Borussia Dortmund staged a dramatic comeback to beat Freiburg away from home to maintain their 100 percent winning start to the young season.

Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, Youssoufa Moukoko and Marius Wolf scored once each to help Dortmund come back 3-1 after going a goal down in the first half.

Edin Terzic handed their new striker Anthony Modeste, who was signed during the week as an emergency replacement for Sebastien Haller, a first start.

That did little to change his side’s fate as Freiburg went ahead in the 35th minute with Michael Gregoritsch’s looping header finding the back of the net for his second goal of the campaign.

The hosts continued to dominate the lacklustre Dortmund side with Gregoritsch firing over the bar after being left unmarked.

They were made to pay for their wastefulness as Dortmund found an equalizer out of nowhere through in the 77th minute when Jamie Bynoe-Gittens’ 25-meter effort was spilled by Freiburg goalkeeper Mark Flekken into the back of the net.

The goal gave the visitors all the motivation they needed and they went ahead in the 84th minute when Bynoe-Gittens set up Youssoufa Moukoko after a superb run before Marius Wolf finished things off in the 88th to seal all three points for Dortmund.

BVB sit atop the Bundesliga after two games in what looks like another promising start for the only side that can realistically challenge Bayern for the Bundesliga crown.

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