Borussia Dortmund came from a goal⚽ down to beat 10-man Hoffenheim 3⃣-1⃣ at Signal Iduna Park on Sunday. Nagelsmann's side claimed 4⃣ points from matches against Werder Bremen and Mainz before their trip✈ to Dortmund. And Hoffenheim looked set to move out of the bottom 2⃣ when Sebastian Rudy opened the scoring⚽ midway through the first half on his 26th birthday🎉. However, a cynical😏 foul on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang⭐ prior to the hour mark earned the birthday🎉 boy goal-scorer a red card. That proved a turning🔄 point as second-placed Dortmund eventually showed their quality🙌🏻. Goals⚽ from Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Adrian Ramos and Aubameyang in the final stages settled👍🏻 the contest, as Nagelsmann came up short😔 against Thomas Tuchel, his former Augsburg reserves mentor.