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It's 2-0 Ingolstadt! The Bundesliga's bottom side are in dreamland!
It's almost a carbon copy of Cohen's goal but this time it's Lezcano who meets an inswung free-kick from the right. What is going on in BVB's defence!?
Still no response from BVB as Ingolstadt retain their lead!
In England, Arsenal, Everton, West Ham and many more are kicking off soon. More on that shortly...
A stunning start for the Bundesliga strugglers! A free kick is whipped in from the right and Almog Cohen guides it home after pulling away from Weigl - totally unmarked!
This has given Tuchel's side some real food for thought!
And Ingolstadt vs Dortmund is under way - et in-depth updates of that clash right here
We've very close to kick off in Germany so let's recap. Dortmund can bring themselves to just one behind Bayern Munich with a win - they currently sit in sixth place in the Bundesliga.
Roman Burki has a cold, so old head Weidenfeller retakes his spot between the sticks. Adrian Ramos get a chance to shine from behind Aubamyang, who leads the line, while Weigl, Kagawa and Castro make up the engine room.
And it's a 0-0 result at Dean Court. Both sides must settle for a point, but Bournemouth will be buoyed at the fact Jack Wilshere managed to stay on the pitch for a full 90 minutes.
We'll have manager reactions shortly.
And mere minutes to go...
Gradel is denied by a great sliding tackle from Walker as the hoststry to force something on the counter. Anywhere will do for the home side, who are willing to hoof clearances high upfield.
And Aberdeen are victorious. Adam Rooney's strike was followed up by another by Kenny McLean and from there it was over for Morton. The Greenock side will have to improve their defending if the goals are anything to go by. The Dons, however, look forward to the final!
And it's a strong one:
Cech, Bellerin, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Elneny, Walcott, Ozil, Iwobi, Alexis.
Will Ozil dazzle us again today? Less than an hour till we find out!
Claudio Ranieri has named a starting XI without last season's star striker:
Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan (c), Huth, Fuchs; Mahrez, Drinkwater, King, Musa; Okazaki, Slimani.
Play s**t, get benched?
Moussa Sissoko has replaced Dele Alli for Tottenham - an odd choice from Mauricio Pochettino? Spurs need a goal here...
But the Argentine shoots wide, with Spurs struggling to test Boruc in this second half. King, seemingly past the head trauma, breaks forward for the hosts, before trying to find Smith on the overlap, but his ball is far too heavy and it heads straight behind for a goal-kick. Both sides lacking precision here.
Not that Rooney, Adam Rooney. The Aberdeen striker has given his side the lead at Hampden! Can Morton find a way back into this?
King takes a knock to the head and immediately the physios are called on... looks like the Norway international is alright to continue.
But it doesn't trouble Boruc, who makes a simple save. Both sides probing early in the second half here - no one wants to settle for a draw.
Here's a fun factoid for all your Spurs fans out there: Bournemouth have yet to register a home Premier League win against a side from London.
Elsewhere in the UK, Scotland national stadium Hampden is the scene for the Scottish League Cup semi-final between Aberdeen and Morton. The Championship side are giving a good account of themselves, with Jose Quitongo's son, Jai, leading the line. Neither side have found the net yet, however, as the second half begins to wear on.
But we're back! It's half-time at Bournemouth and neither side look to have stamped their authority on the game. Chances have fallen for both the hosts and Spurs, but yellow cards have been the main theme of the first period - the ref's been a busy man! Still, this one's up for grabs.
It's half-time in the first game of the day in LaLiga, where Eibar (8th) are running riot against Espanyol (17th)! It's the eighth time in nine league games this season that Eibar have taken the lead. Something tells me they won't let this one slip...
12:00 Espanyol 0-3 Eibar (latest)
15:15 Valencia v Barcelona
17:30 Real Sociedad v Alaves
19:45 Granada v Sporting Gijon