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Ramos positioned himself nonsensically towards the middle, so that Dortmund was able to easily contract space in the left half-space around Bender.
Real pressed more aggressively in their usual formation and Özil, together with Higuain, was able to provoke long balls more constantly now, but Dortmund still monopolized second balls.
From those they generated spells of possession, allowing them to calm down more as the second half went on.
Before the they defended with all ten field players in their own third, but remained so passive, that Dortmund was able to cross anyway and then got the rebound.
Notable was that the BVB now focused on the other wing, where all three midfielders helped overload the flank at times.
The was par for the course: Schmelzer was able to hoof a rebound back into the box, because Modric had dropped back to the penalty spot.
The penalty leading to the was caused after a break following a corned by Real, who lacked the willingness to run back quickly. This problem became more apparent towards the end of the game and Dortmund might have created more clear-cut chances if they had exploited their breaks more consequently.
Three goals down Mourinho was looking for the simple, aggressive play forwards, which had signified a strong spell during the group-phase return match.
Di Maria replaced Modric after all and occupied the left wing to cross from there. Within the like attacking formation Özil moved to the right again and Ronaldo occupied the forward positions with Benzema, who is more technically able than Higuain.
At times Özil and Ronaldo switched positions. Madrid was now more dangerous than earlier. Özil pushed his team forward with risky passes into the back of defence.
With a bit of luck a few situations could have resulted in an important second away goal, but they were less frequent than in the earlier game.
The second time around, Real did not execute this strategy with as much pressure and discipline as in the Santiago Bernabeu. Real also focused on the penalty box too much, which caused the wingers to stray too far inside.
Dortmund behaved more cleverly as well. After long balls they did not look to dispossess immediately. Often they remained passive for a short time and retreated to their own box so that the midfielders were able to return, preventing one-on-one situations.
They still threatened occasionally and got a few corners, one of which Varane almost nodded in. Still, Real were still unable to keep pressure up constantly.
They maintained their lead in a more confident fashion for the rest of the game, whereas in Madrid they had conceded a second goal shortly before the end of the game.
Before the game we were hoping for an entry into the tactics history books — which is not quite what happened.
Still, for Real Madrid and Jose Mourinho especially, this duel might have historical dimensions on the tactical level too.
Borussia Dortmund proved unperturbed by external noise, shoved the Götze transfer out of the way and showed a typical BVB performance.
Less than five years later his team was able to lay an extremely solid foundation to build their dreams of the Champions League final on.
A few statistics at the end: the number of tackles by both midfields. There is no less compact way to summarize this game.
BVB April 26, um pm. Magnificent performance by bayern who played football the way it was meant to be played- exciting and athletic. I really hope this is the end of the godawful barca keepball spoiling style that has bored the pants off me.
Who in their right minds prefers to watch that style? Bayern have done the football world a huge favour in destroying the unbeatable barca myth.
For their part barca showed themselves in their true nasty, vindictive light in the second half. Wednesday, About Contact FAQ.
Toggle navigation Navigation. Dortmund is Allowed Possession This pressing formation was a with Ronaldo and Özil moving at the same height as the eights.
A Victory of Counterpressing This was probably the most important difference between the teams. Alonso Isolated or Ignored Their opposition Real never found a stable formation in possession.
Mourinho Aims Too High Those were destroyed by lacking familiarity with the as well. Mourinho Drops the Formations after the half time break.
Formations after the 71th minute. Mario Götze provided the first assist on the night and was impressive throughout, as he had been since establishing himself in the first team in However, from Dortmund's perspective, he had been too impressive.
Despite his obvious talent, Götze was never really able to find his feet in Bavaria. The man scored the winner in a World Cup final, for goodness sake.
Eight of the Real Madrid players which featured in this first leg humbling started the final the following year, which ended their long wait for the club's fabled tenth European Cup, La Decima.
The same core group of players would then claim a hat-trick of Champions League trophies between and , thriving after the curse had seemingly been lifted.
The workmanlike left-sided midfielder wasn't the most glamorous player but was pivotal in Dortmund's pressing system as tucked in from the flank to narrow the pitch, compressing the space.
Real Madrid rallied in the second leg to win in the Spanish capital, but it wasn't enough to stop Dortmund reaching the final.
Dortmund lost at Wembley, as Arjen Robben rolled the winner past Roman Weidenfeller in the 89th minute to clinch Bayern's historic treble in gut-wrenching fashion for Klopp's side.
I hope he has it too. Zorc expressed understanding for Reinier's struggle to adapt to life in Germany after a protracted spell without minutes on the pitch, adding: "He did not have an easy start with us.
And now the infection has set him back again. Reinier was one of three major signings made ahead of the campaign by Zorc, but has so far failed to match the minutes amassed by fellow new recruits Thomas Meunier and Jude Bellingham across all competitions.