Football Trip to Borussia Dortmund
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A little about Borussia Dortmund
Borussia Dortmund is a football club in Germany located in the Ruhr district together with Schalke 04. The match between Dortmund and Schalke is known as “das Ruhrderby” and is considered one of the most intense local derbies in German football. The club was founded in 1909 by a group of young men who were dissatisfied with the treatment of the local church-sponsored football team.
Since its inception, Dortmund has had great success both in Germany and in Europe. Dortmund won The German Championship twice in 1956 and 1957. Since the creation of the Bundesliga in 1962, Dortmund has won the Bundesliga 6 times. However, their most recent Bundesliga title was in 2011-12. Dortmund has also finished in 2nd place 10 times.
In the Champions League, Dortmund has also achieved great success. In 1996-97, Dortmund won the Champions League. Here, Dortmund won 3-1 against Juventus. In the 2012-13 season, Dortmund reached the Champions League final once again. Here, they were to face arch-rivals Bayern Munich. The Klassiker match was played at Wembley Stadium. Unfortunately, the match ended 2-1 in favor of Bayern Munich.
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Dortmund's Road to the Champions League Final
Throughout Borussia Dortmund’s history in the Champions League, they have played several unforgettable football matches. However, the Champions League season of 2012/13 is probably the one that most football fans will remember. With players like Marco Reus, Mario Götze, Mats Hummels, and sharpshooter Robert Lewandowski in attack, the whole of Europe feared Dortmund.
In the group stage, Borussia Dortmund was grouped with Ajax, Manchester City, and Real Madrid. Dubbed the “group of death,” many fans considered Dortmund’s chances of advancing from the group very slim. However, they not only managed to advance from the group, but they did so without a single defeat and topped the group.
In the round of 16, Borussia Dortmund faced Shakhtar Donetsk. They won 3-0 at home, and in the away leg in Ukraine, it ended 2-2.
The quarterfinal against Malaga was Borussia Dortmund’s first real test, where they faced significant problems. In the first leg between the two teams at Malaga’s home ground, the match ended 0-0, and everything was left to play for at Signal Iduna Park.
The second leg quickly went wrong for Dortmund. Joaquin scored for Malaga in the 25th minute, but Lewandowski came to the rescue and made it 1-1. In the 82nd minute, Eliseu scored for Malaga, and Dortmund was now trailing 2-1 and needed two goals in the last ten minutes to have a chance of advancing. In the 91st minute, Marco Reus scored, and Dortmund now needed only one goal to advance. The goal came shortly after, as Felipe Santana scored Dortmund’s last and decisive goal. Borussia won the game 3-2 and advanced to the semifinals.
The semifinal against Real Madrid was the game where Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski was truly recognized as one of the world’s best attackers. In the first leg at Signal Iduna Park, Borussia Dortmund won 4-1, with Lewandowski scoring all four of Borussia Dortmund’s goals. In the away leg, Dortmund just had to avoid conceding three goals. Real Madrid scored two goals, but they came too late, and Borussia Dortmund finally advanced to their first Champions League final since 1997.
The final was to be played at the English stadium, Wembley Stadium, against the German giants Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich, like Borussia Dortmund, had not lost a single game at the Allianz Arena and were in top form for the game.
Bayern Munich scored the game’s first goal when Mario Mandzukic poked the ball into the net, making it 1-0 to Bayern Munich. Borussia Dortmund responded quickly, as they were awarded a penalty in the 68th minute. Ilkay Gündogan took the penalty and converted it into a goal. The result was 1-1, but Bayern Munich was to score the final and decisive goal of the game. In the 89th minute, Bayern Munich scored the most crucial and final goal of the game. Bayern Munich won the final 2-1 and was crowned the European champions.