December 6, 2022

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Match beyond football: Borussia Dortmund and Dynamo Kyiv strike terror (and a lot of money for Ukraine)

Match beyond football: Borussia Dortmund and Dynamo Kyiv strike terror (and a lot of money for Ukraine)

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Dynamo Kyiv beat Borussia Dortmund 2-3 in a training match. Football was played in a stadium full of peace in Ukraine, and this money brought 400,000 euros.

Vincent van Gensten

There were no Belgians playing for the home team. But there it is: toppers like Erling Haaland, Marco Reus, and Emre Can. Both teams raised the “Stop the War” banner before the start of the whistle. The Ukrainian national anthem also echoed at Signal Iduna Park and players played with yellow-blue ribbons around their wrists. The match was started by 13-year-old Nikita, who fled from Kyiv to Berlin with his mother.

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Dortmund then scored first, via Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (4′). Then the Ukrainian fans jumped right after the equalizer by Vitaly Boyalsky and 1-2 by Vladislav Vanat. The latter scored 1-3 before the end of the first half, after which Tom Roth scored the final score.

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In the end, 400,000 were collected for Ukraine, which is at war with Russia.

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