from the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

For the yellows, they have had a surprising start in Madrid, thanks in large part to mistakes made within their ranks.

The away side found their footing at the back of the pitch, resulting in two late goals with 32 minutes to go.

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Can chant: Atletico Madrid.  Photograph: Thomas Kueks/AFP/NTB

Can chant: Atletico Madrid. Photograph: Thomas Kueks/AFP/NTB
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The beginning of the explosion

The home team sent the ball into the goal after just four minutes. The result was sloppy.

– If you agree with Dortmund, this is a horror movie, said TV 2's Morten Langley when the late goal was shown in replay during the break.

Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Koppel passed the ball to his colleague Ian Mattsen, who was under great pressure. He sent it to Rodrigo De Paul, who thanked, bowed and easily scored the first goal of the match.

– This is just crazy, said TV 2 expert Yaw Amankwa about the defensive game.


The home team doubled its lead after half an hour. Once again, Dortmund messed things up, with goalkeepers getting in each other's way.

Antoine Griezmann picked up the ball and passed it high to Samuel Leno who slotted the ball into the bottom corner.

“This is worse,” said a frustrated Langley in the studio.

The visitors responded ten minutes from time when substitute Sebastien Haller scored a 1-2 equalizer from the middle of the penalty area. It was the striker's first in the Champions League for Dortmund, and a goal that could ultimately mean everything.

The away team also made two attempts at the metal near the end. The last five full minutes of extra time.

A total of 18 goals were scored in the Champions League quarter-finals. It is a shadow of the record from the 2010/11 season.

The return match will be held in Germany on Tuesday, April 16.

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