Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, an English teenager, leads Dortmund to a 3-1 comeback victory over Freiburg.

Borussia Dortmund beat Freiburg 3-1 in their Bundesliga clash . Englishman Jamie Bynoe-Gittens scores one goal and adds another to the scoreline .

BERLIN (BERLIN) – Borussia Dortmund came back to defeat Freiburg 3-1 on Friday with eighteen-year-old Englishman Jamie Bynoe-Gittens scoring one goal and adding another.Dortmund were able to rely on their young brigade when the game was about to end, with Bynoe-Gittens and 17-year-old Youssoufa Moukoko scoring two goals to give them a vital three points in their quest for their sixth Bundesliga title.Anthony Modeste, who started his Dortmund career just days after joining from FC Cologne, had a major influence in the early stages, with Marco Reus as his captain.In the 20th minute, Reus teed up Modeste to run into the left side of the penalty box, forcing Freiburg keeper Mark Flekken to make a save.

Freiburg then turned a switch, putting further emphasis on a troubled Dortmund defense that was now struggling.With 33 minutes to go, Roland Sallai took a free kick on the edge of the box.Vincenzo Grifo, a dead-ball specialist, stepped up to block Gregor Kobel in the box.Freiburg took the lead minutes later when former Dortmund defender Matthias Ginter spotted Michael Gregoritsch, who deftly drove a header over Kobel and into the top right corner of the penalty box.

The Englishman equalized with a spectacular strike from outside the box, renowned for his dribbling and assist.Despite the fact that Freiburg keeper Mark Flekken failed to save his shot, Bynoe-Gittens and Dortmund were spurred onto action.The former Manchester City academy player had a shot to put his team in front after 82 minutes, but was unable to stop a sharp Marius Wolf pass with the goal begging.Dortmund then set up Dortmunds second goal just a minute later when he slalomed past several Freiburg defenders on the edge of the field before delivering a no-look pass to Julian Brandt.

In the 88th minute, Wolf put the game beyond doubt, smashing a powerful shot over goalkeeper Flekken and into the bottom left corner of the net.Dortmund won their ninth game in a row under manager Terzic, breaking a record set by former mentor Juergen Klopp a decade ago.Freiburg's loss adds to their poor home form recently, with the Breisgauer now conceding 16 goals in their last six games at Europa Park Stadium.