Robert Lewandowski's 18th-minute strike gives Borussia Dortmund the half-time lead against Marseille.
Borussia Dortmund have gone in 1-0 up against Marseille at half time in their Group F tie in the Champions League this evening.
Poland striker Robert Lewandowski put last season's runners-up in front after 18 minutes when they broke on the counter, and a slick move involving Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marco Reus ended up with Lewandowski tapping in.
BVB should perhaps feel that they deserve to be more than just a goal up, having dominated proceedings from early on against the Ligue 1 visitors.
Reus almost got free on goal towards the end of the first after a long pass from Nuri Sahin, but Nicolas N'Koulou did well to stop the German international.
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