Emre Can 58 minutes goal was enough for Dortmund to get all three points as the ease past Hertha Berlin 1-0, MySportDab reports.
Dortmund beat Hertha Berlin 1-0 to keep the pressure on league leader Bayern Munich who won 4-2.
Jadon Sancho who scored hat trick in his last game created an opportunity that almost put his side ahead but Hakimi couldn’t find the net.
Many chances came begging but the finishing wasn’t good enough with both teams heading into the dugout after a goalless first 45 minutes.
The second half started same way it ended in the first half with both teams looking like scoring but unable to hit the target.
The goal later came in the 58 minutes after a brilliant play saw Julian Brandt set up Emre Can to give BVB the lead.
Krzysztof Piatek came close for Hertha Berlin but his effort was unable to generate any goal for his side.
The game went on with both sides attacking each other but the finishing wasn’t good enough.
The referee stopped the play in the 83 minutes for a possible Dortmund penalty.
After consulting with the VAR the referee did not award a penalty to the home side as the game proceeds.
No goal was recorded as they both settle for the 1-0 scoreline which saw Borussia Dortmund narrowly claimed three points.
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