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Subotic flicks pink winner in the snow
by Samuel Charles, October 29th, 2012 1:33AM

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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] Neven Subotic's beautiful flick of a Marco Reus free kick, amid miserable conditions at Freiburg, helped Borussia Dortmund close the gap in Germany with a 2-0 win.

One week ago Borussia Dortmund lost at home to second-place Schalke 04, and record-setting Bayern Munich widened the gap over the two-time defending Bundesliga champion to 12 points.

A week later, after a rousing home win over Real Madrid in the Champions League Wednesday, a win in the snow Saturday, and Bayern Munich’s first loss Sunday, late at home to Bayern Leverkusen, 2-1, Dortmund has cut the lead of its Bavarian rival to 9 points, and sits perched atop Group D in the UCL.

Mario Goetze scored the second at Freiburg, after current Serbian international, and former U.S. youth international, Subotic, cut in front of this low free kick by Reus in the 54th minute, flicking the vision friendly pink ball through the elements, and into the bottom corner, giving Dortmund the lead for good. Both goals ...



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