In the game they played this Saturday at the Veltins-Arena, Schalke 04 and B. Dortmund failed to take advantage despite converting twice each in the match on 24.
The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Marius Bülter (4′ 2T) and Kenan Karaman (33′ 2T). While the away goals were scored by Nico Schlotterbeck (37′ 1T) and Raphaël Guerreiro (14′ 2T).
The highlight of the match was Raphaël Guerreiro’s goal in the 14th minute of the second half. After receiving a cross from Emre Can, the defender finished the goal from the big box and beat the rival keeper, who couldn’t do anything.
Borussia Dortmund had more shots than their rivals (20 against 9: 14 on target and 4 out), but they weren’t enough to win the game.
The meeting figure was Kenan Karaman. The Schalke 04 striker scored 1 goal.
On the other hand, Raphaël Guerreiro was key. The Borussia Dortmund defender was important as he scored 1 goal.
It was a game with many fouls and many interruptions. There were 2 warned: Cédric Brunner and Emre Can.
Schalke 04 manager Thomas Reis set up a 4-4-2 formation on the pitch with Ralf Fährmann in goal; Maya Yoshida, Moritz Jenz, Cédric Brunner and Henning Matriciani on the defensive line; Tom Krauss, Rodrigo Zalazar, Mehmet Aydin and Alex Král in the middle; and Marius Bülter and Michael Frey in attack.
For their part, those led by Edin Terzic failed with a 4-3-3 strategy with Alexander Meyer under the three sticks; Nico Schlotterbeck, Raphaël Guerreiro, Mats Hummels and Julian Ryerson in defence; Marius Wolf, Jude Bellingham and Emre Can in midfield; and Sebastien Haller, Donyell Malen and Jamie Bynoe-Gittens ahead.
The appointed referee for the match was Marco Fritz.
Schalke 04 travel to Augsburg in the next round, while B. Dortmund host Cologne at Signal Iduna Park.
The local is in seventeenth place with 20 points, while the visitor reaches 50 points and takes second place in the tournament.
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