Hoffenheim with Robert Forest won 2-1 at home over Borussia Dortmund in the German Bundesliga.
There was danskeropgør in the Bundesliga, as Hoffenheim took against Borussia Dortmund.
Friday's match in the Bundesliga ended with a scant 2-1 win at Hoffenheim, after Dortmund otherwise had long been in front 1-0.
With the defeat came the Dortmund not closer to the two top team, Borussia Mönchengladbach and RB Leipzig, who both have 34 points after 16 matches.
Dortmund is located on the fourth place with 30 points after 17 matches. Hoffenheim have 27 points after 17 matches on a sixth place.
From the start of the purge there was only one dane on the pitch, and it was Robert Woods, who as usual began on the square as venstreback at Hoffenheim.
Robert Forest was outwitted after 17 minutes, as Dortmund Ashraf Hakimi ran past the dane, and assisted Mario Götze, as close to the goal and scored to 1-0.
Robert Woods got the chance to make good the damage again on a free kick midway in the first half, and he was close to score with his dangerous venstreben.
The former FC Copenhagen player slammed the ball on the underside of the crossbar from 30 meters distance.
Jacob Bruun Larsen came on the pitch for Dortmund from the second half start, but he was not able to prevent that it ended with a defeat.
After 79 minutes equalized Hoffenheims substituted striker Sargis Adamyan to 1-1, and eight minutes later brought Andrej Kramaric, the home team in front 2-1.
More goals were scored in the entertaining game.
Thomas Delaney was not for Dortmund, as the Danish midfielder continues to sit out with an injury.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 00:00