Dortmund 3 Malaga 2 (agg 3-2): Klopp's side complete stunning comeback with injury- time double
20:41 GMT, 9 April 2013
21:11 GMT, 9 April 2013
Borussia Dortmund scored two goals in injury-time to complete a stunning 3-2 comeback win against Malaga and advance to the Champions League semi-finals.
Joaquin put the visitors ahead in the 25th minute but Polish striker Robert Lewandowski brought the Germans level five minutes before the break.
Jurgen Klopp's side threw everything they had at the Spanish side in an attempt to score a second goal that would sent them through.
But Dortmund left themselves exposed at the back and Eliseu looked to have sent Malaga into the semi-finals when he turned the ball home to put his team 2-1 ahead with eight minutes to play.
However, Marco Reus and Felipe Santana both scored in injury time as Jurgen Klopp's men pulled off an incredible turnaround and book their place in the last four.
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Back from the brink: Borussia Dortmund completed a stunning comeback with two goals in injury time
Borussia Dortmund: Weidenfeller, Piszczek, Subotic, Felipe Santana, Schmelzer, Gundogan (Hummels 86), Bender (Sahin 72), Blaszcykowski (Schieber 72), Gotze, Reus,
Subs Not Used: Langerak, Kehl, Leitner, Grosskreutz.
Booked: Bender, Schmelzer.
Goals: Lewandowski 40, Felipe Santana 90, Reus 90.
Malaga: Willy, Jesus Gamez, Demichelis, Sergio Sanchez, Antunes, Joaquin (Francisco Portillo 87), Toulalan, Camacho, Duda (Eliseu 74), Isco, Julio Baptista (Santa Cruz 83).
Subs Not Used: Kameni, Lugano, Saviola, Piazon.
Booked: Jesus Gamez, Toulalan.
Goals: Joaquin 25, Eliseu 82.
Ref: Craig Thomson (Scotland).
Ahead: Joaquin gave Malaga the lead after 25 minutes in Germany
Away goals advantage: Joaquin's strike left Dortmund needing to score twice to advance
Reliable: Robert Lewandowski brought Dortmund level in the 40th minute
Leading from the front: Lewandowski celebrates his goal at Signal Iduna Park
All over Eliseu's goal with eight minutes remaining looked to have sealed Malaga's place in the semis
No way back Eliseu left the German side needing to score two more goals in the closing minutes
Turnaround: Felipe Santana bundled home a winner from close range in injury time for Dortmund
Dubious: Santana was arguably offside when he scored from less than one yard
Delight: Santana runs off in celebration of his dramatic winner
Pitch invasion: Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp leaps with delight at the final whistle
Joy: Santana is congratulated by Dortmund players and head coach Klopp