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Dortmund wants to go to Wembley Stadium again

Dortmund wants to go to Wembley Stadium again

One thing is already clear ahead of the Champions League semi-final second leg: Austria will be represented in the final – at least on paper. David Alaba (Real Madrid, currently recovering and without a problem) or Konrad Laimer (Bayern Munich) will celebrate reaching the final on Wednesday. Already today (9pm) Styria's Marcel Sabitzer can secure a place for the final at Wembley Stadium with Borussia Dortmund. The Germans defended their 1-0 lead in the first leg against Paris Saint-Germain. It wouldn't be a surprise if Sabitzer, who has been at the top of his game, leaves his mark on this match as well. The 30-year-old has recently made his way onto the screen and has provided crucial accents for the black and yellow team on several occasions. Teammates and coaches showered the ÖFB player with praise. Together with his teammates, he must ensure that Dortmund reaches the final at Wembley Stadium for the second time since 2013. At that time, Borussia had to admit defeat to Bayern Munich 1:2. “Reaching the final again would be a big step. It will put us in the spotlight all over Europe and perhaps we can rewrite Wembley history,” says sporting director Sebastian Kehl.

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