Defeat Dortmund 2-1 Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg – Wolfsburg Efforts to secure second place in the Bundesliga standings board ended positively. The team nicknamed it after the Wolfes earned full points at home to Borussia Dortmund.
Playing at the Volkswagen Arena on Saturday (05/16/2014) night, Wolfsburg beat Dortmund 2-1. Wolfsburg had led the match from the first minute.
Wolfsburg directly steal an early goal. Starting from the bait breakthrough from Kevin De Bruyne, Daniel Caligiuri greeted and dribble close to goal.
Without wasting a chance, Caligiuri was fired on goal and goalkeeper Mitch Langerak Dortmund could not anticipate well. 1-0 to Wolfsburg.
Dortmund got a golden opportunity in the 10th minute. Kevin Kampl getting interference from the host goalkeeper Diego Benaglio when attempting to shoot on goal Wolfsburg. The goalkeeper was given a yellow card. A penalty was awarded to Dortmund. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who became executor complete the task well. The position to be 1-1 last until halftime.
The second half has been running for four minutes, Dortmund back behind. Naldo Dortmund goalkeeper with his left foot kick.
2-1 to Wolfsburg. The extra three points closer membaut host to end the season as runner-up. While, Dortmund still have to fight hard to secure the euro zone.
Wolfsburg pocketed value of 68. The closest competitor, Borussia Moenchengladbach followed with a value of 66. Adpaun Dortmund in the seventh with a collection of 43 points.
Wolfsburg: Benaglio, Timm Klose, Sebastian Jung, Naldo, Rodriguez (Veirinha 77 ‘), Caligiuri (Schuerrle 90’), Perisic (Hunt 86 ‘), De Bruyne, Guilavogui, Arnold, Bas Dost
Dortmund: Langerak, Subotic, Papastathopoulos, Schmelzer (Piszczek 75 ‘), erik durm, Kehl, Kagawa (Reus 70’), Guendogan, Mikhitaryan, Kampl (Immobile 0 ‘), Aubameyang