Champions League: Absentees reveal Borussia Dortmund’s soft underbelly
15 February 2019 | 5:24 am
A 3-0 loss to Premier League side Spurs leaves Dortmund hanging by a thread in the Champions League. The Bundesliga leaders are missing their front men and have become shaky at the back, writes Matt Pearson from Wembley.
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