Defeat Dortmund 3-2 Hannover
Hannover – Borussia Dortmund back to winning ways after failing to win the three parties. Die Borussen beat hosts Hannover 96 3-2.
Come to the HDI-Arena, Hannover on Saturday (21/03/2015), Dortmund opened the scoring in the 19th minute. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang successfully completed a breakthrough from Marco Reus into goals.
Hannover scored a goal back on 31 minutes. Lars Stindl shot to the far post could not be reached by Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller, and create a balanced score 1-1.
Hannover lost one player, Leonardo Bittencourt, in the 55th minute. Bittencourt had to leave the field for receiving a second yellow card.
Dortmund managed to take advantage of the number of players they have. Two minutes after the red-carded Bittencourt, they lead 2-1 with a goal by Shinji Kagawa. Kagawa, who received a pass from Reus, easily struck the ball into the empty net.
In the 61st minute, Dortmund scored three. Heading Aubameyang forward feed side of Kagawa brought the visitors a 3-1 lead.
But, Hannover did not give up. In the 82nd minute, they reduce the gap to 2-3 with a shot Stindl. However, their efforts to equalize the score in the rest of the time was fruitless.
Dortmund now ranks tenth Bundesliga standings with 33 points from 26 matches. Hannover is in 14th position with 27 points.
Hannover: Zieler; Sakai (Andreasen 85 ‘), Marcelo, Felipe, Schulz (Albornoz 72’); Kiyotake, Sane; Briand (Prib 72 ‘), Stindl, Bittencourt; Joselu.
Borussia Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Kirch (Dudziak 58 ‘), Subotic, Hummels, Sokratis; Kehl, Guendogan (Bender 72 ‘); Blaszczykowski, Kagawa, Reus (Ramos 90 ‘); Aubameyang.