Up until the 89th minute, Borussia Dortmund thought they were the winners against Werder Bremen, but then the promoted team turned the game around in added time and won 3-2. Marco Reus complained about the Westphalians’ lack of game control, but could not explain the reasons for this.
As on the first two matchdays, Werder Bremen made a brave appearance at Borussia Dortmund, while BVB could hardly get the game flowing. Black and yellow scored the first goal, Julian Brandt scored just before half-time to make it 1-0 (45+2). After the change of sides, Raphael Guerreiro made it 2-0 (77 ‘), but Werder went away as the winner due to a furious final sprint: In the 89th minute Lee Buchanan reduced it to 1: 2, in the third minute of added time Niklas Schmidt scored the Compensation and just two minutes later Oliver Burke refined the comeback with the goal to make it 3:2 (90+5).
Reus: “We had no control the whole game”
On the Sky microphone , BVB captain Marco Reus struggled less with the late goals conceded than with the performance over the entire 90 minutes: “We had no control throughout the game,” Reus complained, “we didn’t play well throughout the game. ” However, the 32-year-old could only guess the reasons for the shaky appearance: “If I knew that, we would probably have turned it off,” Reus quarreled and added: “It was a bit too wild. Then they do it in the 89th minute goal and come again.”