Borussia Dortmund keeping their chase for runners up spot in current German Bundesliga standings alive and well as they grabbed a convincing home victory over Eintracht Frankfurt. Playing in front of their home crowd Dortmund immediately took an attacking shape as they pushed forward vigorously since the first minute and got in front after 10 minutes of play through Pierre Aubameyang.
Aumabeyang continue to cause problems for Frankfurt as he bagged his second on 21 minutes to give his side a comfortable lead as they go into half time break. Early in the second period, Robert Lewandowski extended Dortmund's victory with his goal on 47 minutes and Milo Jojic sealed the home team's big win with a fourth goal on 68 minutes. That win still putting Jurgen Klopp's men in second place but they're only a point behind current second place, Bayer Leverkusen.