Ajax Amsterdam, who led the way first, fell to a lowly Borussia Dortmund side on Wednesday (3-1) to qualify for the knockout round of the Champions League, with Ivorian Sebastien Holler scoring his seventh goal with a new goal from Franco Striker. Competition.
Eric Den Hawk’s men had the opportunity to qualify for the knockout stages of C1. Attractive, they did not miss the opportunity in front of the famous “yellow wall” in Dortmund.
With four wins, 14 goals scored and two conceded, the copy is almost perfect.
Ajax are 12 points ahead of Portugal (6) and Sporting Portugal (6) in Group C, while Besiktas have yet to score a point.
The men of Marco Ross, who touched their pride after the humiliation of the first leg (Ajax win 4-0 in Amsterdam), wanted revenge despite injuring their striker Earling Broad Holland.
It didn’t seem obvious after half an hour after Mates Hummels was sent off after a very dedicated (30th) tackle.
But Dortmund, pushed by his own crowd, found evidence of Marco Reus taking the lead just before the break from the penalty spot (37th).
However, the Ajax partnership made a difference in the second period.
Dodik (72nd), Holler (84th) and Klaasen (90 + 3) with a brilliant header confirmed Ajax’s dominance, he can now imagine a new epic on the knockout stage, two years after reaching the semi – finals of 2019. Version.
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