Monaco vs. Borussia Dortmund: Score Updates & Highlights From Second Leg

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Final Score

Monaco – 2 – 1 3(6)
Dortmund – 0 – 1 1(3)

Goal: Germain (81′)
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Goal: Reus (48′)
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Goal: Falcao (17′)
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Goal: Mbappe (3′)
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Borussia Dortmund look to put last week’s events behind them when they travel to Monaco facing a 3-2 deficit.

After an attack on their team bus had the first leg postponed, a shaken Dortmund team somehow played the next day. Kylian Mbappe took over for Monaco, scoring twice to put the Ligue 1 leaders ahead heading back to France.

Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel told reporters this week that his team is “more stable emotionally” than after explosions rocked their team bus.

“All that happened last week has made us stronger. Now we have to play well and I’m convinced we can do that. We’re ready and focused.”

Marc Bartra, the only player injured in the incident, is still sidelined with a fractured wrist. But Marco Reus should be ready to return after appearing in Bundesliga action over the weekend.

Monaco are in the midst of a tight title race, but have a chance at their first Champions League semifinal appearance since 2004. Monaco have won 70 percent of their home matches in Champions League play, putting them on par with Real Madrid (76), Barcelona (73), and Bayern Munich (71).

Kickoff is at 2:45 p.m. Eastern and will air on Fox Sports 2. Keep this page refreshed after kickoff for the latest updates.

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