Bet365 was right in tipping Borussia Dortmund to start winning, especially against the last placed Bundesliga team, and with some luck we won the bet placed on them to win and for there to be under 3.5 goals in the match.
By being more worried about crying out into the press that Bayern Munich is out on some kind of vendetta against them than preparing for the match, Dortmund looked sloppy and didn’t have many chances to score. In the first half there was only a blocked shot from Bender and Nuri Sahin that didn’t pose any trouble for the other goalie. Surely this shouldn’t have happened considering the position both teams have in the Bundesliga table.
The struggles lasted though until the 30th minute, when a combination of excellent passes between Aubameyang and Robert Lewandowski led to the Dortmund’s first goal on the 32 minute. In the second half Dortmund had a disallowed goal courtesy of the same player and with Lewandowski for the assist. What almost nobody expected was the goal Braunschweig scored on the 54th minute after a corner kick which Kessel put into the net from a close range.
The party the hosts were going to throw only lasted around 10 minutes as Marco Reus assisted Aubameyang from the left flank and his third goal of the night made it 2-1 for Dortmund which has now recorded their first win in this year and the first one since November 2013. This victory puts Dortmund just one point behind Leverkusen who is set to host Stuttgart this weekend.
The coupled betting market of Dortmund to win and for there to be under 3.5 goals placed with 2.20 odds from Bet365 paid off, taking into account the disallowed goal and the requested penalty by the hosts in the last minutes of regular time.
Result: +8,4 units, bet won with odds from bet365