Dortmund are the only unbeaten team in Germany’s top flight after Werder Bremen earlier blew their chance to overtake Bayern. AFP / dpa / Rolf Vennenbernd
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New signing Paco Alcacer came off the bench to score two goals and seal Borussia Dortmund's 4-2 win as they fought back from two goals down at Bayer Leverkusen Saturday to knock Bayern Munich from top spot in the Bundesliga. Alcacer, on loan from Barcelona until June, came on after 63 minutes with his team 2-0 down, but tucked away goals on 85 and 94 minutes to cap the fight back after Dortmund had drawn level.Midfielder Jacob Bruun Larsen, 20, drilled home the first on 64 minutes.Dortmund went ahead for the first time on 85 minutes when Alcacer lunged to guide a cross by defender Achraf Hakimi, on loan from Real Madrid, into the Leverkusen net.Dortmund are the only unbeaten team in Germany's top flight after Werder Bremen earlier blew their chance to overtake Bayern by losing 2-1 at Stuttgart, even though the host's goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler conceded a howler of an own goal.
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