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Ajax Vs. Dortmund: An Eye-Opener For Team Dortmund And Their Fans

Ajax Vs. Dortmund
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Ajax vs. Dortmund match was surely a huge bummer for Borussia Dortmund fans as Ajax secured a strong and quick win of 4-0 over Dortmund. This match is a huge benefit for the Ajax team, as it helps them take a huge leap towards the Champions League knockout stage for the first time since the Dutch club reached the semifinals three seasons ago.

They have won three times, including this match, thus giving them a three-point lead in the Group C category. Ajax’s smart moves and strategy were able to defeat the often-unreliable defense of Borussia Dortmund. With the Ajax vs. Dortmund match result out, this match was Ajax’s biggest win against the German opposition since 1973, and the biggest defeat for Dortmund.

Ajax midfielder Steven Berghuis was all smiles when he told RTL television, “It was a beautiful night. We played well. I think the fans can go home satisfied tonight.”

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The Stages Of Ajax’s Win Against Dortmund

Ajax just needed 11 minutes to take everything into their hands. Dani Blinds took the score to 2-0 by shooting in off the foot after the ball fell to him on the edge of the penalty area, where Dortmund players messily attempted to save the ball. It was a huge downfall for Dortmund after Marco Reus’ goal.

While Dortmund was adjusting to Ajax’s moves, the host team scored their third goal in the 57th minute when Brazilian winger Antony made his strike. Sebastian Haller made the fourth goal by using his height and strength to hold off Dortmund’s defenders.

“Everything was right this evening,” Ajax coach Eric ten Hag said. “They played really well in possession, but also in defense, pressing together with high intensity.”

The Norwegian striker Erling Haaland was the biggest relief and support system for Dortmund as it was his skills that balanced the inefficiencies at the back, especially during high-scoring games. But unfortunately, the striker was cut off from most of the critical parts of the Ajax vs. Dortmund match.

The Words Of The Coaches In Ajax Vs. Dortmund Match

Dortmund coach Marco Rose is expecting Haaland to stay longer in the team rather than seeking a transfer to one of Europe’s biggest clubs. To be precise, Dortmund coach Marco Rose stated that pursuing a transfer is “not unrealistic”. The game against Ajax showed the difficulties faced if Haaland was absent.

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