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  • Borussia Dortmund 5-0 Cologne: Lewandowski double, Kagawa great-finish

    Borussia Dortmund managed to pluck his sixth victory this season. Competed in front of his own supporters, Die Borussen won a landslide victory over Cologne with a score of 5-0.

    Compete at the Signal Iduna Park, Saturday (10/22/2011) , Japanese striker Shinji Kagawa hosts started the goal feast by scoring in the seventh minute.

    Doubled the home team advantage in minute 25 by Marcel Schmelzer right leg kick from the middle of the box to the middle of the goal Koeln from Sven Bender result operand.

    A minute of normal time before the first half, goalkeeper Koeln collapsed again. This time it was Robert Lewandowski who listed his name on the scoreboard and send Bender back assists.

    Koeln worse off. Lewandowski recorded his second goal in minute 50 with a forward pass to a header from Kevin Groskreutz netted the middle of the goal. Dortmund 4, Koeln 0.

    Dortmund goal feast at the close by Sebastian Kehl in 66 minutes. After receiving feedback from Groskreutz mature, Kehl did a header to make the final score 5-0.

    With this result, Dortmund rose to the rank of two Bundesliga standings with 19 points from the pack 10 times compete. While Koeln down at 11 with the acquisition of 12 points.

    Team Line-up:

    Dortmund: Roman Weidenfeller; Mats Hummels, Neven Subotic, Marcel Schmelzer, Lukasz Piszczek; Sebastian Kehl, Sven Bender (Moritz Leitner 57), Kevin Grosskreutz, Mario Goetze (Jakub Blaszczykowski 46); Robert Lewandowski, Shinji Kagawa (Ilkay G√ľndogan 71)

    Koeln: Michael Rensing; Ammar Jemal, Henrique Sereno Fonseca, Christian Eichner, Sescha Riether; Mato Jajalo (Kevin Pezzoni 71), Adam Matuschyk, Slawomir Peszko (Odise Roshi 46), Adil Chihi (Christian Clemens 58); Lukas Podolski, Martin Lanig


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