Real Madrid’s Achraf Hakimi helped Borussia Dortmund defeat his club’s rival Atletico Madrid by setting up three goals in a 4-0 win in the Champions League on Wednesday.
It was Atletico’s heaviest defeat of the season so far, and the worst in the Champions League with Diego Simeone as coach. The Europa League champions had only conceded five goals in nine Spanish League games.
Hakimi, who joined Dortmund on loan for two seasons in the summer, pulled the ball back for Axel Witsel to break the deadlock in the 39th minute and sent it back into the center for Raphael Guerreiro in the 73rd, 10 minutes before he set up Jadon Sancho to seal the win with a tap-in.
There was still time for Guerreiro to grab his second after a botched backpass from Filipe Luis in the 89th.
Club Brugge drew 1-1 at home with Monaco in the other Group A game. Dortmund leads with nine points from three games, three ahead of Atletico ahead of their return game in Madrid on Nov. 6.
Source: The Associated Press