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Huddersfield boss David Wagner a target for Borussia Dortmund

04 Diciembre 2017

Borussia Dortmund added Maximilian Philipp and Gonzalo Castro to their growing injury list on Saturday after the pair had to be taken off in their 1-1 draw at Bayer Leverkusen and look set for a lengthy injury break.

But Die Werkself then lost Wendell to a VAR-aided red card, giving Dortmund an opening to hit back and avoid suffering a fourth defeat in five games. It could be a fairytale return, but would the Terriers boss risk everything he has achieved at Huddersfield to return to a cracked Dortmund?

Arturo Vidal's opener in Bayern's 3-1 win against Hannover means the Chile international has scored in three consecutive Bundesliga matches for the first time in his career.

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And we were a little bit sloppy in the way that we conceded the first goal. I'll have to look back at it, but it was a great goal". The club was involved for a very good thing.

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El azar determinó que Argentina sea cabeza de serie del Grupo D , en el que deberá enfrentar a Islandia , Croacia , y Nigeria . El cuadro también dispuso que Brasil o Alemania recién puedan ser rivales de la Albiceleste en semifinales o en la final.

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Con la puesta de sol en las islas de la Ciudad Universitaria y la música de grupos, como Botellita de Jerez y el vocalista de Café Tacuba, se orquestó la llegada de Marichuy .

Hoffenheim powered their way above both Dortmund and Leverkusen and into the top five by thrashing second-placed RB Leipzig 4-0.

Kevin Volland opened the scoring on 30 minutes with a left foot drive following a swift counter attack form the home side for his ninth goal of the season. The hosts did a superb job of stifling their guests, and almost extended their lead when Volland went one-on-one with Bürki again, only for the goalkeeper to make a save. After 13 games they have scored 26 times, conceding 18 goals, which has helped the side to sixth in the league, just nine points short of Bayern Munich at the top.

Elsewhere, Max Kruse's goal on the stroke of half-time secured a 1-0 victory over Stuttgart for Werder Bremen, who are now point away from Freiburg and escaping the bottom two.

Huddersfield boss David Wagner a target for Borussia Dortmund