Phew, what a finish! Dortmund are through to the quarter-finals.
- 2nd Half
- SusoEl Haddadi86'
- Diego Carlos77'
- En-Nesyri (P)68'
- Ocamposde Jong60'
- Haaland (P)54'
- 1st Half
Borussia Dortmund - Sevilla FC
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OH MY! Sevilla have got the ball pinballing around in the Dortmund box. Twice they could shoot, and turn the chance down for a square pass, and Dortmund eventually scramble it clear. Why didn't they shoot?!
- GoalYoussef En-NesyriSevilla FC
GOAL! Borussia Dortmund 2 Sevilla 2 (En-Nesyri 90+6)
Hello! Rakitic whips a perfect cross into the area and En-Nesyri thumps a header into the top corner!
Meunier is on for Morey, as Navas wins a corner for Sevilla. Rakitic takes, Hummels powers it clear.
Scrappy as you like now; Sevilla know it's gone, Dortmund aren't interested in foing forward with any great intent.
We'll have six more minutes, minimum.
Zagadou replaces Schulz for Dortmund.
Munir is on for Suso, and Rakitic for Fernando, as Hitz makes an ostentatious save from a Sevilla corner.
CHANCE! Bellingham leads a three on two break for Dortmund. He feeds Haaland, who slips it to Dahoud in the area, and his shot is well saved by Bono.
After a scramble in the Dortmund box Navas gets the ball on the right, and whips in a dangerous low cross that is well gathered by Hitz.
Dortmund whip a free kick into the Sevilla box. Bellingham launches himself into an overhead kick, but doesn't catch it right and it flies a yard or so wide.
Oliver Torres replaces Oscar Rodriguez.
Diego Carlos has been booked too, for taking out Haaland off the ball.
All credit to Sevilla, they're properly going for it here. Dortmund break on them though, and Fernando is booked for scything through Bellingham.
Here's that Haaland penalty, as Suso's cross is needlessly palmed behind for a corner by Hitz.
- Yellow cardÓscar RodríguezSevilla FC
Oscar Rodriguez kicks the ball away in annoyance, and is carded for his troubles.
Can might get a few looks from his colleagues, because they've got a much more taxing 20 minutes now.
- Goal by penaltyYoussef En-NesyriSevilla FC
GOAL! Borussia Dortmund 2 Sevilla 1 (En-Nesyri 68)
En-Nesyri, who has been invisible tonight, utterly hoses his penalty high into the net. The game looked off; it's back on, Sevilla need two more to take it to extra-time!
PENALTY! Can has hauled down de Jong as a cross comes into the box. What a decision, there was no danger there at all.
Passlack replaces Hazard for Dortmund.
If Haaland's virtually unplayable now, what might he become. He gets the ball on the left, ghosts past a defender and fires in a gorgeous low ball across the six yard box. Hazard and I think Reus are on their heels though, and Sevilla clear.
The substitute Gomes piles forward and lets fly from 20 yards out; Hitz turns it around the post.
Suso cuts across the area from the left, and has a pop, but a Dortmund leg gets in the way and it's cleared.
Alejandro Gomes and Luuk de Jong are on for Jordan and Ocampos for Sevilla.
That was quite the five minutes, but the game has settled down a little now. That said, this tie is surely over.
VAR, eh? What a hoot.
- Goal by penaltyErling HaalandBorussia Dortmund
GOAL! Borussia Dortmund 2 (Haaland pen. 54) Sevilla 0
Haaland buries his penalty into the bottom right this time, and has a good old scream at Bono as he runs by celebrating. The Sevilla players are furious, and Haaland is booked.
It's a retake, Bono was a yard off his line! Oh my.
PENALTY SAVED! Bono has turned it onto the post, and then bounced up to brilliantly save the rebound from Haaland! But they're bringing it back I think...
Kounde is carded for the shirt pull, which was a good minute before Haaland's goal was chalked off. It's the right call - eventually - but confusion reigned there. Haaland to take...
GOAL! OR IS IT? WHAT IS GOING ON?! He is some player! Haaland gets in space on the left, and cuts across the area. He plays a quick one-two with Hazard and barges through Diego Carlos, leaving him in a heap. The ball breaks wide of Bono and Haaland hooks it in with his right foot from a tight angle. It's VAR checked, as is an earlier incident when Haaland's shirt was pulled...and it's no goal, but a penalty to Dortmund!
CHANCE! Haaland springs the offside trap and races away down the left. He cuts it across the area to Hazard, who whistles a shot a yard wide of the far post.
We're underway again.
- End of 1st Half
A cross breaks to Ocampos, who wallops a shot at goal from the edge of the area. It clatters into Dahoud's elbow from point blank range; Sevilla want a penalty, but no chance.
We'll have two additional minutes.
Sevilla work the ball into the Dortmund box via Suso. He eventually works it to the edge of the area, where Fernando, leaning back, blazes the ball high over the bar.
- Yellow cardMarcos AcuñaSevilla FC
Acuna goes in the book after some needless aggro with Bellingham.
Dortmund are alive and kicking now. Haaland gets some space in the Sevilla half and looks for Reus, but his pass is intercepted.
All of Sevilla's good work there has been undone by one sloppy piece of play at the back. That was clinical from Dortmund, who had done nothing in attack until then.
- GoalErling HaalandBorussia Dortmund
GOAL! Borussia Dortmund 1 (Haaland 35) Sevilla 0
That could be the tie. Dortmund win the ball high as Sevilla try to play out from the back. Dahoud slips a pass through to Reus on the left of the area. He draws out Bono and cuts the ball back to Haaland, who has a simple tap in from seven yards out.
Acuna whips a brilliant cross into the Dortmund area, right through the six-yard box but with no takers.
Suso wins a free kick in the middle of the Dortmund half. This is high octane stuff from them, but they need to start working Hitz.
Diego Carlos looks to have tweaked his hammy here. He goes off, but is soon back on and seems fine.
Dortmund get forwards now, but Delaney's cross into the box is headed clear. It's an awkward stick or twist situation for the home side; if they open out, they can finish the tie off for certain, but open out too much and concede first then it's right back on.
More pressure from Sevilla, from which Dortmund try to launch Haaland over the top when they retrieve the ball. Sevilla mop it up easily enough; Dortmund's main threat has hardly been in this so far.
Morey catches Rodriguez right above the ankle after overrunning the ball, and it's a yellow card.
CHANCE! Ocampos has started well. He beats two as he cuts infield on the break - nutmegging Can no less - before laying off to Suso who drills his shot a couple of yards wide from the edge of the area.
Bellingham wins a very loud 50:50 in the midfield. From that, Cekir gives a free kick to Dortmund, I've no idea why.
One long ball almost releases Hazard; he's through on the right of the area, but doesn't realise it, and volleys a wayward cross into the box when there was no one to stop him bringing it down and sauntering unopposed on goal.
A succession of dangerous crosses are launched into Dortmund's box, but none of them are finding Sevilla players. Dortmund are pinned right back at the minute.
Navas wins a corner for Sevilla. Suso's first effort is cleared, his second is dangerously whipped into the six-yard box but Dortmund get it away. Sevilla win another corner too; they've started well here.
Ocampos almost gets away through the inside right channel, but Can is across well to snuff out the danger. This is really open already, the first goal will be huge; if Sevilla get it, what larks we've got in store.
Sevilla get a corner, from which Dortmund eventually break. Schulz's cross is cleared to Delaney, who hits a low daisy cutter into the arms of Bono.
CHANCE! Emre Can coughs the ball to Ocampos, who cuts in from the left and wallops a 20 yarder at goal. Hitz is behind it though, and punches clear.
- 1st Half
We're inching closer to kick-off here. Your referee for tonight is Cuneyt Cakir.
Sevilla need a minimum 2-0, 3-1 or better victory to progress tonight; 3-2 would take it to extra-time. They could so easily have been out of it after the first leg, but De Jong’s late goal has added some jeopardy to tonight’s match. If they are to do it, Sevilla will need to jam a handbrake on their recent form; including the first leg they’ve lost four of their last five matches.
Dortmund come into this match off the back of a 4-2 defeat at Bayern Munich, a game in which they had led 2-0 after 10 minutes. They are currently sixth in the Bundesliga, and while it’s been a patchy season at home they have more than enough quality to stand a punchers chance in the Champions League. If this vibrant young team are going to win it together, it might have to be now; both Haaland and Sancho are heavily linked elsewhere and a new coach with new ideas, Marco Rose, is incoming this summer.
Shall we have a little reminder of what happened in leg the first? Dortmund won in Spain for only the second time in their history, in what was a wonderfully open match. Their advantage was whittled down to one with a late goal by Luuk de Jong. So, three away goals in the tin and advantage Dortmund, but we’ve still got a game on tonight.
Sevilla need to win tonight, and have made nine changes from their defeat at Elche at the weekend. Goalkeeper Bono and centre-back Jules Kounde are both fit again after injury.
Good news for Dortmund: Erling Braut Haaland is fit to play, despite hurting his ankle against Bayern Munich at the weekend. Bad news for Dortmund: there’s no Jadon Sancho, Giovanni Reyna or Raphael Guerreiro tonight.
And here's your visitors, Sevilla:
Let's have some teams then shall we? Here's your hosts, Borussia Dortmund:
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