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Germany round-up: Dortmund stake title claim

Published: Monday 18 March 2002, 0.58CET
BV Borussia Dortmund recorded an impressive 5-1 victory at SC Freiburg on Sunday.

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Published: Monday 18 March 2002, 0.58CET

Germany round-up: Dortmund stake title claim

BV Borussia Dortmund recorded an impressive 5-1 victory at SC Freiburg on Sunday.

BV Borussia Dortmund fired a warning to leaders Bayer 04 Leverkusen and the rest of the 1. Bundesliga with a 5-1 victory at SC Freiburg.

Late flourish
The UEFA Cup hopefuls recovered from the shock of conceding an early goal to Freiburg's Levan Kobiashvili to equalise six minutes later through Evanilson. But it was not until the 65th minute that Dortmund really stepped up a gear. First Dede scored, followed a minute later by Marcio Amoroso. Jan Köller then added a double with strikes in the 69 and 70th minutes.

Sand saves Schalke
A dramatic finish at the Olympiastadion saw FC Schalke 04 snatch a 2-1 victory over TSV 1860 München. Ebbe Sand hit the winner seven minutes from time, just two minutes after Paul Agostino looked to have earned the hosts a point. Gerald Asamoah had given Schalke the lead after just three minutes.

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