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As for the visitors, Gross would've been the obvious choice for a player to watch. Their entire offensive plan revolves around the year-old, who leads the Bundesliga in key passes this season, per Dustin Ward of StatsBomb.
With him out for the game, it's difficult to highlight a single player. It's going to take a collective effort if the visitors are to steal a point or even a win from their trip to Westfalenstadion.
Key Battles. Ingolstadt's measly 12 goals is easily the worst figure in the Bundesliga, and they are the only team to not average one goal per game this season.
However, the promoted team boast the second-best defensive record in the league, tied with third-placed Hertha BSC, having conceded only 18 goals this season so far.
Considering that they were beaten twice —by Dortmund and Hannover —that number is even more impressive. Their impressive defensive record doesn't mean Ingolstadt are a team that sits deep and waits for the opponent to attack, though.
Rather, they try to defend aggressively up the pitch and put a big emphasis on gegenpressing. Tactics blogger Constantin Eckner expects U.
Aubameyang executes a lovely lay-off to find Gotze in stride, but the playmaker is denied by Nyland! Dortmund have had their chances in the second half, and that was one of the best of them.
Moments later, Gotze links with the American again, whose low cross to the near post is blocked by multiple players.
They ended up winning that match - is there a result here for them as well? Every player in red is now back in the Ingolstadt half as they set up shop to repel this late BVB siege.
Passlack is nearly the hero off the bench with a tremendous effort from a long way out that heads for the far corner, but the keeper reacts quickly to make an equally commendable stop!
The ball has been pinned in the Ingolstadt defensive third for quite a few minutes now. It would be incredibly harsh on Ingolstadt if they fail to see this one out, but then again, I always believe in making your own luck.
He probably was still hyped up after getting his name on the scoresheet. What a game we have on our hands!
After doing nothing all game, he reacts quickly after Pulisic had ghosted in dangerously from the right flank, slotting a low finish under Nyland!
Pulisic has been positive for Dortmund since coming on, showing a willingness to take on and beat his man that was lacking in the first half. Ingolstadt nearly rack up a fourth goal here, but Hartmann is denied by the frame of the goal after finding space just inside the yard area.
Dortmund must count their blessings! What a game this is turning out to be! It was all too simple again for them, as Lezcano arrived in the area to beat Weidenfeller with a gentle finish that probably should have been saved.
Who else but Aubameyang? Gotze is involved immediately, playing it to Kagawa who then frees Dembele on the left. His cross is headed in simply by the strker!
Can he make a difference? They were completely outclassed and rattled by the home side in the opening 45 minutes, and looked very error prone whenever they were pressed.
Ingolstadt are applauded off by their fans after a thoroughly dominant first half where they could have been further ahead than this scoreline.
A lot to play for in the second half, so stay tuned. Moments later, a cross goes just behind Lezcano, but Cohen picks up the pieces, hammering the ball into the arms of the keeper!
Heatmap Touch Map. Live table. Relegation Play-off. Commentary The win closes the gap between Dortmund and Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich, who are in action tomorrow afternoon, to five points, whilst Ingolstadt's defeat keeps them in 10th place but could see them drop to 11th if Hamburg beat Stuttgart later today.
Once again, Aubameyang pops up and saves Dortmund with two late goals, breaking Ingolstadt hearts in the process. The visitors defended well throughout and made life extremely difficult for the hosts, but in the end they just couldn't contain the Gabonese forward for long enough, and he made them pay with what was arguably his first real chance of the game.
As soon as the first goal went in, Tuchel's team seemed to transform into the side that have impressed so often this season, and from then onwards it was plain sailing for them as they comfortably wrapped up yet another victory.
The pace of the game has slowed down somewhat, allowing Dortmund to comfortably hold onto the ball inside the Ingolstadt half of the pitch as they aim to run down the clock.
The visitors have performed well but just couldn't hold on for long enough, allowing Aubameyang to punish them as they began to tire.
Ingolstadt have made their final substitution of the afternoon, with Lezcano, who impressed on his first start, making way for Cohen for the final few minutes.
That was a lovely pick-out by Castro, who timed his well-weighted throughball to perfection to find Aubameyang in space inside the penalty area.
Aubameyang strikes again! Castro picks up the ball on the edge of the Ingolstadt penalty area and immediately taps a lovely throughball into the path of the Gabonese forward.
He darts into the box and takes a quick touch before firing a wonderful low strike past Ozcan and into the bottom right-hand corner of the net, surely completing the victory in the process.
Ingolstadt have made their second change, with Leckie making way for Bregerie. Dortmund smell blood as they continue to push hard in search of a second goal that will surely wrap up the win.
Pulisic has impressed since coming on and is finding plenty of joy down the left wing, but Ingolstadt are just about managing to hold on. Crucial interception by Morales!
Ingolstadt are pushing hard for an equaliser, resulting in there being acres of space available inside their half of the pitch. Durm takes advantage of it by flying forward on an excellent run, but his attempted pass over to Aubameyang is cut out by the aforementioned American at the vital moment.
Mkhitaryan flies into Da Costa with his studs showing and catches the right-back on the ankle, resulting in the Armenian being shown a yellow card.
There's a break in play as the Ingolstadt players argue with the referee. They believe that Aubameyang was offside as Piszczek's cross was fired into the penalty area, and from the replays it looks as if they may have a case.
The referee isn't interested, however, and the goal stands. That was a wonderful cross by Piszczek, who picked out Aubameyang with a perfect pass.
However, the replays indicate that Aubameyang might have been a yard or so offside, which has resulted in the Ingolstadt players arguing furiously with the referee and linesman.
Dortmund have finally taken the lead! Piszczek charges down the right flank on a great run before curling an even better cross into the middle of the Ingolstadt penalty area.
It finds Aubameyang, who does wonderfully well to find the space left in between Matip and Da Costa before beating Ozcan with an excellent close-range header.
Tuchel looks mightily relieved, and it's no wonder why! Morales denies Piszczek the opportunity to take a quick throw-in and is shown a yellow card by the referee.
With Dortmund trying their hardest to push forward quickly, Ingolstadt are attempting to slow down the game as often as possible. There's a feeling of frustration and nervousness inside the Westfalenstadion as we near the final 15 minutes of the game.
Dortmund are trying their hardest to find that opening goal that they crave so badly but are still lacking that spark needed in the final third of the pitch.
Ingolstadt now have a plethora of bodies camped behind the ball as they try to keep hold of what would be an excellent clean sheet.
Lex is immediately involved in the action as his run down the left wing is brought to a painful end by Piszczek, who is awarded a yellow card as a result.
The resulting free-kick is fired towards the far post, where Burki misses the ball completely with an unconvincing save but ends up being able to watch the cross-cum-shot fly just wide of his goal, much to his relief.
Ingolstadt have also made an alteration, with Lex coming on to replace Hartmann. Dortmund have made their final change of the afternoon, with Ramos making way for American teenager Pulisic.
And now Hummels almost scores at the other end of the pitch! Dortmund earn themselves a corner on the left flank, which is curled into the heart of the Ingolstadt penalty area.
It finds the head of the centre-back, who rises high and sends a flying effort past Ozcan and just wide of the far post. Controversy inside the Dortmund half of the pitch!
Under pressure from Lezcano, Hummels ends up spinning and sending an awful attempted back pass over the head of Burki and into the back of the net, sending the Westfalenstadion into shocked silence.
However, the referee quickly brings Ingolstadt's celebrations to an end after claiming that the centre-back had been fouled by the Paraguayan striker, even though the challenge seemed to occur at least a second or two after the ball had been kicked.
That is sure to be a huge talking point after the game has finished! Great goalkeeping by Ozcan! Morales is caught sleeping on the ball, allowing Mkhitaryan to pick his pocket on the edge of the Ingolstadt penalty area.
The Armenian quickly tees up Leitner, who then sends a thumping cross-cum-shot towards the near post, but the Austrian goalkeeper is there to deal with the youngster's effort.
And now Da Costa is clumsily fouled midway inside the Dortmund half of the pitch, resulting in another free-kick in a similar position to the one just two minutes ago.
This time, Christiansen sends the set-piece bouncing into the penalty area, but it misses two Ingolstadt players before being thumped away by Piszczek.
Sokratis, who hasn't looked completely convincing today, drags Hartmann to the ground, resulting in a free-kick for Ingolstadt and a yellow card for the Greek defender.
The set-piece is flung into the middle of the box, but Ginter is there to deal with the danger with a strong headed clearance.
It just isn't working for Dortmund, who, no matter what they try and do, just can't seem to find a way through Ingolstadt's resolute defence.