BORUSSIA DORTMUND 3 MALAGA 2
Quarter-final, second leg, 2012-13
Having breezed through a group that featured Manchester City and Real Madrid, and waltzed past Shakhtar Donetsk in the last 16, Jurgen Klopp’s men were faced with the Champions League newbies, Malaga. His opposite number Manuel Pellegrini had been well backed by the La Liga club’s Qatari owners and could call on experienced campaigners in Jeremy Toulalan, Joaquin and Roque Santa Cruz, but also a wily young schemer called Isco. The opening leg in Spain had ended goalless, but the second one certainly didn’t disappoint. Joaquin fired the Anchovies ahead, then Robert Lewandowski levelled shortly before the break. The second half was end-to-end, and with BVB pushing for the victory, the visitors broke away and Eliseu’s 82nd minute tap-in looked to have won it. Thanks to the away goals rule, the hosts needed to score twice in eight minutes. Well, eight minutes and injury time. Marco Reus netted in the first of those added minutes before Felipe Santana’s bundled winner (right), with Malaga furious he was not flagged offside. Klopp, as you’d expect, absolutely lost it.