Stoger makes Dortmund history with Gladbach win

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The coach has racked up eight unbeaten Bundesliga games since replacing Peter Bosz, a feat never before managed by a new boss

A place in Borussia Dortmund history followed for Peter Stoger after Sunday's 1-0 triumph at Borussia Monchengladbach.

Roman Burki excelled in goal for Dortmund after Marco Reus' stunning effort to secure a win that took BVB back into second place in the Bundesliga.

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It means Stoger has gone eight league games unbeaten since replacing Peter Bosz as Dortmund coach in December.

Among the defeated clubs, only one currently holds a top-half spot in the Bundesliga - ninth-place Hoffenheim - but Stoger's efforts have returned the Westphalia giants to Champions League contention after Bosz's reign ended in a miserable run of eight successive winless Bundesliga contests.

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