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Bayern miss climbing top after blowing two-goal lead in Dortmund draw

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In a thrilling match at Signal Iduna Park, Borussia Dortmund overcame a 2-0 deficit to tie Bayern Munich and prevent their opponents from taking the lead in the Bundesliga.

After Bayern’s Kingsley Coman received a red card earlier in stoppage time, Anthony Modeste headed in a goal to tie the score in the 94th minute.

Dortmund had a chance after Youssoufa Moukoko’s 74th-minute goal.

Prior to halftime, Jamal Musiala, a youngster from Bayern, helped set up goals for Leon Goretzka and Leroy Sane.

Coman, a second-half substitution, received a yellow card for a late sliding tackle on Jude Bellingham and was later dismissed for a malicious foul on Karim Adeyemi in stoppage time.

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Sadio Mane appeared to be leading Bayern to a convincing victory with less than 20 minutes to go.

Sadio Mane and Germany’s Musiala both had second-half opportunities as Bayern looked to be cruising to a commanding victory with less than 20 minutes remaining.

However, Dortmund fought back, inspired by English teen Bellingham, who took over as captain at halftime after Matt Hummels was taken out.

The draw kept the home team in fourth place, tied for third place on points with Bayern.

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