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Eintracht Braunschweig - Alles Oder Nichts

My FM14 story.
Started on 2 November 2013 by Louis O.
Latest Reply on 7 January 2014 by k1rups
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Just caught up with this story. you must put alot of time into the updates. they're great!
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10 yearsEdited


Hello and welcome to the Eintracht Stadion today for the season opener between Eintracht Braunschweig and Borussia Dortmund. Let's look at the line ups.


Braunschweig are playing a 4-2-1-2-1 formation, with two defensive midfielders but only one central midfielder in Damir Vrancic. Dortmund have their usual star studded line up, with Bender, Lewandowski and Reus all starting. The match is due to start.

1 - Kick Off
After a minutes silence to commemorate ten years since the death of German football legend Helmut Rahn, who hailed from the Ruhr, Eintracht Braunschweig begin the match.


13 - GOAL! Eintracht Braunschweig 0-1 Borussia Dortmund
Lewandowski down the left... cuts back to Bender. He lets fly! Cleared by Perthel, still danger. Bender plays the ball to Reus... shot! Saved by Davari but LEWANDOWSKI! 1-0! HE TURNED IT IN AT THE NEAR POST! DORTMUND LEAD!

17 - Chance
Sahin with the ball in his own half. Finds Schmelzer. He plays it to Reus. Reus runs through, beats Caligiuri... a chance to pass? Gundogan available... Reus goes alone but that is a poor effort. Well wide.

21 - GOAL! Eintracht Braunschweig 0-2 Borussia Dortmund
Reus lays the ball off to Sahin in the middle of the park. Sahin, makes his run, beats Vrancic, a chance here... Gundogan arriving... he finds Blaszczykowski, who shoots! GOAL! Daniel Davari is beaten by Jakub Blaszczykowski! He couldn't hold it!

23 – GOAL! Eintracht Braunschweig 0-3 Borussia Dortmund
Sahin to take the corner… the rain is still pouring down and Sahin slips, he doesn’t get a good connection but Davari slips too! And Braunschweig have no one on the post but Robert Lewandowski is right there to make it 3-0 already! Wow! Braunschweig may just be going straight back down! Where was Caligiuri?

29 – GOAL! Eintracht Braunschweig 0-4 Borussia Dortmund
It’s Sven Bender. Sahin is there to receive the ball. He plays it out wide, to Sokratis… he beats his man… he finds Jakub Blaszczykowski! Goal number four! Nothing short of incredible. Braunschweig are well beaten.

45 – Half Time
We go in at the break and it is 4-0. Who saw this one coming?

55 – Chance
Braunschweig’s attack is broken up and Dortmund can break! Reus… Bender… Sahin… Blaszczykowski! Close but no, denied by Daniel Davari from just outside the 6 yard area.

60 – Chance
Dortmund passing the ball around again. Kehl. Sahin. Pace picks up. Kehl. Reus… Jakub Blaszczykowski!

62 – Chance
Dortmund attack again down the right, Blaszczykowski on the ball. Crosses, cleared by Deniz Dogan… not very well and it’s Bender! Davari gets down low, and holds on. Good stop.

75 – GOAL! Eintracht Braunschweig 0-5 Borussia Dortmund
Kehl finds the long ball out wide, Sahin, on to Jakub Blaszczykowski. Cut back to Sokratis, ball in the box… REUS! DANIEL DAVARI HAS SPILLED IT IN! Dortmund’s lead is now increased to 5! Unbelievable, really! Reus took a shot and Davari shouldn’t have let it in. 5-0!

76 – Chance
Braunschweig finally can take a chance to score here, corner kick… bad ball in from Hochsheidt, headed away… and Blaszczykowski has the ball, a break is on! He beats his man, he’s got some way to go, Kratz misses the tackle and Blaszczykowski is in on goal! Dogan is behind him… the shot comes in and Davari is beaten… WIDE! Blaszczykowski misses from just outside the box, the Pole will be disappointed with that.

86 – Chance
Damir Vrancic in the middle of the park now, Braunschweig have possession… it’s Kratz on the ball now. Bellarabi out wide, Kratz finds him, he cuts inside… beats Sokratis and it’s Orhan Ademi now… oh! Sokratis and Subotic are left trailing in his wake, a chance, for Orhan Ademi… oh! Fantastic save! Roman Weidenfeller gets his fingertips to it, just about.

88 – GOAL! Eintracht Braunschweig 1-5 Borussia Dortmund
The play is slowing dow€€n, Braunschweig have the ball in the middle of the park. It’s Matthias Henn. One last attack, Henn to Karim Bellarabi… Bellarabi to Orhan Ademi, cross into the box and HOCHSHEIDT! JAN HOCHSHEIDT, THE SUBSTITUTE, JAN HOCHSHEIDT, THE DEBUTANT! A well worked move, Hochsheidt was unmarked and his header was just beyond the reach of Weidenfeller. There is Braunschweig’s first goal of the season!


90 – Full Time – Eintracht Braunschweig 1-5 Borussia Dortmund
Well that is it from the Eintracht Stadion! No more time to add and Dortmund can walk off with 3 points and 4 goals towards their goal difference, in their pockets. 5-1 the final score, Braunschweig did come back at the end, at least.

Saturday 10 August




Sunday 11 August



Braunschweig also delayed the release of their new kits until the game. Here they are:
Nice kits... ;)
Nice kits man
5-1 Loss? Do you even FM? :P

Also, neat kits.

August & September - It begins

So now Eintracht Braunschweig have played 2 months of Bundesliga football under Benno Mohlmann. The club have played 7 games and were expected to lose pretty much every one of them. Let's see if they have.




Eintracht Braunschweig first game was an eagerly awaited face off against UEFA Champions League runners up Borussia Dortmund. Unfortunately the mood turned sour after 15 minutes as Robert Lewandowski tucked in a rebound to put Der BVB in the lead and Jakub Blaszczykowski added a second that Daniel Davari should have stopped. 3 minutes the defence was asleep and allowed Lewandowski a second goal, though there was little that the defence could have done after Blaszczykowski got his second on half an hour. The second half saw only one goal for Dortmund. It came from Marco Reus as his shot that should have been stopped trickled past Davari, but on 86 minutes the home side almost scored through Orhan Ademi who supplied a great cross for Jan Hochsheidt to head past Roman Weidenfeller minutes later. A resounding win for Dortmund.


No one expected Eintracht Braunschweig to do any better against Hertha Berlin, live on television, in teirhnext game, but they managed it. Braunschweig had gone up alongside Hertha last year so Benno Mohlmann admitted they were confident even at the Olympiastadion, and the side came out with a win. The first half was cagey, but the second less so, as after an hour Dennis Kruppke gave Die Lowen the lead, pouncing on Orhan Ademi's shot, which was saved by Thomas Kraft. Two minutes later Sami Allagui was booked for diving in an attempt to win a penalty, but the game ended on a more sinister note as Braunschweig midfielder Damir Vrancic was injured and having lost his place in the side, was later loaned to Hoffenheim.


After the win in Berlin, Die Lowen perhaps expected a little better than a 1-0 loss to Bayer
Leverkusen but in the end the Pill Makers were too good and sent Braunschweig back down to 14th in the league table. Leverkusen scored after just 7 minutes as Kostas Stafylidis had his free kick blocked but turned in by Ivo Illcevic before Daniel Davari could respond. Illcevic missed numerous chances later on, as did Stefan Kiessling who was played through after Kevin Kratz misplaced a pass. The game lacked big moments and Braunschweig lacked chances, though Stafylidis did hit the bar with a free kick much better than the one after 7 minutes. In the end 1-0 was a fair result.


The Leverkusen game may have ended 1-0 but Braunschweig put up a fight and they would do so in the next game too. The match against 1.FC Nürnberg exploded into action, as Nürnberg's Ginczek missed from 6 yards early on and only 10 minutes later, Dennis Kruppke headed onto the bar but got the rebound to send Braunschweig into the lead. Robert Mak leveled for Nürnberg after 22 minutes as he beat two defenders and fired in. Nürnberg tried to take the lead but Davari blocked Kiyotake's fierce effort in the second half's only chance, and the game petered out into a rather boring 1-1 draw.


It was from one boring game to another for Eintracht Braunschweig but they seemed happy with their goalless draw with Borussia Monchengladbach, and after all, it wasn't as if it was a bad result. The only chance of the first period came from Braunschweig as Deniz Dogan had his shot saved by Heimeroth. There was nothing in the second half but a brief attack for Gladbach, Juan Arango having his shot turned around the post and Max Kruse firing wide. 1 point was all Gladbach could take from the game, even at the Borussia Park.


After 2 boring draws one might expect more of the same from Eintracht Braunschweig playing a Augsburg side building a similar ‘boring’ reputation, but that was not the case. After 37 minutes, Braunschweig’s Canadian forward Simeon Jackson wrongfooted Alex Manninger in the Augsburg goal to score with his headed effort, but for it to be ruled out as he was offside when Deniz Dogan’s cross was delivered. It took until the 70th minute for the next major event as Dogan headed across goal from Jan Hochsheidt’s corner and Ermin Bicakcic volleyed in. Straight from kick off Mirko Boland let Robert Tesche free in the area and he placed the ball home to equalise for FCA. Amazingly, it was Eintracht Braunschweig who scored straight from kick off this time, with Jan Hochsheidt setting up Torsten Oerhl, who, as a former FCA player, didn’t celebrate as a mark of respect. Again the next goal came straight from kick off as FC Augsburg lost the ball, Braunschweig won a corner and Jan Ingwer Callsen-Bracker accidentally set up Mirko Boland perfectly with a mis-hit header. The controversy was not yet over. Pascal Gross took a shot that André Hahn brought down to fire in, only for the referee Lehmann to spot his assistant’s flag up for offside. Oerhl then hit the bar and Braunschweig had two penalty shouts turned down, but they finished with 3 more points.


Working wonders at VfB Stuttgart was Braunschweig’s ex coach Torsten Lieberknecht and it was little surprise to see his new side take the victory over Eintracht Braunschweig at the Mercedes Benz Arena. The first goal was an own goal from Daniel Davari after Stephan Furstner let fly from 40 yards and the ball cannoned off the crossbar and hit Davari’s back before rolling past the beleaguered Iranian. Moritz Leitner added the second with a volley that Davari could not get near to without hitting his elbow on the grass and picking up an injury that would keep him out for 3 weeks. Lieberknecht’s side moved up to 4th in the table.



Decent pre-season, but it was against teams far bigger than yours so you're off the hook :P
Good luck, good pre-


Braunschweig bag Greek keeper on loan



Eintracht Braunschweig manager Benno Möhlmann has revealed his first signing for Die Löwen, 22 year old Greek goalkeeper Konstantinos ‘Kostas’ Lamprou on a season long loan deal from Feyenoord Rotterdam. Braunschweig needed back up after first choice keeper Daniel Davari was injured against VfB Stuttgart.n

The deal is reportedly a season long loan, with Feyenoord receiving no special fees in the deal. Braunschweig will, however, pay all of Lamprou’s €1.2k weekly salary. The deal will last almost a year, until the 30th of June 2014 at the end of the season.

Eintracht Braunschweig have got of to a good start to the season. After manager Torsten Lieberknecht left for VfB Stuttgart, Benno Möhlmann took over and seemed to have been the wrong choice after a very bad pre season friendly campaign, a lucky win over Schwarz Weiss Rehden in the DFB-Pokal and a 5-1 home defeat to Borussia Dortmund on the first day of Braunschweig’s Bundesliga season. However, Die Löwen bounced back with wins over Hertha Berlin SC and FC Augsburg along with numerous draws to put them in 10th after 7 games despite losing to former coach Lieberknecht’s Stuttgart side. Lamprou’s Feyenoord are exceeding expectations just as much as Braunschweig. The side from Rotterdam sit atop the Eredivisie with giants PSV Eindhoven as low as 17th.

Lamprou was born in the capital city of Greece, Athens, in September 1991. He started his football career with Atromitos Elpida in Greece but played for Panathinaikos in youth tournaments as a guest player, attracting interest from Ajax Amsterdam who signed Lamprou. He stayed one year, before being released and joining amateurs Amstelveen Hemraad. At the age of 16 he joined Feyenoord. Lamprou couldn’t make it into the first team and was loaned to SBV Excelsior in 2010 but still failed to find first team football. He made his Feyenoord debut against AGOVV Apeldoorn in the cup but still failed to hold down a regular starting place. His league debut came when Erwin Mulder was inured in September 2012, when Lamprou started against PEC Zwolle. After 12 league games, Lamprou joined up with the Greek senior national team though he is yet to make an appearances, and Erwin Mulder reclaimed his spot in the Feyenoord side after recovering from his injury. Lamprou has played 3 times for Greece U17, 9 times for Greece U19 and 14 times for Greece U21.

Braunschweig’s first choice keeper, the Iranian Daniel Davari, injured himself against VfB Stuttgart, damaging his elbow whilst diving to make a save. He tweeted after the game ‘ouch landed on my elbow, looks pretty bad’ but the club are yet to say how long he will be missing for. It is thought that Lamprou will take his place and make his debut against FC Bayern München in the club’s next game.

Lamprou himself has been pleased to see the transfer to Eintracht Braunschweig go through, saying at his official unveiling how happy he is.

”Of course I am thrilled to be joining Eintracht, even if it is only a loan deal, because I know that the Bundesliga is the best league in the world. It has the best teams, the best fans, and the most excitement, and I can’t wait. I hope I will play against Bayern Munich, but even if I don’t, there will be crowds a lot bigger than I’ve seen in Holland and I will be playing, I hope, first team football regularly.

I want to play as many games as I can but at this stage we don’t know how well it will go. Davari could turn out to be world class, so could Petkovic, I might flop, anything can happen. Maybe I get injured. Maybe Daniel Davari does. Maybe Petkovic. Who knows what could happen?”


Benno Möhlmann has been more simple with his approach to the media. He said to kicker:

”We needed to get a quality back up keeper and I know that Lamprou is exactly that. He may challenge for first team football but we’ll have to wait and see.”

He looks pretty decent. After reading that little piece about him I think I know more about Konstantinos Lamprou than any of my favorite players :P
Great update Łukasz, me likes it. This will be an interesting story :)
Dayum, a lot of comments I forgot to respond to. Let's make this quick :P


Bayern: Thanks, DFB-Pokal update coming soon too :P

Radders: My manager is Benno Mohlmann, he's old, all you need to know ;)

NVD: The use of twitter is actually something taken from Alex's stories, and a few other people do it too.

Pauker: Bayern always rapes ;)

Sonalex: A bigger one coming up for the second round :P

Kazza: You already can, just spend time on your updates and you'll probably be better than me :)

Fev: I do spend a lot of time, but it's fun to write :)

NVD: Nice kits indeed :))
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Bayern: Why does no one care about the result? Especially considering I added the kits later?

TV: Yes. I do FM. And thanks for noticing the score too, btw

NVD: I think you mean start of the season, my pre season was crap :))

Courage: Care to finish your sentence?

Neal: Yep I do tend to write a lot of boring crap xD

Jerry: I may now call you Jerry.

DFB-Pokal - 2nd Round


Hello and welcome to the Second round of the DFB-Pokal! We have four games for you, followed by four more later on. Let's see who is involved in the ones we'll be covering.

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Eintracht Braunschweig vs SC Paderborn

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VfL Bochum vs Borussia Dortmund

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FC Heidenheim vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen

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VfL Osnabruck vs FC Schalke 04

Well, let's get on with the games.



- GOAL! - 1 - Smail Morabit - FC Heidenheim 1-0 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
1-0 to Heidenheim! Who saw that one coming? Leverkusen have kick off, Leno boots it upfield, Kiessling loses out on the header and Heidenheim attack, Wittek found Sokler, Sokler found Morabit and he drove it in! 43 seconds in, Leno didn't have a chance.


- GOAL! - 9 - Mirkan Aydin - VfL Bochum 1-0 Borussia Dortmund
Wow! And again, who saw it coming? VfL Bochum lead! Aydin passes to Richard Sukuta Pasu, he dribbles through, Hummels tries to tackle but deflects it into Aydin's path and he thumped it in with his left peg. 1-0 to Bochum.


- GOAL! - 10 - Phillip Wollscheid - FC Heidenheim 1-1 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
The first goal came from an unlikely source in that it was Heidenheim who scored. This one comes from an unlikely source as it is centre back Phillip Wollscheid who bags the leveller for Leverkusen! He received Castro's free kick and walloped it home from outside the area. 1-1.

- GOAL! - 15 - Orhan Ademi - Eintracht Braunschweig 1-0 SC Paderborn
It has taken just 15 minutes for the breakthrough at the Eintracht-Stadion and it's Orhan Ademi who gives the home side the lead! He gave the ball to Hochsheidt and got it back in the form of a great cross that he brought down and fired in. It is 1-0 to Eintracht.

- Missed! - 19 - Orhan Ademi - Eintracht Braunschweig 1-0 SC Paderborn
It's still 1-0 at the Eintracht Stadion as Orhan Ademi misses a penalty! It was Ademi himself who won it, being brought down by Strohdiek and his penalty wasn't bad, but somehow Lukas Kruse didn't just stop it but hold on too. Still 1-0.


- GOAL! - 29 - Stefan Kiessling - FC Heidenheim 1-2 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
It's taken half an hour and they went behind almost immediately but now it is Bayer Leverkusen in the lead! Stefan Kiessling gets the goal, firing home from a Gonzalo Castro cross. Perhaps Rouven Sattelmaier shouldn't have let that one past him.

- GOAL! - 32 - Mame Biram Diouf - VfL Osnabruck 0-1 FC Schalke 04
It is a goal for Schalke and they finally take the lead in what has so far been an even contest. Mame Biram Diouf turns the ball in, but it was Christian Clemens who ran down the right and delivered a perfect cross for Klaas Jan Huntelaar to head, and though he hit the bar it fell for Diouf and it was 1-0.


- GOAL! - 32 - Robert Lewandowski - VfL Bochum 1-1 Borussia Dortmund
Andreas Luthe, hang your head in shame. It's a goal for Dortmund, and it comes from Robert Lewandowski, but he'll be first to admit, that was shocking keeping. The Pole was played in on goal and Luthe, the keeper, rushes straight past, Lewandowski rolls it in! 1 each!

- GOAL! - 38 - Orhan Ademi - Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0 SC Paderborn
Now Ademi has his second! A great goal, too! It's Benjamin Kessel who passes to Kevin Kratz, Kratz nips down the right, perfect cross, perfect header from Ademi, off the bar and in. 2 goals to nil.


- GOAL! - 42 - Christian Clemens - VfL Osnabruck 0-2 FC Schalke 04
It's 2-0 to Schalke! The architect of the first goal, Christian Clemens, scores the second! A neat one two with Meyer set him through and he saw his shot blocked, but turned in the rebound. A little lucky?


Half Time

Eintracht Braunschweig 2-0 SC Paderborn
VfL Bochum 1-1 Borussia Dortmund
FC Heidenheim 1-2 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
VfL Osnabruck 0-2 FC Schalke 04


Second Half

- GOAL! (P) - 55 - Orhan Ademi - Eintracht Braunschweig 3-0 SC Paderborn
It's a hat trick for Orhan Ademi! And while he missed one earlier he's scored the penalty this time. It's Korte who is fouled, and by none other than Christian Strohdiek who gave away the first. Ademi converts from 12 yards, his hat trick.


- GOAL! - 56 - Richard Sukuta Pasu - VfL Bochum 2-1 Borussia Dortmund
Bochum back in front! Richard Sukuta Pasu is the scorer, and it really is a great goal. Azaouagh gets the ball from Tiffert, plays it to Sukuta Pasu and he fires over the top of the goalkeeper Langerak. Hummels couldn't stop him!



- GOAL! - 59 - Kevin Grosskreutz - VfL Bochum 2-2 Borussia Dortmund
Dortmund hit back immediately! Sahin takes a corner towards the near post and Grosskreutz isn't picked up. He scores. 2-2. Game on.


- GOAL! - 60- Rick ten Voorde - Eintracht Braunschweig 3-1 SC Paderborn
Are Paderborn beginning the comeback? It's a goal for the away side and it is a good one. Vucinovic crosses well to the near post, and it is Rick ten Voorde who gets to the ball first. He lobs it in on the volley, over the head of the keeper making his cup debut, Kostas Lamprou.

- GOAL! - 68- Orhan Ademi - Eintracht Braunschweig 4-1 SC Paderborn
Orhan Ademni is well and truly on fire. 4 goals for the Swiss striker! 4! This one may be a little fortunate as the ball deflected into the path of Gianluca Korte, who's shot was parried to Ademi, but they all count. 4 goals to 1.


- GOAL! - 69 - Stefan Kiessling - FC Heidenheim 1-3 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
Finally, Leverkusen have breathing space! And of course when they score it would have to be Stefan Kiessling, last season's Bundesliga top scorer. Stafylidis' corner goes to the near post where Kiessling is standing and Sattelmaier is nowhere near. A simple tap in for Kiessling.

- GOAL! - 76- Norman Theuerkauf- Eintracht Braunschweig 5-1 SC Paderborn
5-1! And a class free kick from Norman Theuerkauf. Markus Krosche commits a foul just outside the area and while he was rightly booked that was by no means the biggest consequence as Theuerkauf lashed home the resulting free kick.


- GOAL! - 78 - Johannes Wurtz - Eintracht Braunschweig 5-2 SC Paderborn
Braunschweig pegged back immediately, though it may not shape the result in any way. Wurtz takes the ball after a beautiful long pass from ten Voorde, Johannes Wurtz practically walks into the net.

- GOAL! - 86 - Christian Tiffert - VfL Bochum 3-2 Borussia Dortmund7
I DON'T BELIEVE IT! VfL Bochum 3, Borussia Dortmund, 2! 3-2! Bochum have won it! No more time for another Dortmund equaliser! Ilso, to Bastians, to Tiffert, who shoots from nowhere and it rolls past Langerak at pace, fantastic!


- GOAL! - 87 - Klaas-Jan Huntelaar - VfL Osnabruck 0-3 FC Schalke 04
And Schalke seal the win, with a late goal from Klaas-Jan Huntelaar! The hunter proves he doesn't miss with a great header from Julian Draxler's cross. Keeper Heuer Fernandes didn't stand a chance.


- GOAL! (P) - 90 - Jonas Hofmann - VfL Bochum 3-3 Borussia Dortmund
And Dortmund equalise in the last seconds of the game! Lewandowski jumps for a header and Maltritz's arm catches him, he goes down and Jonas Hofmann converts the last second penalty. Dortmund can count themselves lucky.



Full Time

Eintracht Braunschweig 5-2 SC Paderborn
FC Heidenheim 1-3 Bayer 04 Leverkusen
VfL Osnabruck 0-3 FC Schalke 04

VfL Bochum 3-3 Borussia Dortmund
Still ongoing - Extra time


Extra Time

- GOAL! (ET) - 98 - Jonas Hofmann - VfL Bochum 3-4 Borussia Dortmund
HOFMANN SCORES AGAIN! DORTMUND LEAD! Deeler with the cross, Hofmann, unmarked! He volleys pasted Luthe! Dortmund in the lead! 4-3 to Dortmund! 4-3! 4-3!


- GOAL! (ET) - 113 - Mirkan Aydin - VfL Bochum 4-4 Borussia Dortmund
MADNESS! BOCHUM EQUALISE! It is 4-4! 8 goals and I get the feeling we're not done yet! It's Ilso who catches Durm and Langerak napping and it is Mirkan Aydin who punishes them! Now there will either be another dramatic late goal or a dramatic penalty shootout!



FULL TIME (ET)
Penalties it is!

- Nuri Sahin - VfL Bochum 0 (0) Borussia Dortmund 1(1)
Nuri Sahin to take the first for Dortmund... Luthe nearly got there! Sahin breathes a sigh of relief.


- Mimoun Azaouagh- VfL Bochum 1 (1) Borussia Dortmund 1(1)
Azaouagh takes Bochum's first, and... scores! Fired past Langerak.


- Robert Lewandowski - VfL Bochum 1 (1) Borussia Dortmund 2(2)
The Polish striker Robert Lewandowski is up next. Will he score? OH YES HE WILL! Perfect strike!


- Marcel Maltritz- VfL Bochum 2 (2) Borussia Dortmund 2(2)
Maltritz, who gave away the last minute penalty... scores this one! 2 each in the shootout!


- Henrikh Mkhitaryan - VfL Bochum 2 (2) Borussia Dortmund 2 (3)
Mkhitaryan, the Armenian... ooooh! Saved by Luthe! Powerful penalty but too close the keeper!


- Ken Ilso - VfL Bochum 2 (3) Borussia Dortmund 2 (3)
Ilso... with the penalty! Saved! Langerak holds on, but how the referee allowed that I don't know! He was miles off his line!


- Erik Durm - VfL Bochum 2 (3) Borussia Dortmund 3(4)
Erik Durm, the youngster, to take it. Shoots...saved! No! It's off the post and in! Luthe could only turn it onto the post, but it rolled over the line and that is a goal.


- Christian Tiffer - VfL Bochum 3 (4) Borussia Dortmund 3(4)
Tiffert to take the next penalty for VfL Bochum. And he sends it to Langerak's left! Just got there.


- Erik Durm - VfL Bochum 3 (4) Borussia Dortmund 4(5)
Sven Bender has the last shot for Dortmund and he... scores! Can Bochum's final taker put the shootout to sudden death.


- Christian Mengert - VfL Bochum 3 (5) Borussia Dortmund 4 (5)
Mengert...NO! STRAIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE WHERE LANGERAK WAS STANDING! DORTMUND WIN THE SHOOTOUT!


25th September 2013




26th September 2013

Love the fact you covered four different games at once!
The story rocks but the yellow color still doesn't feel good :P Nice update !

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