Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Borussia Dortmund head coach Peter Stoger confirms exit

Borussia Dortmund head coach Peter Stoger confirms exit

The championship of Germany on football.

After Portgual global Raphael Guerreiro twice tested Hoffenheim keeper Oliver Baumann in the opening 20 minutes, visiting goalkeeper Roman Burki gifted the hosts a 26th-minute opener with a costly error.

That left Dortmund to cling onto a Champions League spot as they finished ahead of fifth-placed Bayer Leverkusen on goal difference.

Goals from Andrej Kramaric, Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek earned Hoffenheim's deserved success at Rhein-Neckar-Arena, with Marco Reus briefly drawing the visitors level.

Burki was similarly impressive in keeping out Kramaric's fierce drive shortly afterwards but the Dortmund goalkeeper's terrible error allowed Hoffenheim to forge ahead in the 26th minute.

Dortmund's out-of-form forward Andre Schurrle should have spared Burki's blushes by levelling seven minutes later.

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Guerreiro did superbly to get in down the left and he slipped in a ball for Reus, who was perhaps fortunate to take the pass in his stride before stabbing past Baumann from four yards.

Parity lasted only five minutes though as Hungary striker Szalai dinked the ball over Burki to complete a flowing team move.

The hosts were celebrating again with 17 minutes to go after a mad scramble which saw Manuel Akanji clear brilliantly off the line and Burki deny Ermin Bicakcic's header, only for Kaderabek to volley in.

Stoger took charge at Dortmund in December, when Peter Bosz was sacked following two months without a win. Today was my last game for Dortmund'.

Jupp Heynckes' second spell at Bayern Munich ended with a heavy defeat as the Bundesliga champions suffered a first home league defeat in over two years in a 4-1 drubbing by Stuttgart while Borussia Dortmund manager Peter Stoger has stepped down as the BVB boss. "It is still important for this club that we are in the Champions League", he said.

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