Despite going 1-0 down, Borussia Dortmund stayed on the ball, enjoying 58% of possession, and Edin Terzic ultimately turned the game around with three goals from substitutes. Match facts for the game in Freiburg.
Coach’s record: Edin Terzic was the first BVB coach to celebrate nine Bundesliga victories in a row (seven of them from Matchday 28 to 34 in the 2020/21 season).
Perfect start: Borussia Dortmund have won their first two Bundesliga games for the first time since 2019/20. In the last two seasons, BVB lost their first away game (2-0 in Augsburg and 2-1 in Freiburg).
Scoring substitutes: The last time three goals were scored by substitutes in a Bundesliga game was in Leipzig’s 4-1 win against Fürth on 23 October 2021. Borussia Dortmund last managed it on 6 October 2018, when – for the only time in the history of the Bundesliga – a team scored four goals from substitutes in the 4-3 victory over Augsburg. However, on that occasion, there were only two different scorers: Paco Alcácer and Mario Götze.
Off the bench: Last season, Borussia Dortmund were the team with the most goals from substitutes (14). The three assists in Freiburg also came from substitutes (Moukoko for 1-1 and 1-3, Brandt for 1-2).
The youngest: Youssoufa Moukoko used his first shot of the season to score his sixth goal in the Bundesliga in total. At 17.7 years, no Bundesliga player has scored six Bundesliga goals at such a young age.
Shot-stopper: As against Leverkusen, Gregor Kobel made several impressive saves, stopping five Freiburg shots on goal.
Old Borussia: With the BVB debut of Anthony Modeste, 34, the age of the starting eleven was 27.9 years – the oldest it has been in competitive games in calendar year 2022.