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AS Monaco - Borussia Dortmund
Champions League - 19 April 2017
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That's it, full time. The referee blows for full time after Monaco dispatch Dortmund with only a little trouble. 6-3 on aggregate tells plenty of the story, but in years to come, few will remember just what Dortmund went through over the last week.
Two minutes of added time indicated.
- OffBernardo SilvaAS Monaco
- OnAndrea RaggiAS Monaco
Raggi on for Silva.
Dembele tries to thread it through for Aubameyang, but it's just a touch too much in front of him. It's full time in the other game, Barcelona 0-0 Juventus.
Weigl nods the ball down to Pulisic in the box. He spins to face the goal, and swings a left boot at the ball, sending the goal wide.
That goal came 21 or 22 seconds after Germain came on. On the pitch, Aubameyang fires in a shot from just inside the box, makng Subisic dive shartly to his right to palm it away. At the other end, Sokritis, slides in at the last on Silva as he seemed set for a one-on-one wth Burki.
- GoalValère GermainAS Monaco
GOAL! Monaco 3-1 Dortmund. Germain scores - Lemar seizes on a loose ball, advances down the left. He clips a pass inside, that might take a slight deflection, and it comes to Germain in space on the right to prod home. 21 seconds after coming on.
- OffKylian MbappéAS Monaco
- OnValère GermainAS Monaco
Mbappe is off to a standing ovation. Germain is on in his place.
Moutinho lifts a huge ball over the top for Lemar in space on the right. He passes it inside for Mbappe, but it's behind the striker and he can't get a shot away.
Bakayoko's header flies over the bar. There are a little over 10 minutes left in normal time for Dortmund. They need two goals, but can't leave themselves open to Monaco counters. Mbappe drives down the right and concedes a free kick on Weigl when he loses the ball.
Monaco win a corner on the left after Silva's cross is put behind by Sokritis.
Monaco are dropping back, which is no surprise. They just need to keep their composure. Reus fires one in from distance, with a sliced volley, and Subisic claims it.
- OffRaphaël GuerreiroBorussia Dortmund
- OnChristian PulisicBorussia Dortmund
Pusilic is on for Guerreiro.
Toure releases Mbappe down the inside right into the box, and his shot is aiming towards the bottom far corner. Burki gets a fingertip to it, but the ref gives a goal kick.
- OffRadamel FalcaoAS Monaco
- OnNabil DirarAS Monaco
Falcao off, Dirar on.
Falcao has time in the box, he's onside, and he flicks the ball over Burki as he rushes towards him. With the goal waiting, the ball drifts over the bar.
Toure picks out Mbappe at the back post, and Burki leaps up to claim it.
Corner on the right again for Dortmund after Mendy puts the ball behind. It's headed out by Bakayoko.
Lemar puts in another cross for Falcao, but Sokritis struggles against him to put him off his finish.
Ginter flicks it on, it comes to Aubameyang at the back post, but it's just a touch behind him and out for a goal kick. A little over half an hour to go.
Corner for Dortmund on the right, Guerreiro will take.
Mbappe is tripped in midfield, and Monaco get a chance to take the pressure off for a while.
Still 0-0 in the other match, though Messi has gone close.
Lemar's corner drops to the ground, but is cleared easily enough.
Mbappe gets away from Sokritis, but he has a tight angle to shoot from, allowing the 'keeper to save and concede a corner. A cross from Lemar is met by Toure, and he forces Burki to tip it away at full stretch.
- GoalMarco ReusBorussia Dortmund
GOAL! Monaco 2-1 Dortmund. Reus scores - Dembele skins Mendy, three times, gets to the byline and pulls it back for Reus, near the penalty spot, and he slams it home.
Schmelzer covers to tackle Silva and concede a throw on the right wing. Nothing comes of it.
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The second half gets underway.
- OffNuri SahinBorussia Dortmund
- OnMarcel SchmelzerBorussia Dortmund
Sahin off, Schmelzer on.
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That's half time. See you in 15 minutes.
Just a minute to go in the half.
Dembele takes off down the right, getting to the byline, but he runs out of space before he crosses, and it's a goal kick.
Reus takes a free kick from outside the box, on the left, and Subisic has to dart swiftly to his right to keep it out.
Kagawa slips in Guerreiro on the left, but his shot from a tight angle is blocked.
Reus flicks it around the corner for Aubameyang's run into the box, but it's just a touch too strong.
Kagawa tries to thread Aubameyang through on goal, but he's a stride offisde.
Not much happens for a bit. At the other tie, it's still 0-0, though Barcelona are attempting to dive their way through, for a change.
Monaco almost break as Silva looks for Mbappe behind the defence. Sahin tries to find Aubameyang after they win the ball back, but Subisic claims.
Have a heat map. How far I've done fell.
Falcao has five in his last six European games.
- OffErik DurmBorussia Dortmund
- OnOusmane DembéléBorussia Dortmund
Durm is off, Dembele is on.
Durm is going off soon.
Bakayoko flicks a ball across the face of goal, and Durm slashes at it, sending it behind for a corner on the left. Moutinho's cross is just a touch too high.
This is just how impressive Mbappe's start has been.
Moutinho scythes down Reus, but Dortmund quickly give the ball away.
Dortmund's subs are warming up. In truth, and this is largely unavoidable, Dortmund's heads don't seem to be in this.
- GoalRadamel FalcaoAS Monaco
GOAL! Monaco 2-0 Dortmund. Falcao scores - That really is it. Ginter fails to track Falcao into the box. Lemar clips a pass into the box, and Falcao can glance it home.
Sahin almost scores from the free kick. He whips a shot over the bar and it crashes against the bar.
Mendy's cross from the left, released by Mendy, comes to Bernado Silva at the back post, who nods down into the ground. At the other end, Dortmund have a freekick after Aubemeyang was fouled.
Falcao stoops to meet a cross at the near post, but his effort goes wide.
A lsick passing move ends when Durm picks out Reus's run into the box, and his low shot is stopped by Subisic, who merely had to crouch down.
Reus's cross is kept in play by Durm, but eventually Subisic clais the ball. A moment earlier he almost lost the ball as Aubameyang closed in on him.
This is a point we shouldn't forget tonight, especially as news moves on for observers far quicker than it does for participants.
Dortmund need three goals. All Monaco need to do is sit back, but Mendy finds Falcao with a cross, but Dortmund scramble it away.
That's Mbappe's 22nd for the season already. 4-2 for Monaco on aggregate.
- GoalKylian MbappéAS Monaco
GOAL! Monaco 1-0 Dortmund. Mbappe scores - Game over. Mendy goes on a great run from left back, and fizzes in a shot from outside the box. Burki flaps at it, it drops to Mbappe, and he's on hand to stab it home..
Dortmund appear to be revolutionising football with three at the back. At the very least, Weigl is deep on the pitch.
- 1st Half
The game gets underway, as is tradition, with the first minute.
Marc Bartra is at the game tonight, which should kick off any second now.
Dortmund have plenty of attacking talent on the pitch, so they stand a chance, still. Dembele might be on the bench, but with him, Kagawa, Reus, Sahin and Aubameyang, they pose a threat.
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The kick-off for the match has been delayed by five minutes due to traffic holding up Dortmund's team bus.
Monaco are dangerous. They have a rejuvenated Radamel Falcao, who finally appears to have settled after some awful knee injuries, and they have Kylian Mbappe, the man set for a £100m move to one of Europe's biggest clubs.
Unsurprisingly, Dortmund struggled in the early part of the last match, though they battled back, and they have a 3-2 deficit to overcome tonight. They will need goals, and plenty of them. That won't be easy.
The tie will still be understandably overshadowed by the attack on the Dortmund team in the last leg, last week. Dortmund coped incredibly well, despite having to play, and we can be glad that the worst that happened was Marc Bartra's injury, as bad as that is for him. The sense is of relief and solidarity, which is far better than grief.
TEAMS: Monaco, Glik, Jemerson, Toure, Mendy, Bakayoko, Moutinho, Lemar, Siva, Mbappe, Falcao. Subs: De Sanctis, Jorge, Raggi, N'Doram, Dirar, Cardona, Germain. /// Dortmund: Burki, Piszczek, Soktrais, Ginter, Durm, Weigl, Sahin, Guerreiro, Kagawa, Reus, Aubameyang. Subs: Weidenfeller, Schmelzer, Merino, Bender, Castro, Pulisic, Dembele.
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