Eintracht Frankfurt v Borussia Dortmund live updates - latest Bundesliga score
Bundesliga / Matchday 18
Deutsche Bank Park / 08.01.2022
Borussia Dortmund snatch a famous win at the death at Deutsche Bank Park!
Late drama as Dortmund fight back from 2-0 down to beat Frankfurt to close title gap
Dortmund seal a great comeback win here!
Eintracht Frankfurt 2-3 Borussia Dortmund
Axel Witsel comes on for Marco Reus.
Paciencia on for Hrustic.
FOUR MINUTES ADDED
Four more to play.
Martin Hinteregger is also booked for Frankfurt.
Erling Haaland is shown a yellow card.
Dortmund are level!
Meunier's cross is headed in at the far post by Jude Bellingham!
Guerreiro's set-piece delivery is headed over at the near-post by Thomas Meunier!
Dortmund have five minutes plus added time to salvage something!
Makoto Hasebe is on for his fellow Japanese teammate, Daichi Kamada.
Donyell Malen drives one low into the corner from a tight angle, but Trapp makes another key save to deny him!
The BVB players are adamant that the ball went out but it is a goal-kick.
The Japanese international goes down briefly but is back on his feet after a strong challenge.
GOAL! Dortmund get one back!
Thorgan Hazard receives a through ball from Erling Haaland after a good driving run from Marco Reus, and the Belgian coolly strokes it home from inside the box to get his first league goal since October.
Reus feeds the ball to Malen out wide on the right, and the Dutchman drills in a low cross into the centre for Haaland, but his first-time effort goes over the bar.
FRANKFURT DOUBLE CHANGE
Sebastian Rode is off for Kristijan Jakic, and Jesper Lindstrom is off for Sam Lammers.
CHANGE FOR DORTMUND
Julian Brandt comes off, and Thorgan Hazard replaces him.
DORTMUND KNOCKING ON THE DOOR
Marco Reus lays off Julian Brandt, who tries to bend one in from the edge of the box, but his effort is wide!
WIDE FROM HAALAND
The ball finds its way to Haaland in the six-yard box, but he drags his shot wide!
CORNER TO DORTMUND
Good build-up play and passing by the visitors in the final third, but the home side are holding firm.