Rapha毛l Guerreiro has been one of the standout players since the resumption of the Bundesliga, and the Portuguese international was on target again as his side beat Wolfsburg 2-0 on Saturday.

Guerreiro made it three goals in two games since Germany football returned, scoring the opener after a trademark run into the penalty box in the first half. Dortmund have now won six consecutive league games in their bid to challenge champions Bayern Munich.

The 2019-20 season is now the most prolific of Guerreiro鈥檚 career, with eight Bundesliga goals surpassing his previous highest tally of seven in France with Lorient five years ago. Guerreiro鈥檚 total for the current season is now one goal fewer than he scored in his first three seasons in Germany combined.

Dortmund remain four points behind Bayern, who beat Eintracht Frankfurt 5-2 at their Allianz Arena home. Gon莽alo Paci锚ncia missed the math for Frankfurt, but Andr茅 Silva started and played the full ninety minutes for the visitors.

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I mentioned this a few months ago but I鈥檒l say it again. Raphael needs to be our left sided winger and it鈥檚 really very simple to see this and if Santos can鈥檛 see it than god help him. Assuming our players continue where they left off, here鈥檚 my...

I mentioned this a few months ago but I鈥檒l say it again. Raphael needs to be our left sided winger and it鈥檚 really very simple to see this and if Santos can鈥檛 see it than god help him. Assuming our players continue where they left off, here鈥檚 my 11.
Rui
Ricardo Pepe Ruben ?
William
Bernardo Bruno Raphael
Ronaldo Jota

I just think Raphael is too good going forward and he鈥檚 to much of a liability defending. Here鈥檚 the deal, one things for sure is that I鈥檇 rather see Raphael playing there instead of Joao Felix, Guedes, bruma or Pizzi/Rafa. Felix snd Renato can sub in depending on who we鈥檙e playing for tactical reasons. Basically I think we have a center back problem(Pepe) and a left back problem. Our left back problem wouldn鈥檛 really be a problem if Raphael could play there and have the license to attack freely similar to what Marcelo does but that鈥檚 not possible because Pepe, Ruben Dias and William aren鈥檛 as fast as Varane, Sergio Ramos and Casemiro are to clean up the mess. I don鈥檛 know, I just really like Raphael and I hate seeing him not contributing offensively to this team because we need that threat on the left side. Hope you鈥檙e all doing well and are healthy.

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Pepe is too old no? Can Cancelo switch to left back?

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Cancelo May be an option. Ruben Vinagre should be ready soon too - though he is also a defensive liability

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This was our year, an exact replica of 2016. Next year we'll suck. Thank the Chinese and American bioweapons departments for sicking our shine. Because of imperialism, we've failed once again to solidify our claim among the naysayers. There are...

This was our year, an exact replica of 2016. Next year we'll suck. Thank the Chinese and American bioweapons departments for sicking our shine. Because of imperialism, we've failed once again to solidify our claim among the naysayers. There are many out there, and we could've shoved it down their throats.

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