Gotze's goal bright spark for BVB despite Bosz’s tactics backfiring


Mario Gotze scored his first goal for Borussia Dortmund after 344 days in a thrilling 4-4 Ruhr Derby draw against Schalke! The youth product helped BVB roar into a four-goal lead after 25 minutes - the fastest 4-0 lead in the fixture since 1964 - though that failed to paper over the cracks. Coach Peter Bosz has once again come under fire for his attacking tendencies as his men inexplicably gave away the lead, as talk of a lack of discipline, emphasised by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s red card, swirl around Signal Iduna Park.

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