Dortmund’s Marc Bartra laments the draw in Nicosia.
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Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz admits the Germans face an uphill Champions League battle after struggling to a draw at APOEL Nicosia while Tottenham Hotspur earned a point at Real Madrid.Bosz said Dortmund have now got their work cut out in their next two home games – against APOEL in a fortnight and Spurs on Nov. 21 – before facing holders Real away.Dortmund, the 2013 Champions League finalists, are third in Group H, trailing both Real and Spurs by six points after having to come from behind in their 1-1 draw at Cyprus side APOEL Tuesday in Nicosia.
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