An incredible match for all 80,100 fans packed into the Signal-Iduna Park in Dortmund. Two high-pressing, offesive teams. Two penatlies. Two red cards. Five goals - three of which ensured all the points come back to Leipzig!
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyan scored the early goal for the hosts, but Marcel Sabitzer pulled one back with a header six minutes later, before a tap-in from Yussuf Poulsen completed the turnaround in the 25th minute.
Jean-Kévin Augustin extended the lead from the penalty spot soon after the restart, as BVB's Sokratis was dismissed for a professional foul. Stefan Ilsanker soon followed the Dortmund man after picking up two yellows inside as many minutes, before Aubameyang then pulled one back from the penalty spot.
The final 30 minutes saw the hosts throw caution to the wind as they looked to fin an equaliser, but Die Roten Bullen held on brilliantly to inflict a first home defeat on Borussia Dortmund in 41 matches.
- Ralph Hasenhüttl made four changes to the starting XI that faced 1. FC Cologne two weeks ago: Bernado, Kevin Kampl, Naby Keita and Jean-Kévin Augustin replaced Lukas Klostermann, Diego Demme, Emil Forsberg and Timo Werner.
- Marcel Sabitzer captained Die Roten Bullen for the first time in a competitive fixture and also scored his first goal of the season.
- Yussuf Poulsen scored his second of the season.
Bürki – Toljan (46' Pulisic), Sokratis (C), Toprak, Zagadou – Castro, Sahin (46' Weigl), Götze – Yarmolenko, Aubameyang, Philipp (51' Bartra)
Gulácsi – Bernardo, Ilsanker, Upamecano, Halstenberg – Keita (46' Demme), Kampl – Sabitzer (C, 86' Orban), Bruma – Augustin (64' Laimer), Poulsen
1-0 Aubameyang (4'), 1-1 Sabitzer (10'), 1-2 Poulsen (25'), 1:3 Augustin (49', penalty), 2-3 Aubameyang (64', penalty)
Bürki (1) | Keita (3), Bernardo (1), Ilsanker (1)
Sokratis (48'), Ilsanker (56', second yellow)