It was a real attacking festival for Dortmund this Saturday against Cologne (6-1), and the French speakers contributed greatly to it. Raphaël Guerreiro shined on the lawn of Signal Iduna Park.
The Lusitano-French first opened the scoring (15th), before offering two assists to Sebastian Haller (17th) and Marco Reus (32nd). The former Lorient now has nine assists in the Bundesliga and thus approaches Randal Kolo-Munani, leader of this ranking with ten offerings. Donyell Malen, passer on Guerreiro’s goal, scored the fourth after a very long through ball from Süle. To conclude the first period, Davie Selke scored Cologne’s first goal (42nd) since February 12 and their victory against Frankfurt (3-0).
In the second half, Sebastian Haller pushed the ball into the back of the net after a free kick from Dahoud repelled by Schwabe (69th). Marco Reus also offered himself a double (71st), his 161st goal in yellow and black colors.
This victory allows Dortmund, who have not lost since the 15th day in the Bundesliga, to score 53 points, one more than Bayern who travel to Leverkusen this Sunday (5:30 p.m.). Cologne is stuck in 13th place with six points ahead of the first relegation, Hertha Berlin.
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