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Shortly after, a Piszczek effort was deflected behind for a corner and Reus strolled over to curl the ball onto head of Papastathopoulos, the former Werder Bremen defender sending the ball unstoppably past Hitz from six yards out.Each time Dortmund attacked, it looked like another goal may be scored, particularly when Mkhitaryan got on the ball. Even without summer signings Ciro Immobile and Ramos, who were left on the bench, Dortmund's attack appeared irresistible, but they still showed one or two gaps in their defence with Nikola Djurdjic unable to capitalise with Augsburg's best chance in the 37th minute.
Dortmund seemed to step off the accelerator a little in the second half, but Augbsurg were unable to capitalise. The visitors then clinically launched an attack out of nothing with Reus sending Aubameyang through on goal, but his placed effort was saved well low down by Hitz.Hitz got down to deny Mkhitaryan again, but the ball fell loose this time for Ramos to add a third. It seemed like game, set and match, but the hosts had other ideas. Substitute Bobadilla pulled a goal back before Matavz headed in a second late on.With the game entering stoppage time, a fine save from Roman Weidenfeller at his near post was required to preserve Dortmund's points.
Celtic were denied a place in the UEFA Champions League group stages by plucky Slovenian champions Maribor. The Glasgow giants had been given a second chance to reach the first-round proper of Europe's top club competition after previous opponents Legia Warsaw were punished for fielding an ineligible player in the third round of qualifying.Ronny Deila's Hoops earned a creditable draw in north-east Slovenia last week but, back at Celtic Park, their dreams unravelled as Marcos Tavares' 75th-minute goal earned the visitors a 2-1 aggregate victory.Earlier on Tuesday, Zenit St. Petersburg became the first play-off hopefuls to book their place in the group stages after completing a 4-0 aggregate win over Standard Liege at the Petrovsky Stadium.Andre Villas-Boas' men doubled their one-goal lead through Jose Salomon Rondon on the half-hour mark and, despite the fact Viktor Fayzulin saw red just before the break.
Second-half brace from Hulk made the outcome safe. Any remote hopes Standard harboured of mounting a last-gasp comeback were ended when Ricardo Faty was sent off just before the final whistle.Goals from Yacine Brahimi and Jackson Martinez helped Porto dominate Lille at the Estadio do Dragao. The intriguing tie was finely poised following the Portuguese club's narrow first-leg victory but back on home turf Julen Lopetegui's side were more confident and took the lead through summer signing Brahimi in the 49th minute.Colombian hitman Martinez struck in the 75th minute to make it 3-0 on aggregate to the 2004 European champions.
Representing Cyprus in Friday's draw will be APOEL FC, who scored four goals past Aalborg without reply to progress 5-1 on aggregate. Vinicius notched inside two minutes and further strikes from Tomas De Vincenti, Stathis Aloneftis and Cillian Sheridan fired the Nicosia outfit well clear of their Danish opponents.Elsewhere, BATE Borisov were comfortable 4-1 aggregate winners over Slovan Bratislava.Mikhail Gordeichuk opened the scoring for the Belarusian champions and late goals from Sergey Krivets and Vitali Rodionov put Bratislava to bed. Guinea striker Seydouba Soumah saw red for the Slovakian club 11 minutes from time.http://lifespace.cc/profiles/blogs/before-raul-bobadilla-pulled