Relish watching the complete replay and highlights of the exciting match between Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Monchengladbach. This intense showdown took place during the 2023/2024 Germany Bundesliga on Matchday 12. The action kicked off at 14:30 GMT on Saturday, November 25, 2023.
The game was officiated by the skilled Sven Jablonski from Germany and was held at the iconic SIGNAL IDUNA PARK in Borussia Dortmund. Don’t miss the chance to catch all the thrilling moments from this epic clash.
Borussia Dortmund vs Borussia Monchengladbach Full Match Reports
Borussia Dortmund halted a streak of two consecutive Bundesliga defeats, orchestrating a remarkable turnaround from a two-goal deficit in the first half to triumph 4-2 against Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Rhineland, reclaiming their spot in the top four.
The Yellow Wall, accustomed to their team’s invincibility at home since August 2022, faced the unsettling prospect of back-to-back losses as the Foals seized an unexpected early lead. Alassane Pléa orchestrated a precise ball from midfield to Rocco Reitz, eluding Nico Schlotterbeck’s challenge and calmly slotting in off the post, securing his second consecutive goal. The notion of ten consecutive losses at the Westfalenstadion seemed distant as Manu Koné recycled a corner, unleashing a net-rippling strike from the edge of the area to make it two.
However, that complacency paved the way for a spectacular, swift Dortmund comeback. Marco Reus initiated the fightback, combining with Julian Brandt to set up Marcel Sabitzer’s goal at the far post. Die Schwarzgelben waited a mere two minutes for this response, leveling the score sensationally. Niclas Füllkrug capitalized this time, skillfully side-footing into the top corner from Jamie Bynoe-Gittens’ headed ball.
Refusing to head into halftime without completing the comeback, the duo reversed roles, with the Englishman striking inside the near post to cap off a thrilling half. Although the visitors hadn’t scored three times in three consecutive Bundesliga matches for precisely five years to the day, Dortmund dominated the start of the second half. Moritz Nicolas thwarted Füllkrug’s second attempt, and Reus rattled the bar with a well-struck free kick.
As Dortmund settled for the win, the second half concluded with Donyell Malen scoring into an empty net after Nicolas ventured up for a last-minute corner. Despite a shaky start, Edin Terzić must be pleased to witness his side’s return to winning ways ahead of a challenging schedule against AC Milan, Bayer Leverkusen, and Paris Saint-Germain in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, Gladbach’s four-match unbeaten streak concludes, but they remain far from peril in a transitional season for the Foals.
Player of the Match: Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (Borussia Dortmund).