Marco Reus and Henrikh Mkhitaryan seal Bundesliga win for Dortmund at Mainz in clash of Jurgen Klopp's old teams

Borussia Dortmund beat Mainz 05 2-0 on Friday in coach Thomas Tuchel's return to his former club, ending their three-game win less run in the Bundesliga as they closed in on leaders Bayern Munich.
Borussia Dortmund celebrated a 2-0 victory at FSV Mainz in the Bundesliga on Friday night
Borussia Dortmund celebrated a 2-0 victory at FSV Mainz in the Bundesliga on Friday night
Marco Reus put Dortmund ahead in the 18th minute but the Germany international, criticized for a string of weak performances recently for club and country, saw his second half penalty saved as Dortmund wasted several good chance to score.

Dortmund players celebrate after Marco Reus gave them the lead in the first half in Mainz
Dortmund players celebrate after Marco Reus gave them the lead in the first half in Mainz
Dortmund's first alliance win since Sept. 23, took them to 20 focuses, four behind Bayern who tackle Werder Bremen on Saturday.
It was the first run through back at Mainz for Tuchel, who had an effective five-year spell at the club with two Europa League capabilities before a caustic split last season and an one-year vacation.

Be that as it may, the 42-year-old Dortmund mentor needed to persevere through an apprehensive amusement with his players inefficient yet again this season and Mainz hitting the woodwork.
Dortmund defender Sokratis (right) and Mainz defender Stefan Bell contest an aerial battle
Dortmund defender Sokratis (right) and Mainz defender Stefan Bell contest an aerial battle
Reus put the visitors ahead with his third goal of the season after a fine combination between Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who missed out on setting a league record of scoring in 11 consecutive Bundesliga matches.

Instead of adding another, out-of-form Reus had his penalty saved by Mainz's Loris Karius and the player, along with Aubameyang and Shinji Kagawa, squandered half a dozen more opportunities before Mkhitaryan rounded the keeper to seal their sixth victory in nine matches eight minutes from time.

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