Borussia Dortmund defeated the hometown Eintracht Frankfurt 2-5 (1-3) on Saturday in Bundesliga action.
Borussia Dortmund started the match well and took the lead early when Marco Reus scored in the 23rd minute, with an assist by Erling Håland, making it 0-1.
1-1 came through an own-goal in the 27th minute.
Just five minutes later, with an assist by Erling Håland, it was Thorgan Hazard who scored ensuring that Borussia Dortmund took the lead.
The team increased the lead to 3-1 two minutes later when Erling Håland scored.
With more than 30 minutes on the clock, Borussia Dortmund’s Giovanni Reyna scored, with an assist by Erling Håland, and increased their lead.
In the 70th minute, Erling Håland scored, from a pass from Marco Reus, to increase the lead for Borussia Dortmund.
The goal that reduced the score to 5-2 came, when Jens Hauge scored a goal for Eintracht Frankfurt, with an assist by Ragnar Ache. Eintracht Frankfurt were unable to score any more goals. The 5-2 goal was the last goal of the game.
On Saturday, Dortmund face Freiburg at Schwarzwald-Stadion and Frankfurt take on Augsburg at home.