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Borussia Dortmund's young guns shone in the absence of almost a dozen injured regulars to keep the side firmly on track for the Champions League knockout stages with a defiant 2-1 victory at Sporting Lisbon Tuesday.Dortmund have struggled without Marco Reus, Raphael Guerreiro, Sven Bender, Andre Schuerrle, Adrian Ramos and Gonzalo Castro among others, picking up a single point in their last two Bundesliga matches with an inexperienced lineup. However, there was no evidence of stage fright among Dortmund's talented youngsters Tuesday as they took a 2-0 first half lead in Portugal before holding on for a win that kept them top of Group F on seven points from three matches.
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