Borussia Dortmund takes a second victory after winning Johor Darul Ta’Zim club from Malaysia with a score of 4-1 in the BVB Asia Tour 2022 at Sultan Ibrahim Stadium, Iskandar Puteri.
In this game, it was Dortmund’s side that opened the game to attack from the first minute and in the 11th minute, from Donyell Malen’s took the ball to the left. before shooting in the penalty area But the ball was saved by Farizal Marias, JDT’s goalkeeper. But the ball went to Justin Njinmah, who ran over and shot repeatedly. Dortmund takes a 1-0 lead.
And in the 31st minute, Dortmund attacked again and Nico Schulz collected the ball from the left. Before flowing to Jayden Braff and Donyell Malen shot in, Dortmund escaped 2-0
not long after At the end of the first half, in the 41st minute, from the moment Jayden Braff, Dortmund’s defensive line missed the ball and was Arif Aiman who snatched the ball. Before taking the ball into the shot with the right into the far post beautifully JDT followed up to be 1-2.
At the end of the first half, Dortmund took the lead 2-1.
It arrived in the second half in the 60th minute from Dortmund’s quick counter-attack and it was Moritz Brochinski’s pass for Ole Pohlmann, who stood open to shoot. Enter Dortmund to escape 3-1
Johor was the side that got some hope in the 62nd minute from the moment of the game from the middle of the field and Arif Aiman shot from outside the penalty area on the right side. But the ball fell off the first post.
Johor had a continuous win in the 63rd minute from the moment Akhyar Rashid controlled the ball from the middle of the field. before deciding to shoot but the ball is stuck in the safe Alexander Meyer Dortmund Goalkeeper denied it.
and in the 68th minute Dortmund’s fast counter-attack again and Moritz Brochinski paid for Samuel Bamba to shoot into Dortmund The lead increased to 4-1.
During the rest of the time, there are no additional goals. The end of the game was on the side of Borussia Dortmund, winning 4-1 and successfully collecting 3 points.
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