The Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund spine-tingling match in USA

Liverpool – Borussia Dortmund USA preseason friendly match gathered 40,000 fans of these two Special One Football Clubs who played agains each other a year after the Black and Yellows had won in a 3-1 friendly played in Charlotte in 2018.

This time the German side got another victory in their outstanding USA Tour so far, as they defeated the reigning Champions League winners 3-2 in the Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana.

Ahead of the kickoff the fans created an incredible atmosphere for the Liverpool Borussia Dortmund USA friendly, belting out the iconic ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ anthem.

The paid attendance at Notre Dame Stadium was 40,361, very close to the mark for the largest crowd to witness soccer in the state, which still remains the 41,983 football fans who watched an Internazionale vs Chelsea clash in 2013 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The match between two Special Ones Football Clubs led to a Borussia Dortmund win under Paco Alcacer, Thomas Delaney and Jacob Bruun Larsen goals all for the Bundesliga team, while Harry Wilson and Rhian Brewster bagged for Liverpool FC.

Feelings after the match were positive for both sides as Jurgen Klopp took good conclusions from the first game of Liverpool’s US pre-season trip. “You could see that Dortmund are a step further in their preparations but there was a lot of good things for us as well.”

It was not the most impressive crowd for a football match in the US but the supporters of both teams drew an harmony that has become a regular standard in every Liverpool Borussia Dortmund USA match as well as other matches in Europe.

Also, the extreme conditions and the insta-turf seemed an obvious challenge for Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund, which provided a spine-tingling clash and gave joy to the 40,000 fans who attend this special match in the US.