Borussia Dortmund came into the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final against Real Madrid down 0-3 in the aggregate scoreline. Striker Robert Lewandowski said his side would need an early goal if they were going to have any chance to catch up to Real Madrid and possibly advance.
Apparently Marco Reus was listening to Lewandowski, because he has a pair of first half goals. Those two scores have Dortmund just one behind Real Madrid in the aggregate score. A 3-0 result would mean a 3-3 draw in the aggregate and force extra time. If Real Madrid scores it changes the dynamics.
The behind the goal angle:
Other Champions League highlights from Tuesday April 8th:
- Andre Schürrle pulls Chelsea within one against PSG (GIF)
- Marco Reus scores for Dortmund, 2 goals behind in aggregate (GIF)
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