German DFB Cup
B Dortmund7SC Paderborn 071

Borussia Dortmund 7-1 Paderborn

Adrian Ramos
Adrian Ramos scored with an angled shot in the first half

Borussia Dortmund recovered from an early setback to thrash Paderborn for a place in the German Cup third round.

Srdan Lakic gave the visitors the lead when he punished a mistake by keeper Roman Burki, but moments later Adrian Ramos levelled with an angled shot.

Gonzalo Castro sidefooted in, Shinji Kagawa scored a great solo goal and Ilkay Gundogan converted from the spot.

Castro slotted in another, before Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Lukasz Piszczek fired in twice more late in the game.

Dortmund have now scored 61 goals in 19 games this season since Thomas Tuchel replaced Jurgen Klopp as boss.

Line-ups

B Dortmund

  • 38Bürki
  • 28GinterSubstituted forPiszczekat 64'minutes
  • 25PapastathopoulosSubstituted forBenderat 71'minutes
  • 15Hummels
  • 29Schmelzer
  • 8Gündogan
  • 33Weigl
  • 27Castro
  • 23KagawaSubstituted forJanuzajat 63'minutes
  • 10Mkhitaryan
  • 20Ramos

Substitutes

  • 1Weidenfeller
  • 3Park Joo-ho
  • 6Bender
  • 7Hofmann
  • 9Januzaj
  • 17Aubameyang
  • 26Piszczek

SC Paderborn 07

  • 1Kruse
  • 22Heinloth
  • 17Hoheneder
  • 5WydraBooked at 84mins
  • 21Brückner
  • 7Ndjeng
  • 6Bakalorz
  • 30KocSubstituted forVucinovicat 60'minutes
  • 10SaglikSubstituted forStögerat 60'minutes
  • 11Stoppelkamp
  • 9LakicSubstituted forProschwitzat 45'minutes

Substitutes

  • 8Proschwitz
  • 18Stöger
  • 20Vucinovic
  • 24Heuer Fernandes
  • 26Hartherz
  • 27Ouali
  • 29Wahl
Referee:
Peter Sippel
Attendance:
74,605

Match Stats

Home TeamB DortmundAway TeamSC Paderborn 07
Possession
Home63%
Away37%
Shots
Home22
Away7
Shots on Target
Home12
Away5
Corners
Home7
Away2
Fouls
Home8
Away9

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