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    Borussia Dortmund managed to steal a 3-1 victory at Bayer Leverkusen visit to the cage. This victory makes Die Schwarzgelben while leading the Bundesliga with 13 points difference.

    Playing in the stadium Bay Arena, Leverkusen on Friday (01/4/2011), Dortmund opened the advantage when the game already into the second half, precisely at minute 49.

    Kevin Grosskreutz managed to break into the Leverkusen goalkeeper with his shot in front of the opponent's goal after receiving a cross from the right ball. The ball was on hand Leverkusen defender, Daniel Schwaab, before being struck by Grosskreutz.

    Just four minutes later, Dortmund already leading 2-0. Getting feedback from the header from Robert Lewandowski, Grosskreutz scored again with a kick right in front telling the opponent penalty box.

    Dortmund more freely when two minutes later they scored the third goal. Mario Goetze who received the ball from dribbling Grosskreutz before kicking into the skin round the goalkeeper Rene Adler guarded.

    Leverkusen could only reply to a goal by Stefan Kiessling. At the mouth of the goal Dortmund, the German national team striker grabbed the ball from Renato Augusto cross from the right.

    Until the referee blew the long whistle marks the end of the match, a score of 3-1 for Dortmund excellence has not changed.

    The three points that make Dortmund are now collecting 46 points from 18 games they have passed. Juergen Klopp landing forces were winning 13 points Mainz who sit in second place but only played 17 times.

    Team Line-up:

    Leverkusen: Adler; Reinartz, Friedrich, Castro, Schwaab; Rolfes, L. Bender (Vidal 60), Sam (Barnetta 60), Augusto; Helmes (Derdiyok 60), Kiessling

    Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Hummels, Subotic, Schmelzer, Piszczek; Sahin, S. Bender (Da Silva 46), Grosskreutz (Santana 87), Blaszczykowski, Lewandowski, Goetze (Barrios 68)


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