Borussia Dortmund – 2011/12 Season Stats


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Germany international midfielder SEBASTIAN KEHL (5) steers visiting Borussia Dortmund to victory with a goal in the 64nd minute of the 140th Revierderby opposite traditional arch-rival Schalke 04 Gelsenkirchen as die Schwarzgelben crept ever closer to securing their eighth domestic title in club history in the Bundesliga match at the Veltins Arena in North Rhine-Westphalia earlier this spring.
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To review, 2011/12 Bundesliga champion BORUSSIA DORTMUND finished its campaign in the German top flight having completed an unbeaten run stretching 22 matches (including 19 victories) in all competitions. Die Schwarzgelben have not fallen since French Ligue 1 side Olympique Marseille visited Signal Iduna Park for a UEFA Champions League match early last December. On the home front, trainer Juergen Klopp’s team have not lost since succumbing to Hannover 96 in Lower Saxony more than seven months ago this past September — a streak of more than thirty domestic matches including D.F.B. Pokal dates.

This is the proud record Borussia Dortmund bring to the German capital city, Berlin, for the 70th Deutscher Fussball Bund Pokalfinale to be contested Saturday night at the Olympiastadion.

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Poland international ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI (40 caps, 13 goals)
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2011/12 – all competitions
BORUSSIA DORTMUND stats
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appearances/starts — Lewandowski 45/45, Hummels 44/44, Piszczek 43/43, Weidenfeller 41/41, Kagawa 41/38, Grosskreutz 41/28, Blaszczykowski 39/26, Perisic 39/11, Kehl 37/31, Schmelzer 35/35, Guendogan 34/26, Subotic 33/33, Bender 30/27, Goetze 25/22, Barrios 25/5, Leitner 22/4, Santana 16/12, Owomoyela 12/3, Loewe 10/9, da Silva 6/2, Langerak 4/4, Zidan 3/0, Kringe 2/0

goals —— Lewandowski 27, Kagawa 16, Perisic 9, Grosskreutz 8, Goetze 7, Blaszczykowski 6, Barrios 5, Guendogan 4, Piszczek 4, Kehl 3, Hummels 2, Bender 1, Santana 1, Schmelzer 1, Owomoyela 1

assists —— Kagawa 12, Lewandowski 12, Blaszczykowski 10, Piszczek 9, Goetze 8, Grosskreutz 8, Perisic 6, Bender 4, Guendogan 4, Schmelzer 4, Kehl 3, Hummels 2, Barrios 1, da Silva 1, Owomoyela 1, Subotic 1

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An early exit from the UEFA Champions League in Europe before even the first knockout round was reached has been the only blemish on the otherwise rather impressive record of German club Borussia Dortmund with just one game remaining on its 2011/12 schedule.

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