Despite Erling Haaland being sidelined through injury, Borussia Dortmund grabbed a 3-0 win away at Union Berlin in the Bundesliga on Sunday, thanks to a Marco Reus first-half brace and a Raphael Guerreiro goal after the break.
This was the first double Reus has managed since a game against Eintracht Frankfurt back in 2013, with the German forward scoring his two goals in a space of seven minutes before the half-hour mark.
The opener came 18 minutes in with a low effort from inside the box after a fine Mahmoud Dahoud pass, with Reus completing his brace after a great individual play.
150 + 151 👑 pic.twitter.com/2V7Msx3XJX— Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) February 13, 2022
Dortmund managed to put the game to bed with 20 minutes to go through Guerreiro, who made the most of a ball put into the box by Jude Bellingham to net his team's third.
Marco Rose's side managed to grab a morale-boosting win, four days before the first leg of their Europa League tie against Rangers.
Dortmund close the gap to Bayern
Following Bayern Munich's surprising 4-2 defeat to Bochum on Saturday, Dortmund have now moved to within six points from the Bundesliga leaders, while Union Berlin find themselves in seventh place in the table.
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