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Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid meet in the Champions League 2016-17 group stage on Tuesday.
Real Madrid was expected to runaway with a victory in its opening game of this year’s tournament. Instead, the team was minutes or even seconds away from a devastating loss against Sporting CP. But Cristiano Ronaldo, who is still looking to rediscover top form after returning from injury, saved the day with a rare free kick goal and Alvaro Morata and James Rodriguez combined for the winner at the death.
The team now needs a better performance against a Borussia Dortmund side that had little trouble winning 6-0 over Legia Warsaw in its first game. In many ways, this match could very well define which side wins the group.
The group stage of the Champions League may have become an increasingly predictable slog, but Tuesday’s second match day will see a tantalizing meeting between two contenders for the trophy and two clubs with a storied recent rivalry. Holder and 11-time champion Real Madrid has an unrivaled continental pedigree, but it will travel to face a Borussia Dortmund team that has reason to think it can be a serious threat in this season’s competition.
Borussia Dortmund certainly made an impressive start on its return to the Champions League, dismissing Legia Warsaw 6-0 in Poland two weeks ago. Dortmund was up 3-0 inside 17 minutes that day, giving a powerful demonstration of just how devastating the German squad can be when in full flow.
There are more nuances to Dortmund’s game now under Thomas Tuchel, but many on the Real Madrid side can still remember the 4-1 beating inflicted upon them in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals three years ago. Real Madrid would get revenge in the quarterfinals a year later, but that was against a Dortmund team running out of fumes at the end of the Jurgen Klopp era.
With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a frightening presence up front and Mario Götze back after an unsuccessful spell at Bayern Munich to join a group of energetic young talent, Dortmund could upset some of Europe’s big names once more. Certainly the side from Westphalia could hardly be in any better form ahead of the visit of Madrid, having won four straight matches while scoring 20 goals in the process.