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It’s not even a month when Bayern Munich humiliated Thomas Tuchel side 4-1 at Allianz Arena, and he able to get the perfect revenge eliminating them from DFB Cup (German Cup) semifinal. Borussia Dortmund registered a 3-2 victory over the Carlo Ancelotti’s Bayern Munich side who were also eliminated last week from Uefa Champions League.

In this season Der Klassiker battle Dortmund move ahead 2-1 with the latest victory, and it came as a more disappointing for the Bavarians. When Bayern registered 4-1 victory earlier in the moth, Dortmund may not have felt hurt, because they are not going to win the Bundesliga anyway. But, their latest victory must have given them the joy because it takes them closer to winning a trophy after four years of dry spell.

Marco Reus opened the scoring for Dortmund in 19th minute, but it was Bayern who had the lead at the end of the first half. Javier Martinez header in 28th minute and Mats Hummels strike in 41st minute gave the Bavarian lead, but second half came as a dominance for Dortmund.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the equalizer in 69th minute, and Ousmane Dembele made no mistake to curl in the top corner with 15 minutes of time left to hand his side a place in DFB Cup final against the Eintracht. Eintracht also reaches to the final with a dramatic win over Borussia Monchengladbach, which was decided last night on penalties.

It took Dortmund closer to end their trophy drought, and if they manages to beat Eintracht on 27th May at Berlian Olympiastadion, they’ll will win their first trophy since 2011/12 season double winning season. Dortmund also reaches to German Cup final last two seasons, but they end up being runners-up on both occasions.


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