Borussia Dortmund suffered their first loss in the Bundesliga this year, with Werder Bremen beating them 3-2, scoring three goals in injury time. Borussia Dortmund head coach Edin Terzic was unhappy with Borussia Dortmund‘s performance and how they were overpowered in the final stages in their first defeat in the Bundesliga this season by Werder Bremen. Thorgan Hazard had the opportunity to triple the lead, but the Belgian international hit the post from a promising position in the 80th minute.

Despite an obvious consolation goal for Werder Bremen by Lee Buchanan, curling deftly in the top corner just inside Bremen’s net, Dortmund was heading to a 2-1 win at home not convincing but just good enough to put them on top of the Bundesliga on the night, with three wins out of three. Then Werder Bremen mounted a stunning comeback, stunning the home side, with the visitors becoming the first Bundesliga side to score three goals this late into the game. The stunning comeback saw Werder Bremen become the first team to win over a team that had lost by more than one goal going into the 89th minute over a couple from Europe’s top five leagues over the past 13 seasons.

Newly promoted Werder Bremen came from behind with three last-gasp goals in the space of six minutes to upset Borussia Dortmund on the road in their Bundesliga Round 3 match on Saturday. Scotland striker Oliver Burke did not have words for their sensational comeback, with Werder becoming the first team to win in the last 13 seasons in the top five European leagues when Dortmund lost on multiple goals going into the 89th minute, as per ESPN. “I do not have words for that “minutes later, Scotland striker Oliver Burke sent the ball sailing past both defenders on the side of the goal sealing the victory for his side in the 95th minute. Werder Bremen has an immense mountain to climb, with Scotland’s leading man Oliver Burke pleased with how well they performed. Werder had no control of the game; even though they were down 2-0, it was like this throughout the 90 minutes.

The crowd of 81,365 was buzzing with anticipation, watching Edin Terzic‘s team take a commanding lead after a poor performance in the first half. During his first season in command, head coach Edin Terzi became the first at the club to manage nine straight victories in the Bundesliga. Despite playing poorly to start the season, his team defeated Bayer Leverkusen and Freiburg. Then came the surprise on Saturday, when Dortmund broke an unwelcomed Bundesliga record.