Borussia Dortmund
B. Dortmund VS Real Madrid
2012-13 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SEMIFINAL
4-1
Real Madrid

Borussia Dortmund overcame Real Madrid in the group stage that season, triumphing 2-1 at home and drawing 2-2 away. Jurgen Klopp's side was the only unbeaten team in the competition and knocked Malaga out in the last round. Real Madrid had only won once is their 24 visits to Germany and were knocked out of the previous Champions League at this stage by another German Team. (Goal.com)

DORTMUND'S ROAD TO THE GAME
Group D Netherlands Ajax
Group D England Manchester City
Group D Spain Real Madrid
2nd Round Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
Quarterfinal Spain Malaga

Lewandowski four goals
MADRID'S ROAD TO THE GAME
Group D England Manchester City
Group D Netherlands Ajax
Group D Germany Borussia Dortmund
2nd Round England Shakhtar Donetsk
Quarterfinal Turkey Galatasaray

Madrid's look of defeat
MATCH REPORT
GK 1 Germany Roman WEIDENFELLER
RB 26 Poland Łukasz PISZCZEK Out 83'
CB 4 Serbia Neven SUBOTIC
CB 15 Germany Mats HUMMELS
LB 29 Germany Marcel SCHMELZER
DM 8 Germany Ilkay GUNDOGAN Out 90+1'
DM 6 Germany Sven BENDER
AM 16 Poland Jakub BLASZCYKOWSKI Out 82'
AM 10 Germany Mario GOTZE
FW 11 Germany Marco REUS
CF 9 Poland Robert LEWANDOWSKI
BENCH
GK 20 Australia Mitchell LANGERAK
CB 27 Brazil FELIPE SANTANA
DM 5 Germany Sebastian KEHL In 82'
DM 18 Turkey Nuri SAHIN
AM 7 Germany Moritz LEITNER
AM 19 Germany Kevin GROßKREUTZ In 83'
CF 23 Germany Julian SCHIEBER In 90+1'
MANAGER
MG Germany Jurgen KLOPP

Atatürk Olympic Stadium
Germany Signal Iduna Park
Dortmund, Germany

65,829 Spectators

REFEREES
Netherlands Björn KUIPERS
Netherlands Sander VAN ROEKEL (1st Assistant)
Netherlands Erwin ZEINSTRA (2nd Assistant)

MAN OF THE MATCH
Poland Robert LEWANDOWSKI
GK 41 Poland DIEGO LOPEZ
RB 4 Spain Sergio RAMOS
CB 2 France Raphael VARANE
CB 3 Portugal PEPE
LB 5 Portugal Fabio COENTRAO
DM 6 Germany Sami KHEDIRA
CM 14 Spain Xabi ALONSO Out 80'
CM 19 Croatia Luka MODRIC Out 68'
AM 10 Germany Mesut OZIL
FW 7 Portugal Cristiano RONALDO
CF 20 Argentina Gonzalo HIGUAIN Out 68'
BENCH
GK 1 Spain Iker CASILLAS
CB 18 Spain Raul ALBIOL
LB 24 Spain NACHO
AM 8 Brazil KAKA In 80'
RW 22 Argentina Angel DI MARIA In 68'
RW 21 Spain Jose CALLEJON
ST 9 France Karim BENZEMA In 68'
MANAGER
MG Spain Rafael BENITEZ
INCIDENTS
Ball GOALS
Germany DOR: Lewandowski (8', 50', 55', 66')
Spain MAD: Ronaldo (43')
BOOKINGS
Germany DOR: Yellow Lewandowski (70')
Spain MAD: Yellow Khedira (54') Yellow Ozil (64') Yellow Ramos (90+2')
Robert Lewandowski produced a striker's masterclass as he scored four goals against Real Madrid in a commanding Champions League semi-final first-leg victory for Borussia Dortmund. His value increased no end after he became the first player to score four times in a Champions League semi-final. His ruthless display of finishing continued Dortmund's 100% European home record that season and left Real Madrid with a mountainous task to reach the final at Wembley in May. It also showed more evidence of a shift towards German dominance of Europe, only 24 hours after Bayern Munich beat Barcelona 4-0 in their semi-final first leg.(BBC.com)