A goal in each half for Stuttgart condemns Borussia Dortmund to yet another defeat, and leaves Peter Bosz under huge pressure. Re-live all the major talking points from a dramatic game, as it happened.
90' FT — Stuttgart 2-1 Borussia Dortmund: Big, big win for Hannes Wolf's side. Stuttgart completely deserve the three points and climb two places to 10th. Dortmund, meanwhile, are a mess and are likely to slide down the table after this weekend's games are complete.
85' Dortmund running out of time. Guerriero is on — perhaps to add some quality at set pieces — but they're still toiling against an organized Stuttgart backline.
80' Dortmund looking a bit short on ideas. Their strategy seems to be to shuffle the ball out to Toljan on the right, but his crossing tonight has been abysmal.
72' Goal disallowed! Yarmolenko lifts the ball over Zieler with a fantastic finish — but he brought the ball down with his hand before finishing and it's chalked off. Good spot by the officials.
71' Huge chance Stuttgart! Asano crosses from the right and Özcan takes it on the volley but can't keep it down. Özcan has to get that on target — what an opportunity.
59' Dahoud is coming on for Dortmund. Kagawa making way.
55' Dortmund are a shambles. They look like being taken apart every time Stuttgart get the ball. Peter Bosz has to sort this lot out or it's going to be a very long season for them. And not so long for Bosz.
51' GOAL! Stuttgart 2-1 Borussia Dortmund — Brekalo puts Dortmund ahead! A simple ball over the top cuts Dortmund open and Brekelo cuts inside Zagadou and fires it low between his legs and under Burki, who got something on it but not enough to stop it.
46' We're back underway...
HT — And that's oranges. A horrible mix up between Bartra and Burki cost Dortmund, but they have created enough chances to feel they deserve to be level. 1-1 in Stuttgart.
45'+3 GOAL! Stuttgart 1-1 Borussia Dortmund — Schürrle sees his penalty saved, it was a poor penalty in truth. But Philipp was qucikest to react to the rebound and struck it first time into the roof of the net. Well taken by Philipp, and at a perfect time for Dortmund.
45'+2 PENALTY! Dortmund have a penalty for handball!
43' Ginczek is limping off, but the Stuttgart forward looks like he'll be able to run it off.
38'Baumgartl clatters into Yarmolenko, but the referee gives the Stuttgart man only a stern telling off.
36' Sokratis continuing but holding his abdomin and not looking comfortable. Meanwhile Schürrle whips in a brilliant cross from the right but no one is there for Dortmund and it flashes across the face of Zieler's goal.
32' Sokratis has taken a heavy blow and is down receiving treatment.
31'Toljan drives forward for Dortmund and looks to pick out Kagawa but his cross is a little tame and cut out for a corner — a corner that Stuttgart clear.
28' The ball squirts out to Götze, who only has enough time to poke the ball towards goal. Again, Zieler gets down and is equal to it.
25' Götze bursts forward on the break and looks to slip in Schürrle, but just over hits the pass.
19' Dortmund have reacted well to going behind, but the problem is that they're still behind. It's all a bit desperate from Peter Bosz's side, who lack any kind of plan or coherance. Stuttgart reasonably comfortable.
14' Schürrle is Dortmund's most dangerous player by a distance.
13' Schürrle with another effort on the spin from the edge of the box, but he can't get enough power on his shot.
8' Dortmund looking to make an immediate response as Schürrle waltzes into a shooting position, but Zieler bats it away.
5' GOAL! Stuttgart 1-0 Dortmund — Akolo has given Stuttgart an early lead but what a disaster at the back for Dortmund! Bartra overhits a back pass to Burki, who cannot control it, and Akolo nips in to take advantage and stroke the ball into the empty net. Whoops!
1' KICK OFF!
20:15 So Andre Schürrle makes his first start of the season for Dortmund. He comes in for Pulisic, who hasn't shaken off an injury. Here's a nice little stat about Schürrle and his good friend Mario Götze...
20:05 The teams are already in...
20:00 Good evening all. It's time to get our teeth stuck into the Bundesliga again, and we have a curious clash between Stuttgart, who can climb towards mid table with a win, and Borussia Dortmund, who haven't won a league game since September. Lose tonight, and Peter Bosz could find himself in a spot of trouble.