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Mario Gotze 3/10, Marco Reus 4/10 as Borussia Dortmund attack sputters

Borussia Dortmund escaped with three points in Bruges on Tuesday night in the Champions League, as Christian Pulisic's stroke of luck handed his team a 1-0 win over Club Brugge.

The German outfit had two-thirds of possession throughout the game but in the first half, it were the hosts who had the dangerous moments. After 20 minutes, Marco Reus was forced to make a spectacular goal-line clearance after chaos had ensued off a set piece. Just five minutes later, Roman Burki needed to stretch his whole...

Borussia Dortmund ready to learn from Champions League mistakes

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer make their picks for the first day of Champions League fixtures.

Football fans know the building impatience all too well, as UEFA officials carefully explain the proceedings of the draw that will determine the group stages of the Champions League. Just skipping the entire ordeal and looking at the results once the draw has been concluded is certainly the smarter approach but there is an undeniable tension, maybe even excitement, in what is a fateful process for Europe's most illustrious clubs.

For Borussia Dortmund in 2017, the excitement of the Champions League...

Paco Alcacer makes the difference in Dortmund debut, setting up winner vs. Eintracht

DORTMUND, Germany -- Borussia Dortmund jumped to the top of the table by beating Eintracht Frankfurt 3-1 on Friday, opening the third round of the Bundesliga. It marked the first of seven matches in 22 days for the Black and Yellows.

Centre-back Abdou Diallo almost looked too ashamed to celebrate after stumbling the ball over the line after a corner kick to hand his team the 1-0 lead in the 36th minute. Diallo also did not feel like celebrating in the 68th minute when his botched clearance bounced...

Transfer Window: Ronaldo makes Juventus serious contenders, Barcelona quietly happy

Real Madrid's Julen Lopetegui refuses to commit to a No. 1 goalkeeper after Thibaut Courtois has yet to start.

The transfer window is now closed across Europe and while some of the continent's major clubs enjoyed a strong summer in the market, others were left frustrated.

ESPN FC's Premier League correspondents have had their say, and now it's the rest of Europe's turn ...

La Liga

BARCELONA: 8

There's a quiet satisfaction about this summer's dealings at Barcelona. A transfer window that  started with the loss of captain Andres Iniesta ended with what would appear to be a more rounded squad. The four...

Marco Reus, Borussia Dortmund attack misfires in goalless draw with Hannover

Borussia Dortmund dropped two points away to Hannover in a dull scoreless draw on Friday night. The league leaders were hopeful to remain perfect in their second match ahead of the international break but were denied by the woodwork twice in a match that saw otherwise very little action in front of both goals.

It's a point BVB will have to live with, as their new-look side is still growing together. Lucien Favre's men put a strong focus on keeping their own defence tidy in contrast to Dortmund's...

Borussia Dortmund's Axel Witsel has quickly emerged as a leader in midfield

Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre discusses his feelings about the upcoming Champions League draw and feels his side can do something special in the tournament.

Borussia Dortmund's season looks off to a good start. They squeaked past second-division side Greuther Furth in the first round of the DFB Pokal, and then shot straight to the top of the Bundesliga by beating RB Leipzig 4-1 in the opener.

But in football, the margins are often fine. Dortmund were only seconds away from embarrassment in Furth; it took stoppage-time goals in regular time and extra time to secure victory. And the 4-1 scoreline against Leipzig belied what was an even affair.

RB coach...