This are getting exceptionally frenetic in Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund, a game which has just seen visiting Dortmund take the lead through the figure of transfer rumour darling Mario Goetze. Bayern's response has been very strong - they're doing their level best to blast straight through the heart of Roman Weidenfeller's defence, but it's actually been Dortmund who've come closest to scoring a second.
The defending champions have actually managed to get the ball into the back of Manuel Neuer's net again, with Robert Lewandowski being played clean through by Goetze, rounding the keeper, and slotting home only to see his goal ruled out for offside. The call was correct, but it was the definition of marginal, and Bayern are perhaps lucky it didn't stand. Of course, the home side's response was to go straight back on the attack, with Luis Gustavo forcing Weidenfeller into an excellent save from a long-range drive and then somehow denying Franck Ribery when he was one-on-one against the France winger.
It's still 1-0 here, but if things keep going like this, I wouldn't put that much money on it staying that way.