How Bayern Munich could line up against Borussia Dortmund

Champions League Play of the Day 11/7/18

Borussia Dortmund weren't at the races for the first 45 minutes but pulled off a stunning comeback to maintain their four point lead at the top of the table.

Bayern twice led through Robert Lewandowski, only for Marco Reus to peg the reigning Bundesliga champions on each occasion. Lewandowski had earlier made it 1-0 and then 2-1 for Bayern, but Lucien Favre's men showed great resilience and determination to turn things around and secure a massive win at the Westfalenstadion.

On 10 minutes, Reus burst into the Bayern penalty area but produced a tame effort that his Germany teammate Manuel Neuer saved comfortably.

Dortmund, looking to equal a club record of 11 Bundesliga games without defeat, started brightly and the English winger Jadon Sancho nearly got clear on the counter.

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German league leaders Borussia Dortmund have lost first-choice goalkeeper Roman Buerki for Saturday's Bundesliga showdown against defending champions Bayern Munich, according to a report. A neat interchange of play led to Joshua Kimmich standing the ball up for an unmarked Lewandowski to nod home from just a few yards out. Sancho played a pass into the right side of the area for Reus, who touched the ball past the diving Neuer, the goalkeeper's momentum bringing the forward down.

Reus should have scored his second shortly afterward, but after sidefooting past Neuer, Kimmich was on the line to clear.

Reus got parity again for the hosts in the 69th minute with an incredible half-volley in the centre of the box following a brilliant cross by Lukasz Piszczek, 2-2.

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