Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Dortmund come into the match off the back of an incredible five straight victories, meanwhile Atleti have won five from their last seven, drawing only against Real Madrid and Villarreal at the weekend. Both teams have two wins from two Champions League games and this will be the first time that the sides have met competitively. Here you can get the Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.
Borussia Dortmund vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming
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- 8:00pm Tuesday 6th November
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Borussia Dortmund are really pushing things as hard as they can be in the Bundesliga. Under new coach Lucien Favre, Dortmund are top, three points clear of second place (and four ahead of a misfiring Bayern Munich) and have a preposterous goal difference of +19.
Obviously club legend Marco Reus is the man at the heart of the attack, but it’s youngster Jadon Sancho and the loanee Paco Alcácer who are added the serious stardust to Dortmund; Sancho has more assists than anyone else in the Bundesliga (six) and Paco is the division’s top scorer with seven goals. The additions of Axel Witsel and Thomas Delaney as midfield muscle this summer were seemingly made with this fixture in mind (even though it hadn’t been drawn yet).
Manuel Akanji is out injured and Omer Toprak only just back in the squad after his own injury worries, meaning Lukasz Pisczek returned to the back four last time out, with Abdou Diallo and Dan-Axel Zagadou in the middle and Achraf Hakimi switching to left-back as Raphael Guerreiro and Marcel Schmelzer are also on the injury list. Shinju Kagawa has missed the last two games, while Christian Pulisic has dropped to the bench after his own recent injury – Jadon Sancho seizing his chance to start in his place. Paco Alcacer’s fine goalscoring form has seen him force his way into the starting line-up too.
Since a 1-1 draw with Hoffenheim, Borussia Dortmund have won their last five competitive games and scored 22 goals in the process. A 7-0 thrashing of Nurnberg started the process, with Jakub Bruun Larsen, Marco Reus (two), Achraf Hakimi, Manuel Akanji, Jadon Sancho and Julian Weigl the scorers. Bruun Larsen and Reus them scored again as Dortmund came back from 2-0 down against Bayer Leverkusen before Paco Alcacer’s two late goals earned a 4-2 win. That was followed by the 3-0 Champions League defeat of Monaco – the same three goalscorers netting again – and Alcacer then scored a hat-trick in a 4-3 win at home to Augsburg (Mario Gotze scoring the other). Finally, at Stuttgart last time out, Sancho, Reus, Alcacer and Max Philipp all scored in a 4-0 away win.