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Borussia Dortmund secured their first victory at the Allianz Arena in nearly a decade on Saturday night, further dimming Bayern Munich’s hopes of catching Bayer Leverkusen at the top of the Bundesliga table.

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Bayern found themselves playing catch-up from the start after Karim Adeyemi handed Dortmund an early lead in Der Klassiker. Despite several missed opportunities in the opening period, Bayern’s second-half performance lacked attacking cohesion, with Dortmund appearing more likely to score the second goal.

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Julian Ryerson’s precise strike doubled BVB’s lead and sealed a memorable triumph. The outcome dealt a severe blow to Bayern’s already fading title aspirations while strengthening Dortmund’s bid for a top-four finish.

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Match Overview:
Dortmund approached the stadium that had been their daunting obstacle for the past decade, knowing they were facing an unusually vulnerable Bayern side.

With Bayer Leverkusen’s late victory extending Bayern’s gap to the league leaders to 13 points before kick-off, the hosts’ attempt to narrow the deficit started poorly.

A swift transition by Dortmund culminated in Adeyemi’s goal, highlighting his speed advantage over Matthijs de Ligt. Despite Bayern’s efforts to equalize before halftime, including Harry Kane’s missed opportunity and Mats Hummels’ goal-line clearance, Dortmund defended resolutely.

The match evolved into a strategic battle, with both teams targeting their playmakers in the half-spaces. Bayern aimed to change the tempo to overwhelm Dortmund, while Dortmund sought to exploit counterattacks. Despite opportunities on both sides, Bayern failed to level the score by halftime.

Dortmund gained momentum in the second half, with Felix Nmecha coming close to extending their lead. Despite Thomas Tuchel’s attacking substitutions, Dortmund remained in control, culminating in Ryerson’s well-deserved goal.

Although Kane thought he had scored a consolation goal, it was disallowed for offside following VAR review, allowing Dortmund to comfortably see out the match.

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