Onus on Dortmund to beat Bayern in quietest ever ‘Klassiker’

BERLIN (AP) — Borussia Dortmund has to beat Bayern Munich on Tuesday if anyone is to have a realistic chance of stopping the seven-time defending champion from claiming yet another Bundesliga title. Dortmund’s Raphaël Guerreiro says, “This game will be decisive. If we lose, it’s more or less over.” Dortmund is four points behind Bayern with seven games of the season remaining. The league was suspended for two months due to the threat of the new coronavirus and only allowed resume on May 16 under strict hygiene conditions. No supporters are allowed, ensuring Tuesday’s game in Dortmund’s 80,000-capacity Westfalenstadion will be the quietest ever Bundesliga clash between the old rivals.