My name is Boris. By day, I’m a student at Dusseldorf University, but when the weekend comes, I become a member of Borussia Dortmund’s mighty Yellow Wall. And when you’re on that Yellow Wall, you’re part of something much bigger. The Yellow Wall is the largest single terrace in Europe, it holds 25,000 people. I’ve arrived at Westfalenstadion. It’s time to meet up with my friends and have a few beers. Cheers. Cheers. Bratwurst, beer, Borussia: That’s what it’s about. Mario Gotze! There are guys on the Sudtribune that certainly are like the orchestrators. They’re the heart and soul for the Yellow Wall, and everybody follows. We’re all there for the love and the passion for Borussia Dortmund and the game of football, and it’s the one thing that unites everybody. A vital game this evening for Dortmund, as they entertain Bayer Leverkusen. Sancho whips the ball in, and it’s finished off by Zagadou! That’s the start they wanted. Leverkusen trying to get right back into it. Volland with the shot, and it’s sneaked in at the near post. Abdou Diallo on the left hand side, hangs up the cross, Sancho! Come on! When we score, there’s no better place to be. Gotze! Surely now, that’s three points for Dortmund. All of my friends say the same; when you’re on that Yellow Wall, you’re part of something much bigger. It’s certainly the heart of Borussia Dortmund. Dortmund march on. This incredible season continues to produce great drama at the Westfalenstadion. That was a close one. As you can hear, I lost a little bit of my voice. Really, really happy, drained, exhausted. But whatever happens, win, lose or draw, we’ll always be behind our team.