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VfL Wolfsburg took advantage of a debatable first-half penalty, which also led to a red card for their opponents, to win ...
3-2 at champions Borussia Dortmund in a fiery Bundesliga match on Saturday (December 8). Dortmund were left fuming after a 36th-minute incident when defender Marcel Schmelzer was judged to have stopped Bas Dost's goalbound shot with his hands.
SHOWS: DORTMUND, GERMANY (DECEMBER 8, 2012) (SPORTSMAN MEDIA GROUP - SEE ABOVE RESTRICTIONS) BORUSSIA DORTMUND (YELLOW / BLACK) V WOLFSBURG FIRST HALF 1. GOAL, DORTMUND'S MARCO REUS (11) OPENS THE SCORING WITH A CURLING FREE KICK THAT BEATS EVERYONE AND SLAMS INTO THE BACK OF THE NET, 1-0 (6TH MINUTE) 2. DORTMUND PLAYERS CELEBRATE 3. COACH JURGEN KLOPP (CAP) WATCHING ON 4. SLOW MOTION REPLAY SHOWING THE BALL STRIKING DORTMUND'S MARCEL SCHMELZER (29) INSIDE THE AREA 5. RED CARD, SCHMELZER IS SENT OFF FOR HANDBALL 6. GOAL, WOLFSBURG'S DIEGO (10) SCORES THE RESULTING PENALTY, 1-1 (36TH MINUTE) 7. GOAL, WOLFSBURG TAKE THE LEAD WHEN A DIEGO FREE KICK ON THE RIGHT IS CLEVERLY STEERED INTO THE NET BY NALDO (25), 1-2 (41ST MINUTE) SECOND HALF 8. SLOW MOTION REPLAY SHOWING WOLFSBURG'S SIMON KJAER (40) COMING INTO CONTACT WITH DORTMUND'S ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI (9) 9. GOAL, DORTMUND'S JAKUB BLASZCZYKOWSKI (16) SCORES THE RESULTING PENALTY, 2-2 (61ST MINUTE) 10. GOAL, WOLFSBURG RECLAIM THE LEAD AFTER BAS DOST (12) LATCHES ONTO A THROW BALL FROM DIEGO AND BEATS THE GOAL KEEPER, 2-3 (72ND MINUTE) 11. REUS FREE KICK IS JUST KEPT OUT BY WOLFSBURG GOAL KEEPER DIEGO BENAGLIO (1) STORY: VfL Wolfsburg took advantage of a debatable first-half penalty, which also led to a red card for their opponents, to win 3-2 at champions Borussia Dortmund in a fiery Bundesliga match on Saturday (December 8). Dortmund were left fuming after a 36th-minute incident when defender Marcel Schmelzer was judged to have stopped Bas Dost's goalbound shot with his hands. Schmelzer was dismissed and Diego converted the penalty to make it 1-1 but replays showed the ball hit the Dortmund leftback's knee rather than his hand. Dost decided the match with a 73rd-minute breakaway goal. Earlier a Marco Reus free-kick had got the champions going and they dominated the opening half until the incident involving Schmelzer swung the momentum in the visitors favour. Diego provided for his Brazilian compatriot Naldo after scoring his own goal and while Dortmund drew level with a Jakub Blaszczykowski penalty 16 minutes into the second half, Dost settled the meeting when he beat the hosts' goal keeper Roman Weidenfeller. The result leaves Dortmund third on the ladder, still well behind leaders Bayern Munich, with Wolfsburg rising to 13th.