FC Copenhagen held Borussia Dortmund to a 1-1 draw to crash out of the Champions League and Europa League, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Borussia Dortmund started the game on a good note, comfortably dominating play in terms of ball possession.
Despite taking absolute control of the game, the Bundesliga side could not make anything happen early enough.
Copenhagen equally battled for possession as they also attempted to come out with at least a point from the game.
It was a tough game for both sides, but Borussia Dortmund finally broke the goal deadlock in the 23rd minute of play.
Passiack delivered a perfect assist for Thorgan Hazard to find the back of the net and put the visitors ahead.
Copenhagen suddenly began to ramp up attempts to equalize the game after trailing by a lone goal.
In the 41st minute, Haraldsson opened the scoring for the home side to take the scoreline to a 1-1 draw before the break.
Second Half Report
FC Copenhagen proved more dangerous when handing the ball and heading on the attack.
They increased their pressure and attempted to make every kick count as the game continued.
Before the 80th minute of play, FC Copenhagen had already managed 18 shots, with nine on target, while Borussia Dortmund only had nine shots, with only one on target.
Meanwhile, the visitors continued to dominate possession but were less clinical in front of the goal as the match progressed.
Into the 80th minute of play, it was still a one-all draw as both sides could not find the back of the net after the first half.
The game ended in a draw as both sides shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw after the final whistle.