Among the Borussens, Thorgan Hazard (69th) and Thomas Meunier (81st) rose during the game. Koen Casteels defended the Wolves cage. VfL dominated the first period but Haaland received a superb gift (a back pass) from Bote Baku and took the opportunity to beat Casteels (12th, 0-1). After that, there was a back and forth, but both teams lacked foresight in their actions to score. The second half started on the same pattern but Dortmund came closer to the goal than Wolfsburg: while he had beaten on a Manuel Akanji header, Casteels was happy to see Maximilian Arnold appear to clear the ball on the line (55th). Wolfsburg did not take advantage of the exclusion of Bellingham (59th). On the contrary, after intercepting a pass in his own penalty area, Mamoud Dahoud sent Haaland, who spun towards Casteels (68th, 0-2). In the standings, three days from the end of the championship, Dortmund remains 5th with 55 points but is only two points behind Wolfsburg (3rd) and only one over Frankfurt, which goes to Leverkusen in the evening. Haaland becomes 2nd best scorer in the Bundesliga after his 24th and 25th goals. He is preceded by the inaccessible Robert Lewandowski (Bayern) and his 36 goals.