League leaders throw away remarkable three-goal lead

League leaders throw away remarkable three-goal lead

Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund inexplicably surrendered a three-goal lead in the second half to draw 3-3 against Hoffenheim on Saturday as their advantage at the top was cut to five points.

The England worldwide then set up Mario Gotze for Dortmund's second goal before combining with Gotze to set up Raphael Guerreiro for an easy tap-in in the 66th.

He helped double Dortmund's lead two minutes before the break when Axel Witsel found him with a long-range pass and although Sancho's shot was parried, Goetze tapped in the rebound.

But a brace from Ishak Belfodil and a goal from Pavel Kaderabek in between salvaged an improbable draw for Hoffenheim.

Hoffenheim didn't give up, however.

Jadon Sancho scored the opener and was electric against Hoffenheim. Belfodil equalized with his second goal in the 87th.

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"We have a clear structure, but you can often look at our team sheet and see how many young players play each Saturday - not just in cup games, but big matches, including the Champions League". "It's bitter how it worked out", Goetze said.

Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho is relishing the prospect of facing Tottenham at Wembley, saying it will be a "nice feeling" to star in front of his friends and family in his home-town. Schalke, last season's runners-up, came close to another equaliser early in the second half but Serge Gnabry killed off their hopes when he wrong-footed keeper Ralf Faehrmann with a clever header from a Lewandowski bicycle kick.

Robert Lewandowski, criticized by former Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamman last week, was involved in all three goals, scoring one to lift his season tally to 13.

The Poland striker's 119th Bundesliga goal for Bayern also lifted him to joint third in the club's all-time league scorers list, level with Roland Wohlfarth.

Elsewhere, runner up Borussia Monchengladbach suffered a setback as Hertha Berlin snatched a 3-0 away victory on the goals from Salomon Kalou, Ondrej Duda and Davie Selke.

Also, Hannover defeated 10-man Nuremberg 2-0 in a bottom-of-the-table match, Frankfurt drew at Leipzig 0-0, and Freiburg drew with Wolfsburg 3-3.

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