Haaland scores 95th-minute winner as Dortmund keep pressure on Bayern

After Raphael Guerreiro saw a goal disallowed for offside at Fortuna Dusseldorf, it looked for all the world it would be one of those days for a Dortmund side lacking their usual snap and sparkle. Having sat out the last two matches because of a knee injury, Haaland was introduced from the bench by Lucien Favre on the hour mark and injected some life into a lacklustre performance. But the late goal was a devastating blow for Fortuna, who minutes earlier might have snatched an unlikely winner - and teed up a Bayern coronation later on - when Steven Skrzybski stuck the post.  They remain third bottom - on course for the relegation play-off - but are now level on points with Werder Bremen, who battered Paderborn, and in deep trouble.   Fortuna Dusseldorf (3-1-4-2): Kastenmeier; Ayhan, Hoffmann, Gisselmann; Sobottka (Morales 81), Zimmermann, Stoger, Berisha, Suttner (Skrzybski 76); Karaman (Hennings 81), Thommy (Zimmer 83) Substitutes not used: Rensing (GK); Bormuth, Jorgensen, Kownacki, Ofori Manager: Uwe Rosler Booked: Gisselmann   Borussia Dortmund (3-4-3): Burki; Piszczek, Hummels, Akanji; Hakimi, Can, Witsel (Haaland 61), Guerreiro; Sancho, Brandt, Hazard (Reyna 74) Substitutes not used: Hitz (GK); Balerdi, Morey, Pherai, Raschl, Schmelzer, Schulz  Manager: Lucien Favre Scorer: Haaland 90+5  Booked: Hazard, Akanji, Hakimi  Referee: Sascha Stegemann  Slideshow: Fifty players we wish had played in the Premier League (FourFourTwo)