Bundesliga week 21 on Friday night 13-02-2015 reconcile between Borussia Dortmund vs. FSV Mainz 05, which was held at the Signal Iduna Park with witnessed by 80 300 spectators. For Dortmund is a very important game to raise the order of the current standings for Dortmund are far behind league position. Playing in front of their supporters make Dortmund live with high motivation and eventually managed to win with a final score of 4-2.
Both teams compete with players not perfect conditions, where several key players from both teams can not play because of injury and partly because it affected the accumulation of cards, let alone from camp BVB coach Klopp have lost several key players such as Durm, Blaszczykowski, Hummel, Kehl, and Bender because of an injury. Meanwhile from the camp Mainz 05 coach Kasper Hjulmand compete without Karius through suspension, Kapino, Moritz and Nedelev who cannot play because of injury. BVB play with tactics using a 4-2-3-1 formation, whereas from the camp Mainz 05 using tactics 4-3-2-1 formation.
The first half went very well for Mainz, because only one minute walk was able to create a goal by seasoned players who capitalized on a mistake from defender Dortmund. After the Mainz implement a closed game, where every attack which was built by Dortmund always failed, forcing the match to end the first half with a 1-0 advantage while to Mainz 05.
In the second half seems to Dortmund want to change the style of the game according to those in the instructed by the coach, and the impact is the birth of a goal on 50 minutes through Subotic, five minutes then turn Reus who listed his name on the scoreboard, so Dortmund back ahead. At minute 57 players Mainz is Malli leveled at 2-2, but in the 78th minute through Aubameyang and Sahin managed to bring Dortmund lead to 4-2. Until the end of the second half the score did not change, so the absolute superiority wholly owned Borussia Dortmund.
Borussia Dortmund: Weidenfeller – Piszczek, Subotic, Sokratis, Schmelzer – Sahin, Gündogan – Kampl, Kagawa, Reus – Aubameyang
FSV Mainz 05: Kapino - Brosinski, Bell, Bungert, Bengtsson - Soto, Geis, Baumgartlinger - Malli, Hofmann – Okazaki