Highlights Dortmund 0-0 Manchester City, UEFA Champions League: Both teams qualify for knockouts after goalless draw

Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City: Highlights of the BOR vs MCI UEFA Champions League from the Signal Iduna Park stadium in Dortmund, Germany.

Updated : Oct 26, 2022 02:26 IST

Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City has a penalty saved by Gregor Kobel of Borussia Dortmund during the UEFA Champions League group G match between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City at Signal Iduna Park on October 25, 2022, in Dortmund, Germany.
Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City has a penalty saved by Gregor Kobel of Borussia Dortmund during the UEFA Champions League group G match between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City at Signal Iduna Park on October 25, 2022, in Dortmund, Germany. | Photo Credit: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City has a penalty saved by Gregor Kobel of Borussia Dortmund during the UEFA Champions League group G match between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City at Signal Iduna Park on October 25, 2022, in Dortmund, Germany. | Photo Credit: Matthias Hangst/Getty Images

Welcome to Sportstar’s highlights of the Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City Champions League from the Signal Iduna Park stadium in Dortmund, Germany.


It is all square at the end of the match!! Man City tops the group while Dortmund also qualifies for the knockouts after the draw.


Brandt’s cross inside the Man City box from a freekick is cleared initially before the referee blows his whistle for offside.


Three added minutes at the end of the second-half!!


Palmer tries to send a first-time ball in the centre after getting the ball from Stones but cannot make good contact with the ball.


Man City sub: IN- Palmer OUT- Mahrez


Dortmund captain Mats Hummel sees yellow. First yellow for Dortmund this evening.


Dortmund sub: IN- Papadopolous OUT- Reyna


Mahrez sets up Gundogan for the shot. Gundogan obliges but the shot is not on target. The ball sails above the bar for a Dortmund goalkick.


Man City sub: IN- Grealish OUT- Foden

Dortmund subs: IN- Modeste, Wolf OUT- Moukoko, Hazard


A prolonged sense of City pressure around Dortmund’s penalty area but the English champion not being able to create anything. Dortmund’s defence has been compact till now.


Dortmund sub: IN- Malen OUT- Adeyemi


Akanji sees yellow for blocking Adeyemi’s shot with his hand.


Adeyemi’s shot is blocked by Akanji with his hand and it is a freekick for Dortmund.


Save: Alvarez dispatches a stinging shot from the edge of the box but Kobel makes a brilliant save. Foden tries to score from the rebound but the Dortmund keeper narrows the angle and does not allow Foden to get a clear shot at goal.


Man City enjoying 67% of the ball compared to Dortmund’s 31% but not being able to do anything with it.


Dortmund with a counter-attack but nothing comes from it Bellingham goes down. The youngster wants a penalty but it is a throw for City.


Ilkay Gundogan becomes the latest player to see yellow for bringing down Moukoko.


KOBEL SAVES!! MAHREZ DENIED!! The Borussia Dortmund keeper guesses correctly and makes a wonderful dive to save Mahrez’s penalty!!


PENALTY TO MAN CITY!! Can brings down Mahrez inside the box!! It was a lovely move by City starting with Foden’s cutback inside the box. The cutback found Mahrez who tries to cut in and take the shot. Can, in an attempt to stop him, stretches his leg and brings down the Algerian inside the box.


Moukoko finds Adeyemi at the far-post with a good lob. Adeyemi takes too much time to get his shot away. Man City cannot clear the danger and Bellingham has another chance to score but Ortega is alert. The referee finally blows his whistle for a foul.


Erling Haaland being taken off at the start of the second-half without any clear indication of injury. Now, that isn’t something you get to see very often. Not a happy return to Dortmund for the Norwegian.


Man City half-time subs: IN- Akanji and Bernardo OUT- Cancelo and Haaland


Both teams yet to find the net as the second-half kicks-of!!


The match is goalless at the end of the first half.


Foden’s finds Ake with a cross from a Man City freekick. Ake gets his header away but is is not on target.


Just one minute added at the end of the first half.


Gundogan tries to find Cancelo on the left but the latter takes too much time to respond and before he knows it, Adeyemi has already cleared the ball with a sliding challenge.


Moukoko breaks clear of the City defence and has a chance to shoot at goal. But he takes too much time and Ortega comes out and snatches the ball from his feet.


City has been good with their approach play but the players are not clicking in the final third. Dortmund, on the other hand, has been good with their counters.


Alvarez sees yellow for his mistimed challenge on Hazard.


Gundogan delivers a cross inside the box from the freekick but it cleared fairly easily by the Dortmund defence.


Can brings down Haaland and the referee blows the whistle for a free-kick. The Dortmund players are convinced that Can got enough of the ball.


Bellingham sends Adeyemi clear with a lovely flick. Adeyemi looks up and finds Reyna on the far-side and finds an accurate pass. Reyna tries to curl the ball to Ortega’s far-post but does not get it right.


Cancelo showing lovely feet to get away from Adeyemi but his touch is slightly overcooked, which results in the Portuguese losing the ball.


Hummels using all his experience to get the ball away from Haaland with a sliding challenge. If he had got it wrong, Haaland would have been clear on goal.


Save: Adeyemi, one-on-one with Ortega goes for a shot but it is a weak one and Ortega makes the save.


Rodri goes for goal from miles out but it is a weak effort as the ball rolls out of play. Rodri’s search for his first Champions League goal continues.


A patient buildup by Man City ends as Cancelo cut-back to Foden on the left flank. Foden tries to find Haaland with a first-time pass bu the ball is intercepted and cleared.


Brandt goes for goal from a long way out from the Dortmund freekick. It isn’t too far from the target as the ball rattles the side-netting. Ortega had that covered.


Dortmund escapes the City pressure and tries to counter through Adeyemi. However, he is brought down by Ake and it is a freekick to Dortmund.


Dortmund with an early chance to counter. Brandt tries to create something with the ball inside the box but City’s defence recovers well to snatch the ball from him.


Moukoko with an early shot at goal but the assistant referee raises his flag for offside.


The match between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City kicks-off at the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany. 

Form guide

Dortmund is on course for a third win on a row, coming into the match following a 5-0 win over VfB Stuttgart. In its last five matches, Dortmund had two wins and as many draws and a loss.

Manchester City, on the other hand, has won three of its last five matches, with the latest fixture, a 3-1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion. Its last loss came against Liverpool in a 0-1 loss at the Anfield.


Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund have met eight times since August 2010 and each team had three wins to its name, while the remaining two matches have been draws.

Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City starting lineups
Dortmund: Kobel (GK), Schlotterbeck, Reyna, Hazard, Hummels (c), Moukoko, Brandt, Bellingham, Can, Sule, Adeyemi.
Man City: Ortega Moreno (GK), Stones, Dias, Ake, Cancelo, Mahrez, Rodrigo, Gundogan (c), Foden, Alvarez, Haaland.

Match Preview

With Erling Haaland set to return to Borussia Dortmund for the first time on Tuesday with new side Manchester City, the hole the striker left behind is plain to see.

While Dortmund moved to plug its leaky defence in the off-season by bringing in likely Germany World Cup centre-back pairing Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Suele, the team has struggled up front since the giant Norwegian's departure.

Haaland scored 86 goals in 89 games in all competitions with Dortmund and has hit the ground running in England.

In the Premier League alone this season, Haaland has scored 17 goals in just 11 appearances with City.

That figure is just one less than Dortmund's entire season tally of 18 in the Bundesliga - five of which were scored in Saturday's domination of managerless Stuttgart.

The Stuttgart game however may show a way forward for Dortmund, by encouraging it to rely more heavily on its troupe of talented teenagers.

Dortmund’s three best players in their dominant 5-0 home win over Stuttgart - Englishman Jude Bellingham, American Gio Reyna and German Youssoufa Moukoko - have a combined age of 55 and scored four of the side’s five goals.

Bellingham has been Dortmund’s most important player this season, having played every minute of every game other than a stint on the bench in Wednesday’s Cup game against Hannover.

Bellingham’s game has gone to another level since being named Dortmund captain in early October, having scored five goals in the club’s past six games - including in every Champions League game this season.

After helping Dortmund to its biggest Bundesliga win of the season on Saturday, sporting director Sebastian Kehl lauded the teenager’s influence.

“For us, he was again the one who steers the game in the right direction,” Kehl said of Bellingham after the game.

Dortmund coach Edin Terzic lobbed similar praise in the midfielder’s direction, saying “Jude did really well today. It is extraordinary to be able to play football so consistently at that age.”

‘Game intelligence’

With Haaland’s replacement Sebastien Haller still undergoing treatment for testicular cancer and usual captain Marco Reus fighting ankle issues, the return of Reyna, 19, has been timely for Dortmund.

Reyna offers Dortmund a creative outlet it has not had since the departure of Jadon Sancho, a fact recognised by Kehl.

“He has an incredibly high level of game intelligence. (Gio) knows how to move skilfully in the spaces and has exciting ball control and (is) a goal threat,” Kehl said after Reyna’s performance on Saturday, which saw him score his first Bundesliga goal in 14 months.

“We would like Gio to stay healthy for a long time because it gives us a lot of options up front.”

The third and youngest member of the trio is the 17-year-old Moukoko, who holds the youngest Bundesliga goalscorer record by more than a year.

Moukoko’s form has seen him start ahead of 34-year-old summer arrival Anthony Modeste and his energy has been a constant in an often lacklustre Dortmund side this season.

While Dortmund already knew Haaland’s threat better than most teams, his acrobatic late winner in the club’s previous clash in Manchester was a brutal reminder of his efficiency.

With City already qualified, a win for Dortmund on Tuesday or in its final match away against FC Copenhagen would see it through to the knockout rounds.

Although the Norwegian tends to be a man of few words, he said after his two-goal performance against Brighton on Saturday he was “looking forward to Tuesday. Special game ahead.”

(with inputs from AFP)

Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City: Kick-off, Telecast and Live streaming info
When and where will Dortmund vs Man City be played?
The UEFA Champions League game between Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City will be played at the St. Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany. The match is set for a 12:30 am kick-off on October 26.
When and where to watch Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City?
All matches of the UEFA Champions League can be watched live on the Sony Ten Network, on Sony TEN 1, TEN 2 and TEN 3 (both SD and HD respectively).
Where can I live stream Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City?
The UCL match between Borussia Dortmund will be live streamed on Sony  LIV and  Jio TV.
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