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Freiburg missed the victory at the return of Aubameyang

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The brilliant Freiburg series continued on one of the staggering stadiums in the Bundesliga - Signal Iduna Park. The players of Kirstyan Streich did not lose against Borussia (Dortmund) after 2:2, and at the same time the series of matches adviced by live soccer without loss of the team already stretches in eight games, which split so look - four wins and four defeats.

Returning to Pierre-Emerico Aubameyang seemed to be in the background, and the hosts of the hosts made it clear what they thought about the eventual departure. Ultras raised a banner that said everything needed - No one bigger than the club.






The undeniable Nils Petersen was in the lead this Saturday afternoon, though Shinji Kagawa gave an early spot request in the light of the spotlight, finding the result after just 10 minutes. The Japanese gave Dortmund an advantage with an excellent scuffle with his right foot, reacting after shuffling to the penalty area of the guests who finished the event. Shortly thereafter, Petersen picked up his hands in the 21st minute. The German striker was uncompromising from close range and found the ball between three opposing players to equalize - 1:1. Borussia`s goalkeeper Roman Burke was near a huge gaff shortly before the break and in the 39th minute stopped a shot but the ball went under his arms and rolled to the door but he still stopped her on the goal line and the two teams went to the dressing roomsin a tie after 45 minutes.




In the 68th minute Petersen`s wisdom silenced the thousands in the stands of Signal Iduna Park. Freiburg`s blade took advantage of poor communication and a terrifying pass between two of Borussia`s defenders and a perfect forward-stroke of about 40 meters mattled ahead of Burke`s 2-1.

Totally in the order of things the hosts threw a somewhat desperate final assault, which resulted in the last few seconds. Literally, with the expiration of the three-minute continuation Dortmund equalized, and Jeremy Tolyan turned into a hero. The defender brought the point of his team with a shot on land that crossed the forest from bodies in the penalty area and fell into the final 2:2 door. Germany`s national coach Joachim Low looked at the stands from the stands. After today`s point, Dortmund is fifth in the standings with a total of 31 points, while Freiburg is on the 12th place with seven less.

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