Tuchel’s biggest concern remains Dortmund’s backline which has proved shaky.
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Borussia Dortmund have shown two faces this season, with their lackluster domestic form in stark contrast to their scintillating European run, which they hope to extend against Benfica in the Champions League round of 16 Tuesday. With just two wins from their past seven Bundesliga games, Thomas Tuchel's team have long dropped out of the title race and Saturday's shock 2-1 loss to bottom side Darmstadt 98 left them 15 points adrift of leaders Bayern Munich.But the Ruhr Valley club have been sensational in the Champions League, thriving on the big stage and scoring a record 21 goals to top their group ahead of Real Madrid.
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