Tuesday April 9, 2013 Quarter-final Finished Signal Iduna Park

Borussia Dortmund 3 - 2 Málaga CF

  • Lewandowski 40’
  • Reus 90’
  • Felipe Santana 90’
  • Joaquín 25’
  • Eliseu 82’

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  1. Champions League - Dortmund score two in injury time to knock out Malaga

    Champions League - Dortmund score two in injury time to knock out Malaga

    Borussia Dortmund staged a sensational recovery to beat Malaga 3-2 and reach the semi-finals of the Champions League. More

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    Time:90'
    • Borussia Dortmund
    • Málaga CF
    • 90+4' WOW! FULL-TIME: Dortmund 3-2 Malaga. A sensational stoppage time turnaround secures a last four spot for the Germans as they prevail 3-2 on aggregate. INCREDIBLE STUFF!
    • 90+3' GOAL! Dortmund make it 3-2 on the night!!!!!!!!! INCREDIBLE! Santana is virtually on the line as he tucks home what is surely the winner on the line following an almighty goalmouth melee. This is crazy! As it stands Dortmund go through!
    • 90+2' GOAL! Malaga switch off and Subotic's cut back falls for REUS who tucks the ball home. Can Dortmund do it? Two minutes to save themselves.
    • 90+1' Four minutes added. Dortmund need two goals in four minutes. It's not going to happen. Malaga have done wonderfully here.
    • 90' Malaga so close now. Dortmund are launching everything at them but the Spanish defence is holding firm.
    • 89' Toulalan booked.
    • 89' It's looking glum for Dortmund. Malaga on the verge of something really special here.
    • 88' MALAGA sub: Francisco Portillo on for Joaquin.
    • 87' Reus takes but it's well wide. That sums the night up for the hosts.
    • 86' Free-kick to Dortmund 25 yards out after Lewandowski was fouled.
    • 85' DORTMUND sub: Hummels on for Gundogan.
    • 84' Dortmund look set to make their final sub of the night.
    • 83' Malaga lead 2-1 on the night and 2-1 on aggregate. That was Eliseu's fourth goal of this fairytale CL campaign.
    • 82' GOAL! Malaga lead 2-1!!!!!!!!! A lighting break ends with Baptista cutting a cross-shot into the path of ELISEU who has the simplest of tasks to fire home! Dortmund need two goals with less than seven minutes to play.
    • 81' Less than 10 minutes for Dortmund to find the goal to send them through. It's 1-1 on the night and 1-1 on aggregate. As it stands Malaga are going through. Unless....
    • 80' Willy is having a blinder. He was the hero of the first leg and so far he's keeping Malaga's dream on course as Dortmund turn the screw.
    • 79' Another wonderful save by Willy Caballero who sticks out a left leg to deny Goetze what seemed like a certain goal.
    • 78' Incredible scenes in Turkey where Gala now lead 3-1 against Real Madrid. The Spanish giants are still 4-3 up on aggregate but it's getting nervy for Jose and co.
    • 77' Malaga edging closer to a last four spot....
    • 76' WONDERFUL SAVE! Willy Caballero denies Dortmund an almost certain goal from six yards out.
    • 75' A good spell for Malaga ends with Toulalan rasping a 40 yarder high into the crowd. Poor decision there with several teammates in space.
    • 74' MALAGA sub: Duda replaced by Eliseu.
    • 74' Duda on the counter for Malaga but his curler is well wide of target.
    • 73' DOUBLE sub for DORTMUND: Nuri Sahin on for Bender and Kuba replaced by Julian Schieber.
    • 72' The Germans have had 61 per cent possession but Malaga coukld argue they've had the better chances.
    • 71' Dortmund about to roll the dice with a double substitution.
    • 70' Jeremy Toulalan crashes in a thunderous effort from distance that Weidenfeller pushes to safety.
    • 69' Just over 20 minutes left. As it stands Malaga will progress on the away goals rule. It's 1-1 on the night and 1-1 on aggregate following last week's goalless first leg.
    • 68' It's in the net from Kuba - but it's offside. Good call.
    • 67' How Dortmund could do with a moment of Goetze magic right now... STAT ALERT: Goetze has been involved in six of Dortmund’s last 11 Champions League goals, scoring twice and delivering four assists. (He can claim some credit for his role in tonight's leveller too).
    • 66' Lewandowski brought down and Dortmund have their own opportunity to load one into the box. Reus takes but Demichelis easily cuts out what was a poor delivery.
    • 65' Duda teases another devilish ball to the far post but this time Demichelis is ruled offside.
    • 65' Baptista wins a free-kick for Malaga 40 yards from goal. Duda will look to play this into the heart of the area. They've had some real joy from set pieces tonight.
    • 64' STAT ALERT: He's had a quiet night but Isco has completed the most dribbles among the players from the eight teams left in the Champions League this season.
    • 63' Galatasaray have equalised in Turkey. It's 1-1 on the night but 4-1 to Real Madrid on aggregate. Ex-Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue on target. Galatasaray v Real Madrid: LIVE
    • 62' But it's Gamez who is booked and he appears totally bemused. It looked like Schmelzer caught Gamez not the other way around.
    • 61' And Schmelzer clashes with Gamez on the far right...
    • 60' Malaga clear the corner and break through Joaquin who is then bundled to the floor by Schmelzer. Definite booking.
    • 59' Here come Dortmund... poor play by Reus but he's still earend his team a corner.
    • 58' Real Madrid still 1-0 up in Turkey. 4-0 on aggregate there.
    • 57' So far the 1-1 draw @ironcub14 was hoping for on Twitter is looking good. Can Dortmund change that? They are trying to build up some momentum and Lewandowski gets another sight of goal... but his touch is poor and Malaga are able to hack to safety.
    • 56' Two corners in quick succession for the Germans and the second almost leads to a chance as the ball drops loose inside the six yard box... but not to a Dortmund boot and Malaga clear.
    • 55' On Twitter @simonellisjones reckons Malaga will rue their profligacy. He says: "Malaga could have put this to bed by now. I think they will regret those missed headers."
    • 54' Gamez limps to the touchline but should be okay to continue.
    • 53' Jesus Gamez taken out by his own teammate Sanchez. He's down injured.
    • 52' Back up the other end and Sanchez's miscued header falls kindly for Goetze but he thrashes his volley well wide of the near post. Wild from the playmaker.
    • 51' Isco, who has had a quiet game, tricks his way to the right byline and fizzes in a low cross - but there's no-one in a Malaga shirt there to make it count.
    • 50' Worth pointing out that Lewandowski's effort was the first goal Malaga have conceded in the first half of any of their matches in this season's Champions League!
    • 49' Corner to Malaga - but this time the Germans stand firm.
    • 48' WHAT A SAVE! It should be 2-1 to Malaga. Dortmund vulnerable at a set piece once again. Duda hangs a ball up to the far post for Demichelis who nods back across goal for Joaquin, but his header is brilliantly saved by Weidenfeller.
    • 48' Dortmund straight onto the attack and Lewandowski drills in a shot that Willy does well to keep out.
    • 47' Malaga are 45 minutes away from securing a place in the last four of the Champions League. What an adventure they have had - and it's not over yet.
    • 46' KICK OFF! Dortmund get the game back underway.
    • 45+1' A long free-kick catches Dortmund out and Joaquin sees his free header easily gathered by Weidenfeller. Huge chance wasted.... And that's it. HALF-TIME: Dortmund 1-1 Malaga. (1-1 on aggregate). As it stands Malaga go through on the away goals rule.
    • 45' There is to be one minute of added time at the end of the first period.
    • 44' On Twitter: @dankay has offered his verdict on Lewandowksi's goal... "Sublime equaliser that from Dortmund, shaping up into a classic second leg with the home side having no away goal to fall back on."
    • 43' Prior to that goal Lewandowksi had gone 461 minutes without a CL goal. His longest drought in the competition.
    • 42' So just to repeat: That's 1-1 on the night and 1-1 on aggregate. Malaga still in control thanks to that away goal from Joaquin.
    • 41' That's goal 29 for Lewandowski this season. What a flick by Reus too.
    • 40' GOAL! 1-1. Dortmund level out of the blue. Reus back flicks a sublime pass into Lewandowksi who rounds the keeper and coolly fires home. GAME ON! 1-1 on the night and 1-1 on aggregate. Malaga have that away goal and as it stands they are going through.
    • 39' Nice stat on Twitter from @OptaJose: "5 - Only Real Madrid (7) and Bayern Munich (6) have scored more goals from outside the area than Malaga in #UCL 12/13. Surprise"
    • 38' Marco Reus looking to change that from 25 yards... but his shot is well blocked.
    • 37' Malaga looking the more likely on the counter. Dortmund are still shell-shocked after conceding.
    • 36' And back down the other end Antunes returns to his defensive duties to defy Kuba and prevent Dortmund from causing any problems down the right.
    • 35' The corner is fired to the far post where Weidenfeller rises to punch clear.
    • 34' Isco does brilliantly on the left and teases a pass into Antunes who wins a corner.
    • 33' Malaga happy to let Dortmund have the ball around the halfway line. It's been a textbook away performance thus far.
    • 32' Goetze fires in a high ball that Baptista nods clear. The hosts are then caught offside as they attempt to load the ball back into the area at the second attempt.
    • 31' Goetze nips into the area on the right side and clips in a teasing cross that is cleared at the near post. CORNER to the home side.
    • 30' So 30 minutes gone - what are your views? Who is going through now? Tweet me your predictions and I'll publish some right here. Paul Hassall (Paul_Hassall) on Twitter
    • 29' Coming up to the half hour mark and so far so good for Pellegrini who has had a tough few days. No doubt his Malaga players would love to try and pick him up with a famous triumph here.
    • 28' The Dortmund crowd still singing in an attempt to encourage their side - but when play breaks down the howls of frustration from the stands is cutting through the night sky. The hosts need some inspiration from somewhere. So far they are very flat.
    • 27' STAT ALERT: Should Malaga reach the semi-finals they will match the debut-season achievement of Pellegrini's Villarreal CF, who lost to Arsenal FC in the 2005/06 last four.
    • 26' That wasn't in the script for Dortmund who concede only their second goal at home in this season's CL. They now need two.
    • 25' GOAL! Malaga lead! Joaquin picks up the ball on the edge of the area, dummies past his man and then fires a low shot into the bottom right-hand corner. An away goal and Malaga lead 1-0 on the night and 1-0 on aggregate.
    • 24' And the Argentine defender comes out on top once again, this time marshalling the big Pole out of play when the danger signs were there for Malaga.
    • 23' A high ball towards Lewandowski is met by the authorative presence of Martin Demichelis. The former Bayern man in fine form so far.
    • 22' Baptista plying a lone furrow up top for Malaga but so far very little has stuck. It could be a frustrating night for the ex-Arsenal man.
    • 21' STAT ALERT: Pellegrini's side have managed just six wins in 19 outings in 2013.
    • 20' For the first time Malaga look like they are beginning to creak. They need to retain possession better if they are to maintain their incredible run of not conceding in the first half in this season's CL.
    • 19' And here's Kuba again on the right but his low ball into the area towards Lewandowksi is diverted to safety by Sergio Sanchez.
    • 18' Kuba picks up the ball deep in Malaga territory and attempts to pick out Piszczek on the overlap, but overhits it. A bit rusty perhaps.
    • 17' On Twitter @eaaMalyon says: "Dortmund didn't take advantage of dominance at La Rosaleda. Judging by opening stages tonight they may well live to regret that."
    • 16' First real effort goes to DORTMUND. Mario Goetze takes advantage of a defensive lapse and tees up Lewandowski who clips a delicate chip just over the bar from 25 yards with Willy Caballero rooted to the spot.
    • 15' Dortmund attempting to make sure that stat remains at five as they probe for an opening. Very little goalmouth action in the first 15 minutes it has to be said.
    • 14' STAT ALERT: Alongside Juventus and FC Porto, Malaga have registered the most clean sheets in the CL this season with FIVE shut-outs.
    • 13' Still goalless here and 0-0 on aggregate. It's as tight as it can be right now. Malaga conceding possession to Dortmund in their own half and then pouncing as soon as they cross the halfway line.
    • 12' LATEST: Galatasaray 0-1 Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo on target. Now 4-0 to Real on aggregate. Galatasaray v Real Madrid: LIVE
    • 11' A long free-kick over the top looks for Julio Baptista but it's a poorly executed pass and Weidenfeller collects.
    • 10' YELLOW CARD: Sven Bender picks up a booking for a foul on Joaquin.
    • 9' A neat interchange on the edge of the Malaga areas sees Lewandowski get in-behind - but the flag is up. A warning sign for the visitors.
    • 8' First sign of the home team as an attacking force and here comes Lukasz Piszczek... good defending halts the full-back's marauding run and Malaga clear their lines.
    • 7' STAT ALERT: Dortmund have scored 97 goals in the UEFA Champions League (not including qualifiers) and conceded 199 in UEFA competition.
    • 6' A cagey start from both sides. It's a huge game and the nerves will be jangling, but it's important they settle sooner rather than later.
    • 5' The return of Blaszczykowski aka Kuba is a huge lift for the hosts as is the sight of Mats Hummels on the bench. Both have been out with injury in recent weeks.
    • 4' STAT ALERT: This is Malaga’s first away game in Germany in European competition. They haven't won ANY of their last three Champions League games away from home - drawing two and losing one.
    • 3' Dortmund are the only unbeaten team remaining in the competition and have won their four home games, scoring seven and conceding one.
    • 2' The 0-0 draw in the first leg was the first ever meeting between the two teams.
    • 1' KICK OFF! Malaga get the game underway. The tie is finely poised following last week's goalless first-leg.
    • 19.43 The time for talking is over. It's Dortmund v Malaga for a place in the last four of this season's Champions League. Stay tuned to this live commentary for updates of all the night's significant action. The atmosphere looks incredible. GAME ON!
    • 19.40 Yet more from Twitter: Marcus Yoon aka @ironcub14 is tipping Dortmund to progress - but with a heavy heart! He says: "I'm predicting 2-0, but I'll be hoping for a 1-1 as a La Liga fan. With Pellegrini and lightning, Malaga must be down..."
    • 19.35 STAT ALERT: Roman Weidenfeller and Marcel Schmelzer have played every minute of Dortmund's CL campaign so far - both start tonight.
    • 19.33 This is the fourth time Dortmund have faced Spanish opponents in this season's CL. Aside from the 0-0 draw in last week's first leg, they also beat Real Madrid 2-1 at home and drew 2-2 in the Bernabeu on their way to topping Group D. The win over Jose Mourinho's men was their first triumph against a Spanish team in six home games (following three draws and two defeats).
    • 19.30 PHOTO - more from Twitter: @BVB have tweeted an image of the crowd slowly streaming into the Signal Iduna Park. "We are sooo ready!" The excitement is tangible.
    • 19.28 In tonight's other Champions League quarter-final, Galatasaray are aiming to pull off a minor miracle and overturn a 3-0 first-leg deficit against Real Madrid. Galatasaray v Real Madrid: LIVE
    • 19.25 Robert Lewandowski is the only player from either team to feature in the top 10 leading goalscorers list for this season's Champions League. The big Pole has five to his name. Isco and Eliseu are Malaga's leading marksmen with three. Champions League: Top scorers 2012-2013
    • 19.20 A short statistical comparison of the two sides for you - GOALS SCORED: Dortmund 16-14 Malaga.... ATTEMPTS ON TARGET: Dortmund 84-53 Malaga.... YELLOW CARDS: Dortmund 7-21 Malaga.... RED CARDS: Dortmund 0-0 Malaga.
    • 19.18 More from Twitter: @WhoScored says: "Only 4 teams (Milan, Olympiakos, Celtic, Cluj) have averaged less possession in the CL this season than Borussia Dortmund (44.3%)."
    • 19.15 Meanwhile, in the absence of Pellegrini, Malaga defender Martin Demichelis was thrust into the media spotlight. He told reporters: "We would like to win this one for [Pellegrini]. We are all sad. He did not tell us at first about his father passing away, that shows his greatness. We have offered him our condolences. We will try everything to go through for him. It is quite possible that this will not be over after 90 minutes. It might play into our hands but there's no way we will play for 0-0."
    • 19.12 So what's the pre-match natter? Dortmund coach, Klopp feels his team need to show more patience in the second leg following a frustrating encounter in Spain. He told his pre-match press conference: "Our big mistake in the first leg was not squandering chances, but how we reacted to it. You could see it irritated us and that only strengthens your opposition. We have to do better than that and I believe we will. The atmosphere was really good in Malaga, but I am convinced we can top it."
    • 19.10 On Twitter @optaJose has tweeted this gem of a fact: "0 - Malaga are the only team yet to concede a first-half goal in the #UCL this season. Rocky."
    • 19.08 Pellegrini has exceeded all expectations by leading Champions League minnows, Malaga to the cusp of the last four. How has he done it? La Liga expert, Andy Mitten offers some insight into what makes the Chilean tick in this great BLOG. LA LIGA EXPERT'S BLOG: Pellegrini looks to guide skint Malaga into unchartered waters
    • 19.05 Will Dortmund continue their irrepressible home form and book a last four spot - or can Malaga pull off a shock for Pellegrini? Share your views on Twitter and we'll include the best in this live commentary. Tweet Paul Hassall your pre-match thoughts
    • 19.04 Meanwhile, Dortmund's crown as German champions slipped at the weekend as Bayern Munich's victory saw them land the Bundesliga title in record time. Jurgen Klopp's side still managed a 4-2 home win over Augsburg with an understrength XI and are now setting their sights on a first CL semi-final appearance in 15 years. Bundesliga table
    • 19.02 Pellegrini made the journey back to Europe earlier today and met up with his team ahead of what is surely the biggest game in their history to-date.
    • 19.01 Los Boquerones endured a nerve-wracking trip up to the Basque country on Friday when their aircraft was struck by lightning THREE times. They then succumbed to a 4-2 defeat to Sociedad before taking a separate route home to coach Manuel Pellegrini, who flew back to Chile for the funeral of his father.
    • 18.58 Dortmund make two changes from last week's goalless first leg after resting several star names at the weekend. The big news is that Jakub Blaszczykowski makes his long-awaited return in place of Sebastian Kehl. Sven Bender is also recalled as Kevin Grosskreutz drops to the bench. As for Malaga they make three changes - two enforced due to the suspensions of Weligton and Manuel Iturra. In come Sergio Sanchez and Ignacio Camacho while Duda replaces Javier Saviola.
    • 18.55 It's been a difficult run up to tonight's match for Malaga involving lightning, a death and a La Liga defeat at fourth-placed Real Sociedad. The result leaves them in sixth spot, four points adrift of a Champions League berth. La Liga standings
    • 18.46 BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Weidenfeller, Piszczek, Subotic, Santana, Schmelzer, Gundogan, Bender, Blaszczykowski, Gotze, Reus, Lewandowski... Subs: Langerak, Hummels, Kehl, Leitner, Nuri Sahin, Grosskreutz, Schieber. /// MALAGA: Willy Caballero, Jesus Gamez, Sergio Sanchez, Demichelis, Antunes, Joaquin, Toulalan, Camacho, Duda, Isco, Baptista... Subs: Kameni, Lugano, Piazon, Eliseu, Portillo, Saviola, Santa Cruz.
    • 18.40 Good evening and welcome to our live text coverage of tonight's Champions League quarter-final second leg between Borussia Dortmund and Malaga at Signal Iduna Park. The tie is finely poised following a goalless draw in the first-leg in Spain last week.
  • Summary

    • 90+3' GOAL! Dortmund make it 3-2 on the night!!!!!!!!! INCREDIBLE! Santana is virtually on the line as he tucks home what is surely the winner on the line following an almighty goalmouth melee. This is crazy! As it stands Dortmund go through!
    • 90+2' GOAL! Malaga switch off and Subotic's cut back falls for REUS who tucks the ball home. Can Dortmund do it? Two minutes to save themselves.
    • 82' GOAL! Malaga lead 2-1!!!!!!!!! A lighting break ends with Baptista cutting a cross-shot into the path of ELISEU who has the simplest of tasks to fire home! Dortmund need two goals with less than seven minutes to play.
    • 48' WHAT A SAVE! It should be 2-1 to Malaga. Dortmund vulnerable at a set piece once again. Duda hangs a ball up to the far post for Demichelis who nods back across goal for Joaquin, but his header is brilliantly saved by Weidenfeller.
    • 40' GOAL! 1-1. Dortmund level out of the blue. Reus back flicks a sublime pass into Lewandowksi who rounds the keeper and coolly fires home. GAME ON! 1-1 on the night and 1-1 on aggregate. Malaga have that away goal and as it stands they are going through.
    • 25' GOAL! Malaga lead! Joaquin picks up the ball on the edge of the area, dummies past his man and then fires a low shot into the bottom right-hand corner. An away goal and Malaga lead 1-0 on the night and 1-0 on aggregate.
    • 16' First real effort goes to DORTMUND. Mario Goetze takes advantage of a defensive lapse and tees up Lewandowski who clips a delicate chip just over the bar from 25 yards with Willy Caballero rooted to the spot.
    • 18.46 BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Weidenfeller, Piszczek, Subotic, Santana, Schmelzer, Gundogan, Bender, Blaszczykowski, Gotze, Reus, Lewandowski... Subs: Langerak, Hummels, Kehl, Leitner, Nuri Sahin, Grosskreutz, Schieber. /// MALAGA: Willy Caballero, Jesus Gamez, Sergio Sanchez, Demichelis, Antunes, Joaquin, Toulalan, Camacho, Duda, Isco, Baptista... Subs: Kameni, Lugano, Piazon, Eliseu, Portillo, Saviola, Santa Cruz.
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  1. This was 1/1000000000 of Dortmund's Power­ !!!!!!!!!!!!

    From Mohsen, on Wed 10 Apr 12:15
  2. What are the officals doing? We all want to see fair­ play and the right teams progressing, so my heart goes­ out for Malaga, as that was the most blatant ignoring­ of the off-side rule you will see for many a year!­ Borussia were off-side from the initial free kick, but­ quite clearly off-side for the winning goals! it makes­ you question the integrity of officials when they get­ it so badly wrong! Good luck Brussia and hard luck­ Malaga!!!!!!

    From Michael S, on Wed 10 Apr 11:56
  3. Why Eurosport did not mention the offside goal for­ Dortmund, all cheat and fixed. The biggest cheat of all­ is UEFA. They fix they matches. Why this year semi­ final draw was not made at the same time as the­ quarter's. Clearly UEFA wants to see who gets­ through to fix the matches. UEFA power + racism + money­ + corruption = Football.

    From max yosof, on Wed 10 Apr 8:50
  4. Too many mistake resulted in the winner. The last goal­ was clear offside. Malaga should still leave the­ stadium blaming selve. Durmund may have reached their­ height tonight. It is a luck to play so poorly and yet­ to win from ref error.

    From Jack C, on Tue 9 Apr 23:47
  5. Malaga's 2nd goal was offside. Dortmund deserved­ to go through.

    From Olly, on Tue 9 Apr 22:04
  6. Viva gross deutschland viva gross bvb viva gross klopp­ viva deutsch men viva der klassiker im final

    From Mehdi, on Tue 9 Apr 22:02
  7. more players in offside than referees missing it (3­ refs btw)

    From estasiesmiotracuenta, on Tue 9 Apr 22:00
  8. how many players in offside in the last goal

    From petra, on Tue 9 Apr 21:52
  9. Use your eyes no Dortmund players were offside in the­ last goal, who ever said it was offside. I watched the­ replay twice.

    From The Football Guru, on Tue 9 Apr 21:51
  10. Malaga wasted so much time and were caught out by the­ added time.

    From IAN, on Tue 9 Apr 21:51
  11. Dortmund 3:2 Oil Sheiks!

    From Patriot Way, on Tue 9 Apr 21:51
  12. Losing when you're leading by full time is­ unforgivable at this level. Poor coaching at the end­ there.

    From F, on Tue 9 Apr 21:51
  13. The result was just as expected. A win by Malaga would­ have been desired by Bercalona. What a good fight by­ Malaga.....

    From Mustafa, on Tue 9 Apr 21:49
  14. Finally some justice in the world. BvB to make all­ German final

    From Mr Burns, on Tue 9 Apr 21:48
  15. Well done the scottish officials. Your total­ incompetency made a drab game much more exciting. At­ least you fu**ed up for both sides!

    From Lenny, on Tue 9 Apr 21:48
  16. I love this game, what a game, well done Dortmund from­ across the globe. One of the greatest games Ive seen.

    From The Football Guru, on Tue 9 Apr 21:48
  17. Did everyone just miss the fact that 4 Dortmund players­ were offsides on that last goal?

    From Forza Ferrari, on Tue 9 Apr 21:47
  18. :( Very unlucky Malaga :( I really seen you go through!­ Well done for getting this far! See you next year! Well­ done Malaga.

    From Jamie, on Tue 9 Apr 21:44
  19. heart breaker

    From Fergie! Fergie! Fergie!, on Tue 9 Apr 21:44
  20. Unbeliveable game from Dortmund

    From Espen, on Tue 9 Apr 21:43
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