Wednesday December 7th, 2016

Borussia Dortmund scored two unanswered goals to draw Real Madrid 2–2 at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, sealing first place in Group F for the Bundesliga side. 

Entering Wednesday's match, Real Madrid trailed Dortmund by two points, meaning Zinedine Zidane's side needed a victory to win the group—something that appeared likely after the team took a 2–0 lead courtesy of a Karim Benzema brace. 

But Dortmund rallied, scoring two goals in the last half–hour to draw and secure a point. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus scored for Dortmund. 

Reus's goal came in the 88th minute. Just 10 minutes before, Cristiano Ronaldo hit the post with a right–footed shot from close range. 

Watch all four goals below. 

Karim Benzema goal (28', 1–0 Real Madrid)

 

Karim Benzema goal (53', 2–0 Real Madrid)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang goal (60', 2–1 Real Madrid)

Marco Reus goal (88', 2–2)

The draw for the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League will take place on Monday. 

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