The biggest game on the Bundesliga calendar Dortmund and Bayern were locked on points heading into dare classical but they were in the unfamiliar position of playing catch-up in the title race. Bayern had won the last seven straight in there classical and after a Cagey opening took the lead just past the half-hour mark Dortmund dropped too deep as Leon Goretzka produced the bolt from the bluethat saw buy and draw First Blood.
O’nail up at the end of a first halfwith few chances Julian Nagersman thenraised eyebrows as he made three halftime changes that raised bayern’s levels the result was a second goal. Early in the second half Jamal Musiala the initiator for a second time Leroy sane the finisher. Two goals both scored from distance both scored by former Schalke players.
Dortmund’s substitutions though also had the desired effect as Anthony Modeste made an immediate impact teeing up youngster Yusufa Mukoko to become Dortmund’s youngest ever goal scorer in their Classico. It was a goal that began to swing the pendulum in proceedings as the momentum picked up when Kingsley Command was sent off late on.
The halftime substitute penalized for two bookable offenses as he received his marching orders in the 90th minute. With a man advantage Dortmund seized the chance to snatch what ultimately proved to be a last gasp equalizer with the last touch of the ball and who else should get it but Anthony Modest the much Maligned striker adding to his early assist to rescue a point for Dortmund’s.
Joy for the home side dismay for Bayern ultimately Mukoko and Modeste the heroes in their classica which proved to be a classic as Dortmund ended Bayern’s winning streak in a tour draw that lived up to its billing as the biggest fixture on the Bundesliga calendar.