Reus Shines in Dominate 4-0 Victory as Borussia Dortmund Bids Farewell to Darmstadt

In his farewell match at Signal Iduna Park, Marco Reus bid adieu with a goal and an assist, helping Borussia Dortmund secure a victory to conclude their league season. Reus set up Ian Maatsen for the first goal thirty minutes into the game, then scored an impressive free-kick just eight minutes later to give Dortmund the lead. Donyell Malen added another goal, his 13th of the season, after Julian Brandt capitalized on Jadon Sancho’s pass. Despite hitting the woodwork multiple times, Dortmund dominated as Darmstadt failed to pose a significant threat. The win secured Dortmund the fifth spot for a Champions League position, while Darmstadt faced relegation.

Statistically, Reus has been directly involved in 251 Bundesliga goals (156 goals, 95 assists) over 391 games, making him the third player to achieve this feat since his Bundesliga debut in August 2009, following Thomas Müller with 318 and Robert Lewandowski with 367. Reus concludes his season with nine goals and seven assists in all competitions, aiming to add to this count in his final game for Dortmund in the Champions League final against Real Madrid on June 1.

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