Dortmund: Weidenfeller; Piszczek, Subotic,
Santana, Schmelzer; Bender (Sahin 71'), Gündogan (Hummels 85');
Blaszczykowski (Schieber 71'), Götze, Reus; Lewandowski. 4-2-3-1.
Málaga: Caballero; Jesús Gámez, Sergio Sánchez, Demichelis, Antunes; Camacho, Toulalan; Joaquín (Portillo 87'), Isco, Duda (Eliseu 73'); Baptista (Santa Cruz 83'). 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 25. Joaquín. Fired low shot wide of Weidenfeller after Isco laid ball back.
1-1. 40. Lewandowski. Beat Willy Caballero after Reus flicked on Götze cross.
1-2. 57. Eliseu. Turned ball in to net on fat post after Baptista passed across.
2-2. 91. Reus. Fired shot past Caballero after Gámez cleared Subotic cross.
3-2. 92. Santana. From close to goal after Antunes stopped Schieber's shot.
Cruel luck for Málaga in Tuesday night's Champions League game, the Andalusians losing 3-2 to Borussia Dortmund after the German side scored twice in injury time. The goal-less draw in the first leg meant that Pellegrini's side had to score, and although the early chances fell to Lewandowski, Joaquín put the visitors ahead after cutting past Schmelzer to fire a low shot past Weidenfeller. A few minutes later though Dortmund equalized, Reus flicking Götze's centre on with his heel for Lewandowski to lift a shot past Caballero, and only a good save by the visiting keeper prevented the Polish striker from scoring a second soon after the restart. A Joaquín header and a long shot by Toulalan tested Weidenfeller again after that, and Caballero responded with top class saves from Reus and Götze. However with seven minutes to go substitute Eliseu restored the lead from an offside position after Baptista played the ball across goal on a quick break-away. Dortmund now needed two to win, and with the game in time added on it appeared to be all over. But Reus made it all square again after Gámez could only partly clear Subotic's cross, and a minute later a scramble in front of goal ended with Santana forcing the ball over on the goal line, again from an offside position which Scottish referee Craig Thompson and his four assistants all missed.