Borussia Dortmund Hsv Live Stream

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Borussia Dortmund Hsv Live Stream

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Borussia Dortmund v Hsv starting line-ups

  • Borussia Dortmund players (from): Weigl, Guerreiro, Castro, Schmelzer, Pulisic, Mor, Park, Bonmann, Bender, Weidenfeller, Sokratis, Kagawa, Schurrle, Ramos, Sahin, Reus, Rode, Burnic, Burki, Subotic, Aubameyang, Dembele, Durm, Ginter, Merino, Piszczek, Gotze, Bartra, Passlack
  • Hsv team (from): Ronstadt, Diekmeier, Halilovic, Gotz, Muller, Wood, Jung, Santos, Djourou, Reis, Ostrzolek, Kohlert, Adler, Gregoritsch, Spahic, Porath, Jatta, Hunt, Mickel, Mathenia, Seo, Waldschmidt, Lasogga, Holtby, Hirzel, Kostic, Feka, Bahoui, Sakai, Ekdal

The Bundesliga Table

Germany1Bayern Munich717
Germany2FC Koln715
Germany3RB Leipzig715
Germany4Eintracht Frankfurt814
Germany5Hertha Berlin714
Germany6Borussia Dortmund713
Germany8FSV Mainz711
Germany9Borussia Monchengladbach711
Germany10Bayer Leverkusen710
Germany11SC Freiburg79
Germany13Werder Bremen77
Germany14VfL Wolfsburg76

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