Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Dortmund's dream start to the season continued on Sunday as their 4-0 win saw them leapfrog Bayern Munich on goal difference at the top of the Bundesliga table in Ingolstadt new boy.

Dortmund claimed their sixth win in new coach Thomas Tuchel in all competitions for the defender Matthias Ginter, Marco Reus, Kagawa and Pierre Aymeric Otto Bamei Yang scored a goal in the second half.

"I know we'll go on the table, then we went to 3-0, but what is particularly pleased with my performance," Tuchel said, "I am very proud of the team to keep up the performance of 90 minutes and never weakened. I want half-time break, they will reward playing well. "

Ingolstadt tenacious defending only mean Dortmund went ahead, on the right defender Ginter.

when Henrikh Mkhitaryan fired home the last pass 55 minutes. Germany winger Reus penalties converted by the hour after the left-back Marcel Schmelzer was fouled doubled the lead. Kagawa added a third with a superb left foot shot after he beat two pairs Aubameyang 84 minutes before the defenders claimed his sixth goal in six games stoppage.

Later Borussia Moenchengladbach, who will find in Thursday's UEFA Champions League group stage opponents after the 2-1 loss to Mainz Mainz, down to the bottom of the table on goal difference. Leak defense let them down and lost 4-0 in Dortmund on Saturday.

Borussia canceled Jairo Samperio goal in the first half, the German winger Patrick Herrmann equalized for the right-wing Christian Clemens breakthrough shortly after Mainz scored the 79th minute winner to leave Monchengladbach scoreless.


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