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81'
J. Brandt
G. Reyna
71'
M. Rits
Yellow Card
60'
E. Haaland
Goal
3 - 0
45'
J. Sancho
Goal
2 - 0
18'
E. Haaland
J. Sancho
1 - 0

Match Stats

Possession
52% 47%
6
2
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 8 0
Total Passes 598 545
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Borussia Dortmund BVB Borussia Dortmund 6 4 1 1 12 5 +7 13 W D W W W
2 Lazio LAZ Lazio 6 2 4 0 11 7 +4 10 D D W D D
3 Club Brugge CLU Club Brugge 6 2 2 2 8 10 -2 8 D W L L D
4 Zenit ZEN Zenit 6 0 1 5 4 13 -9 1 L L L D L

Key

8th Finals
UEFA Europa League

Commentary

That is all for tonight folks, thanks for joining us. Goodbye!
Dortmund will feel they can go far in this season's competition, with Sancho, Haaland and Reyna in fine form. With Reus and Brandt to step off the bench, they have plenty of depth in the key areas. Club Brugge have a three-point cushion over Zenit in the race for third, and they have what it takes to qualify for the Europa League, should they fail to finish in the top two.
Dortmund take a huge step towards qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League thanks to a 3-0 success on home soil. Haaland opened the scoring with a neat finish before Sancho's inch-perfect free-kick put them two goals up at the interval. Club Brugge made life harder for them in the second half, before then gifting a goal to Haaland who took full advantage. The Norway international could not grab a hat-trick, but Favre's side move five points clear of Club Brugge with two games remaining in Group F.
90' + 3' FULL-TIME - BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3-0 CLUB BRUGGE.
90' + 2' Club Brugge are desperately trying to get the ball downfield, but they are running out of time for a consolation goal.
90' Three minutes of stoppage time...
88' Can tries to get in on the act and grab a fourth but he fails to find the bottom corner. The former Liverpool midfielder did well to reach the edge of the box, but he does not generate enough spin on his shot and Club Brugge are awarded the goal kick. 
85' The subs have helped Club Brugge more than they have Dortmund, but the job is already done, and the home side will pick up a vital three points. 
82' Haaland appears to joke with some of the Dortmund bench that he only scored two this evening. What a nice thing to laugh about with your team-mates. 
M. Reus
E. Haaland
81' Brave move from Favre to replace Haaland when he can score a hat-trick but off he comes, with Reus entering the game.
J. Brandt
G. Reyna
81' Reyna has caught the eye tonight but his evening is over. Brandt makes his way onto the pitch in his place.
F. Passlack
Raphaël Guerreiro
80' Guerreiro makes his way to the bench as Passlack comes on in his place.
76' So, plenty of substitutions made by both coaches. Sometimes, that can have a negative effect on the flow of the match, but let's hope that isn't the case this evening.
D. Okereke
K. Diatta
74' He also gives Diatta some vital minutes, with Okereke the man to make way.
S. Schrijvers
N. Lang
74' Clement makes another change as Schrijvers replaces Lang with 16 minutes left.
Mateu Morey
T. Meunier
73' A defensive change too as Meunier makes way for Morey.
E. Can
T. Delaney
72' Favre alters his midfield as Can comes on to replace Delaney.
M. Rits
Yellow Card
71' Rits has only been on for a matter of minutes but he is already shown a card after a challenge on Guerreiro on the edge of the box.
70' Dortmund look to have some subs ready on the touchline...
69' DENIED! Haaland runs through on goal and tries to round Mignolet for his hat-trick. The keeper stays big and picks his pocket at the last second, what a fine save that is!
68' In fairness to the visitors, they are doing all they can to counter-attack when the opportunity arises. They do not seem to have the quality needed though to get through the Dortmund defence.
Y. Badji
M. Krmenčík
66' With just over 20 minutes to go, Badji is given a chance to impress as he replaces Krmencik.
62' Since the start of last season, Haaland has scored 14 goals in 10 Champions League group stage matches – seven more than Club Brugge have managed as a team.
E. Haaland
Goal
60' GOAAALLLLLL BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3-0 CLUB BRUGGE - who else? Haaland has his second, and that means he now has seven goals in his last three matches in all competitions. The visitors have nobody to blame but themselves as Vormer fails to clear his lines and passes the ball back towards Haaland, who would have been offside. Like the predator that he is, he doesn't even take a touch before smashing the ball into the far corner. What a player!
57' Sancho has now moved into a more central position, so it would not be a surprise to see him get his name on the scoresheet for a second time before the match is over.
55' Dortmund fail to create anything from the corner and it remains 2-0 with 35 minutes remaining.
54' Haaland wins a corner and seems annoyed that he has not scored. He showed great strength and determination to find space for a shot, but he can only see his effort curl away from goal. Corner to come...
M. Rits
É. Balanta
52' Clement makes the first change as Balanta is replaced by Rits.
50' Dortmund are pushing forward in pursuit of a third goal, but everything is just a little frantic when they get into the final third. A bit more composure and they will not have to wait too long for it.
47' Sancho goes close, but Mignolet does enough to deny him this time around. The winger tried to find the bottom corner when shooting from the edge of the box, but he failed to connect properly with the ball, and that allowed Mignolet to make the save.
46' We are back underway!
Club Brugge were always going to be up against it tonight, and they have battled away, but they need to cut off the supply to Sancho, Haaland and Reyna. That, of course, is easier said than done!
Favre's team-talk just got a lot easier thanks to Sancho's strike, and Dortmund deserve their cushion. Haaland got them on their way with a fine effort inside the first 20 minutes, before Sancho's delicate free-kick made it two. Club Brugge have gone close through Vormer, but that is their only real chance so far after the first 45 minutes.
45' + 1' HALF-TIME - BORUSSIA DORTMUND 2-0 CLUB BRUGGE.
J. Sancho
Goal
45' O MY WORDDDDD!!!! BORUSSIA DORTMUND 2-0 CLUB BRUGGE - Sancho is the man of the moment as he curls the ball into the top corner from the free-kick. Favre has his head in his hands in disbelief and Dortmund have their second at such a crucial time. His shot had the perfect amount of curl and Mignolet is helpless as the ball sails into the top corner.
44' Dortmund win a free-kick as Bellingham is chopped down on the edge of the box by Balanta.
42' SAVE! Delaney tries his luck for a second time this evening, but his low drive is stopped by Mignolet. The ball initially hit his midriff, before rolling over his shoulder. With Haaland ready to pounce, the former Liverpool keeper has done well to adjust his body before keeping hold of possession.
41' Club Brugge clear the danger at the first attempt, but they still have five minutes to hang on here with Dortmund pushing for a second.
40' BLOCK! Bellingham's cross falls to Reyna, but his right-footed strike takes a deflection. Corner to Dortmund...
36' Burki has had nothing to do yet in the Dortmund goal, with Vormer's shot the only moment where he was likely to have panicked. The visitors have done well to keep it at 1-0, but they need to do more on the counter-attack if they are to have chance of grabbing a draw.
34' In the other game in Group F, Lazio are currently leading Zenit 2-1 on home soil.
32' SAVE! Mignolet gets down low to make a good save before the rebound fell to Haaland. Rather than shooting, he played in Delaney who tried to squeeze his effort into the far corner, only for his strike to take a deflection.
30' CLOSE! Club Brugge have Deli to thank as he clears the danger when it looked like Haaland was going to score. Hazard's cross took a deflection and with Haaland primed to finish; Deli has done the right thing to clear his lines for a Dortmund corner.
27' Dortmund look comfortable in the early stages, and that is expected, given the scoreline and their recent form. However, Club Brugge are no pushovers, and they will need a second goal to take the pressure off. 
25' After conceding tonight, Mignolet now equals the record for fewest clean sheets in a goalkeeper’s first 15 starts in the competition, held by former Basel and Olympiakos goalkeeper Franco Costanzo. He has kept just one in that time!
23' JUST WIDE!!! Club Brugge seem to have found their rhythm after that goal, and they are a whisker away from finding an equaliser. A quick counter-attack helped them into the Dortmund box, before Mata teed up Vormer on the edge of the area. The skipper tried to find the far corner, but his curling shot just misses the far post.
20' Dortmund go close to adding a second as Reyna dribbles his way into the Club Brugge box. Just when he looked to be shooting, he loses his balance and the visitors clear the danger.
E. Haaland
Goal
18' GOAAALLLL!!!! BORUSSIA DORTMUND 1-0 CLUB BRUGGE - It's Haaland! Once again he does the business inside the box, and Dortmund have their lead. It all came about after Mignolet's clearance was intercepted and Sancho pounced before playing in his team-mate. Haaland stayed onside, adjusted his feet and slotted the ball home. Superb play!
J. Sancho
Assist
18' His team-mates, including Haaland quickly praised Sancho after that goal. He could have carried the ball further and shot himself, but his pass was perfect and Haaland benefits.
16' For the first time tonight, Club Brugge work their way into the Dortmund box. A quick one-two allowed De Ketelaere to get into a crossing position, but he was bundled into touch. While nothing came of that attack, that was much better from the visitors.
13' Dortmund carve their way through the Club Brugge defence before Reyna plays his cross towards the far post. He was aiming for Haaland, but the Norway international was unable to meet his pass, and it remains goalless.
11' Club Brugge are wasting possession a little too easy so far; they will need to improve that if they want to secure a result this evening.
9' Nothing comes from the corner, and Club Brugge can work the ball out from the edge of their own box.
8' Sancho wins his side a corner after seeing his shot blocked on the edge of the box. The England international was given too much time to pick his spot, but eventually, they got to him.
6' Dortmund are doing what they can to keep their passing nice and sharp, Club Brugge as expected are keeping them under pressure as quickly as possible.
3' Haaland scored four goals last weekend, and he needs no introduction tonight. He continues to impress on the big stage, and this is another big opportunity for him.
1' We are underway, Dortmund in yellow and black and Club Brugge in an all-white strip.
The two teams are out on the field, and we are nearly ready!
Dortmund are unbeaten in all three of their Champions League matches against Club Brugge, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
Dortmund boss Lucien Favre makes five changes to the team that beat Hertha. Bellingham, Delaney, Sancho, Hazard and Reyna come in, with Can, Witsel, Dahoud, Reus and Brandt dropping out. Philippe Clement also rings the changes, with Mignolet, Kossounou, Deli, Balanta, Lang and Krmencik replacing Horvath, Mechele, Ricca, Soboi, Rits and Dennis in the Club Brugge starting XI.
SUBS: Nathan Fuakala, Brandon Mechele, Ethan Horvath, Ignace van der Brempt, Mats Rits, David Okereke, Siebe Schrijvers, Maxim De Cuyper, Youssouph Mamadou Badji.
CLUB BRUGGE (3-5-2): Simon Mignolet; Clinton Mata, Odilon Kossounou, Simon Deli; Krepin Diatta, Ruud Vormer (c), Hans Vanaken, Eder Balanta, Charles de Ketelaere; Noa Lang, Michal Krmencik.
SUBS: Julian Brandt, Marco Reus, Lukasz Piszczek, Felix Passlack, Youssoufa Moukoko, Axel Witsel, Nico Schulz, Marwin Hitz, Emre Can, Mahmoud Dahoud, Mateu Morey, Stefan Drljaca.
BORUSSIA DORTMUND (4-2-3-1): Roman Burki; Thomas Meunier, Manuel Akanji, Mats Hummels (c), Raphael Guerreiro; Jude Bellingham, Thomas Delaney; Jadon Sancho, Thorgan Hazard, Giovanni Reyna; Erling Haaland.
After a run of four games without a win, Club Brugge have improved their fortunes of late, winning their last two league matches against KV Oostende and Kortrijk. Although they lost their last game against Dortmund, Club Brugge have only lost one of their last eight on the road in the competition.
Dortmund returned from the international break with a 5-2 win over Hertha Berlin, meaning they have now scored 14 goals in their last five games in all competitions. A win this evening would move them closer to automatic qualification, they would move five points clear of Club Brugge with two matches remaining. 
Good evening and welcome to tonight's live coverage of the Champions League clash between Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge from Group F. The German giants ran out 3-0 winners when these two met three weeks ago, and they will be very confident of repeating that success on home soil.