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Fans in Madrid would surely have settled for little less than revenge after the game in Dortmund , and Atletico Madrid duly delivered.
The performance bore so many of Diego Simeone's hallmarks that you might have been forgiven for thinking the Argentine had rolled back the years and played in holding midfield himself.
Atletico pressed with zeal, even deep into the second half when leading, and tackled with ferocity at times. In attack, they were direct and effective: Saul's first-half goal was the best of a string of chances, and just one of several created by veteran left back Filipe Luis.
Griezmann put the game to bed in typically languid style, prodding a low shot past the excellent Roman Bürki to finish Dortmund off.
The result changes little in Group A. Dortmund and Madrid appear to be in a straight shootout for top spot, now both on 9 points after four games.
Club Brugge, who knocked Monaco out with a win, trail both of them by 5 points, and must be considered extreme long shots for the last 16 at this stage.
Atletico shut Dortmund down. Diego Simeone pumps his fist in a satisfied manner as the final whistle blows. Dortmund didn't manage to test Jan Oblak all night, though Guerreiro probably should have netted seconds after coming off the bench.
Guerreiro's delivery is dealt with at the near post though. BVB now have another corner from the other flank. Griezmann's languid left-footed finish under pressure from Toprak is a reminder that the hosts have the best attacker on the pitch tonight.
Götze replaces lone striker Paco Alcacer instead. So presumably either Götze or Reus will lead the line now. He could in theory replace any of the remaining starters in midfield.
There was Dortmund's second shot, substitute Guerreiro arriving to head an Alcacer cross just over the bar from only a few meters out.
Jadon Sancho's lofted cross almost finds Marco Reus in front of goal. Still not enough for a second shot of the night for BVB. He gets his shot past the Swiss keeper, but prods the ball into the near post side netting.
Dortmund have 65 percent possession at this stage, and 88 percent pass accuracy to Atletico's paltry 72 percent.
The second period has begun as the first concluded, with Dortmund's area under siege. Dortmund trail, but will probably be relieved it's just the one at this stage.
Niko Kovac, take note. Incisive and inventive going forward, fueled in no small part by Griezmann's movement and guile, Atletico have also been fierce and watertight in defense.
A trademark Diego Simeone cocktail of discipline and a few tough fouls to send the requisite message and gee up the crowd.
Interestingly, Axel Witsel had a chance to stop Atletico's goal in its tracks with a cynical foul during the build-up, but turned it down.
It's hard to imagine an Atleti midfielder making the same call in a similar situation. It's deflected behind for a corner.
His shot was impeded, the ref waves away calls for a penalty, and the replays suggest a good call on his part. He pulled his shot across face of goal.
Best chance at Atletico have made so far. He gets a shot off despite pressure from Piszczek and forces Bürki to palm it away.
The full back was fed through, and his cutback picked out Spaniard Saul in the area. His left-footer took a deflection on its way past Bürki. The swift bee sting of a goal was more than a little reminiscent of Dortmund at their best under Favre.
His side look like they're trying to make amends in front of the home crowd, not least by shutting the visitors down.
Atletico have kept up a furious pace in the opening half hour, but most notably have their half of the pitch in complete lockdown whenever Dortmund seek to attack.
He's back on his feet and seems to be moving alright. Moments earlier, the offside flag halted what might have been an excellent chance for Griezmann, created down the same channel.
He'll have to take care for 85 long minutes now. The Moroccan's exceptional performance in the first leg might play a role in him being the victim of two early fouls, as BVB brainbox Stefan Buczko observes:.
Lucien Favre furiously scribbling notes already on the sideline as Atletico pin Dortmund back in their half. Fortunately, Lucien Favre did have Burki to rely on, but the goalkeeper cannot be expected to be on such fine form in every appearance.
Handed a free role on the left in the absence of Koke, Saul certainly took his chance. Mourinho and Pogba deny relationship is fractured.
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