Playing their last league match of 2021, the BVB women were able to maintain their one-hundred percent record; a comfortable 5-0 win away to SV Körne meant the Black & Yellows remain league leaders in the Kreisliga A. Their record is impressive: nine games, nine wins, 67 goals scored, zero goals conceded.  

It thus came as little surprise that Dortmund coach Thomas Sulewski was so delighted about how the first half of the season has gone: ''There was no way anyone expected us to do so well and manage to not concede a single goal in the league. We've worked hard for this. Now we can enjoy looking at the league table.''

Playing in front of a crowd of 500 spectators away to the sixth-placed side in the league, BVB controlled the early stages of the match. The first chance of the match fell to Annika Billig, but she failed to hit the target from close range after a delivery from a corner by Luisa Bergmann. However, the Black & Yellows were soon able to grab the lead in the tenth minute, as Carolin Kaul applied the finishing touches to a precise cross from Laura Höhl. 

Kimberly Becker had a golden opportunity to make it 2-0 in the 17th minute, but she was unable to get the better of SV goalkeeper Theresa Wiersch. Five minutes later,  Laura Höhl grabbed BVB's second goal with a perfect first-time finish (22). Not long afterwards, Wiersch did well to keep out a powerful volley from Heim, but Dortmund kept piling on the pressure. In the 42nd minute, Kaul grabbed her second goal of the game: the BVB striker slotted the ball into the right-hand corner of the net after being played in by Heim, who notched up her second assist of the game. 

The first highlight of the second half came from Bergmann, but her shot posed no real problem for Wiersch in the Körne goal. In the 52nd minute, a misplaced backpass was played towards BVB goalkeeper Sandra Schröer. She did her best to hoover up the loose ball, but ended up chopping an onrushing Körne striker to the ground and was shown a red card. ''The sending off was really frustrating, we should have dealt with that situation more intelligently,'' said Sulewski. 

Lena Kölmel came on to replace the ever dependable Schröer in goal, with Carolin Kaul making way outfield. Kölmel was immediately required to make a save from the free-kick resulting from the red-card foul. Down the other end, the Black & Yellows had a big chance to extend their lead. However, Virginia Glänzer couldn't find the back of the net after being played in on goal by Lisa Klemann. Borussia remained the dominant team and were able to deftly move the ball around the park. 

Being one player down made little difference, quite the opposite in fact: in the 68th minute, Heim curled the ball into the right-hand corner from the left of the box to extend the lead to 4-0. Shortly afterwards, Dortmund's left-winger added another one, as she got on the end of a Bergmann corner to make it 5-0. ''It was a deserved win. We were unusually sloppy in a few situations, but we still won in the end and maintained our clean sheet,'' summarised Sulewski.

BVB: Schröer – Fälker (46, Klemann), Jung, Glänzer, Gerres – Bergmann, Becker (61, Zabell) – Höhl, Billig, Heim (72, Lau)  – Kaul (55, Kölmel)

Goals: 1-0 Kaul (10), 2-0 Höhl (22), 3-0 Kaul (42), 4-0 Heim (68), 5-0 Heim (72)