After a good combination, Jakob Lemmer plays the ball from the right into the middle and after the ball is long gone, Tom Rothe knocks it down. There should have been a second penalty for Dynamo.
Substitution at Dynamo Dresden with Kyu-hyun Park
Substitution at Dynamo Dresden: Dennis Borkowski
Substitution at Dynamo Dresden: Manuel Schäffler
Substitution at Dynamo Dresden: Stefan Kutschke
After a poor performance, young Soumaïla Coulibaly goes down. The central defender really didn’t have a good day today, both in defense and in the build-up play.
Substitution at Borussia Dortmund II: Marco Pašalić
Substitution at Borussia Dortmund II: Soumaïla Coulibaly
Dresden counterattacks down the right flank where Soumaïla Coulibaly and Tom Rothe are in control of the situation, but Jakob Lemmer makes a wonderful move between the two defenders. With his cross, the scorer gets stuck to 0:2.
Furthermore, only BVB plays. Dresden is deep in its own half and lets the home side do it.
After a nice combination by BVB, Ole Pohlmann goes down in the sixteen. Justin Njinmah gesticulates and demands a penalty kick, which the referee rightly refuses.
Dresden lacks concentration in this phase. If this continues, BVB can have legitimate hopes of at least one point.
Tooor for Borussia Dortmund II, 1:3 by Justin Njinmah
A single action by Justin Njinmah brings BVB back into play. The striker conquers the ball himself and then energetically passes four opponents. From a central position of twelve meters, he finally finishes flat in the lower left corner.
After two hard duels, two Dresdeners are on the ground. After a short break, Jonathan Meier and Dennis Borkowski are back.
From over 30 meters, Falko Michel provided the first end of the second half. But the ball sails well over the dynamo box.
The ball is rolling again in Dortmund. Markus Beginning sees no reason for a change in personnel. His opponent Jan Zimmermann brings in Ted Tattermusch for Abdoulaye Kamara at the break.
Substitution at Borussia Dortmund II: Abdoulaye Kamara
Kick-off 2nd half
Due to a disastrous early phase, Borussia Dortmund II is 3-0 down at half-time against Dynamo Dresden. Stefan Kutschke had put the Dresdeners in front with a header after six minutes, before Jakob Lemmer increased to 0:2 just three minutes later. In the 17th minute, Stefan Kutschke scored the third goal with a penalty. A tactical switch to a back four got the BVB team back into the game with Thomas Meunier helping out today, but they haven’t scored a goal yet. When Dortmund had the best chance through Justin Njinmah (24th), Jonathan Meier was able to save in dire need. In the second round, Dynamo Dresden must remain vigilant in order not to let BVB come back into play. BVB has to go one step further, both offensively and defensively. See you soon!
In the Dynamo penalty area, Falko Michel falls and demands a penalty. But the referee is in good shape and doesn’t fall for it.
Yellow card for Dennis Borkowski (Dynamo Dresden)
Dresden’s winger sees the third yellow card of the game for a tough challenge against Abdoulaye Kamara in midfield.
Official stoppage time (minutes): 4
Ole Pohlmann hits a corner ball into the center from the left. There Stefan Drljača catches the leather safely from the air.
One reason for Dortmund’s now more stable defensive performance is probably the switch from a 3-man to a 4-man chain. Coulibaly and Dams form the central defense. Papadopoulos takes on the role of defensive midfield.
Yellow card for Abdoulaye Kamara (Borussia Dortmund II)
After a foul on Antonios Papadopoulos, the referee surprisingly didn’t whistle. Abdoulaye Kamara then tackles the opponent just as hard and sees yellow.
Dortmund are now in control of the game and Dynamo Dresden are in danger of letting the home side get back in the game with a goal. Offensive comes from the Dresdeners in the last few minutes.
After a Pohlmann cross from the right, Tom Rothe shoots at Stefan Drljača from three meters. The assistant’s flag went up immediately, so that a possible hit would not have counted.
Niklas Dams sends a signal from almost 30 meters and just pulls away. His shot missed the goal by a good two meters.
After the unbelievable initial phase, at least some calm has returned to Signal Iduna Park. BVB can liberate themselves somewhat from the dominance of the guests, who, depending on the score, initially wait and see what Dortmund have to offer today.
On the right Justin Njinmah loses the ball and then demands a free kick whistle. The referee doesn’t do him this favor and the young striker’s body language clearly shows his frustration.
Huge opportunity for BVB! Antonios Papadopoulos sends Justin Njinmah wonderfully steep from his own half. This runs alone to Stefan Drljača but at the last moment Jonathan Meier straddles the ball from behind. What a rescue!
The guests clearly have the upper hand both on the pitch and in the stands. The Dynamo fans who traveled with them will acoustically make the game at Signal-Iduna-Park a home game.
Thomas Meunier loses the ball in his own half and is lucky that Antonios Papadopoulos regains the ball straight away. Dresden is still on the trigger.
Jan Zimmermann reacts to the completely insecure appearance of his team and changes after 18 minutes. Falko Michel should somehow turn things around.
Substitution at Borussia Dortmund II: Falko Michel
Substitution at Borussia Dortmund II: Can Özkan
Tooor for Dynamo Dresden, 0: 3 by Stefan Kutschke
Kutschke confidently converts the penalty into the lower left corner. Lotka jumps into the right corner and has no chance to defend himself. Consequently, it is 3-0 for Dynamo Dresden.
Yellow card for Antonios Papadopoulos (Borussia Dortmund II)
Antonios Papadopoulos brings down his opponent in the penalty area with a jersey pluck. The referee gives the yellow card and points to the point. There are penalties for Dynamo.
Ole Pohlmann does the jersey test in midfield and is responsible for a free kick from the right half field. Again Ahmet Arslan finds Stefan Kutschke and again the ball wriggles in the net. Fortunately for Dortmund, the assistant raises the flag.
This is certainly not how Thomas Meunier imagined his trip to the third division. Despite the experienced Bundesliga pros, who have played with stars like Neymar at PSG, BVB are completely outplayed here.
Tooor for Dynamo Dresden, 0: 2 by Jakob Lemmer
Signal Iduna Park is raging! Jonathan Meier crosses from the left and finds Jakob Lemmer at the second post, who slams the ball under the bar from seven yards. Dortmund is caught cold.
Tooor for Dynamo Dresden, 0:1 by Stefan Kutschke
The guests take the lead early on. Ahmet Arslan crosses a free kick into the opponent’s penalty area from the left half of the field. There, Stefan Kutschke is on the ball in front of Soumaïla Coulibaly and nods off from five meters against Marcel Lotka’s running direction.
After a two-minute break, the game can continue. In any case, this time must be replayed at the end of the first round.
Because the Dresden fans burned pyrotechnics in the block, the game was initially interrupted by Steven Greif. In fact, the place is currently in dense fog.
Let’s go in Dortmund! Referee Steven Greif whistles to start the game.
Bundesliga professional Thomas Meunier, who is supposed to gain match practice, is helping out at BVB today. Overall, Jan Zimmermann changes five positions compared to the last league game. Markus Beginning changes three times and brings Lemmer, Meier and Becker from the start.
The first leg clearly went to the favorites from Elbe, who celebrated a 3-0 home win after 90 minutes. Ehlers gave the home side an early lead in the 9th minute. A yellow-red card against junior defender Suver (62′), whose foul was additionally punished by a penalty converted by Arslan for Dynamo, and a late goal by Kammerknecht ultimately ensured the clear end result.
It harmonizes much better between Dynamo Dresden and coach Markus Anfang. The Dresdeners have been unbeaten in competitive games for 10 games and won 1-0 in the Saxony derby last week. With 41 points, the East Germans are in sixth place in the third division and remain within striking distance of the promotion ranks. A win against Dortmund, who are threatened with relegation, is therefore a mandatory task for the Dresdeners.
Even under Jan Zimmermann, the season of Borussia Dortmund’s second team remains mixed. From the first four league games under the new coach, the team only got three points with a win against Waldhof Mannheim. Most recently, BVB had to admit defeat again in the duel of the second representatives against SC Freiburg with 0:1. With a total of 24 points, Dortmund are still in the middle of the relegation battle in 17th place in the table.
Hello and welcome to the 26th match day of the third division on Sunday. BVB’s second team meets Dynamo Dresden at 3:00 p.m.