Borussia Dortmund's Yellow Wall put on a real show for Barcelona's visit

Borussia Dortmund's famous Yellow Wall put on a show vs Barcelona

There are few teams in world football more universally loved than Germany's Borussia Dortmund.

Lucien Favre's side have a huge neutral following across the globe, which is mainly down to their incredible stadium and support.

The Signal Iduna Park is a footballing amphitheatre, possessing a humungous free-standing grandstand which holds around 25,000 fans - known as the Yellow Wall.

Whenever a big team pays a visit to Dortmund, the Yellow Wall comes out in full force and it was no different in their Champions League tie against Barcelona last night.

And the videos and images of the grandstand prior to kick-off show that amazingly, the Dortmund fans even surpassed their own lofty standards yesterday evening.

Just take a look at the evidence below and marvel at the greatest supporters in world football.

Simply breathtaking.

If for some reason, a trip to Dortmund was not on your footballing bucket list, it simply has to be now. You're even allowed to drink a nice cold beer in the stands.

The game itself was one of the best 0-0's in quite a while, with Barca lucky to leave Germany with a point despite the reintroduction of Lionel Messi as a second-half substitute.

Dortmund hero Marco Reus missed a second-half penalty, while summer signing Julian Brandt struck the crossbar late on with a thunderous long-range effort.

Reus missed a second-half penalty vs Barcelona

The two sides will meet again on match day five on November 27 in what could be a crucial game in the context of the group.

Both teams are favourites to progress, but Inter Milan and Slavia Prague - who drew 1-1 at the San Siro last night - may have something to say about that.

Right now, it's all to play for in Group F.

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