Borussia Dortmund, with Raphael Guerreiro at the start, took advantage of Bayern’s slip – a draw at home with Werder Bremen – and moved closer to the top after scoring Hertha Berlin 5-2 away
Lucien Favre’s team started the game in the worst way, with Matheus Cunha, on 33 ‘, giving the capital’s team an advantage. However, the second half proved to be a veritable offensive festival for visitors, with young Erling Haaland excelling, aiming for poker in half an hour (47, 49, 62 and 78). The Norwegian striker has achieved an impressive 15 goals in 12 games this season. Raphael Guerreiro helped the ‘party’ and scored Dortmund’s fourth goal, in the 70th minute, with Matheus Cunha doubling in the 79th minute, on the spot.
In this way, Dortmund added 18 points – the same as Bayer Leverkusen – and is one behind Bayern.