Topspiel by name, Topspiel by nature. On Saturday evening in Dortmund, BVB and Werder Bremen battled out a 2-2 draw which served as a true advert for German football. After only seven minutes, Milot Rashica showed everyone how important he is for the team with a superb strike on the half-volley to mark his return from injury. Dortmund wasted no time in fighting back and found themselves level courtesy of a Mario Götze not two minutes after going behind. With half time approaching, Marco Reus nodded the hosts in front, but Werder cancelled it out soon into the second half, as Sargent’s flick on from the corner was guided in by Marco Friedl at the back post. End-to-end football followed with good chances being created at both ends: a real spectacle, which could have gone either way, but ended in a draw.