Dortmund changed my life - Lambert

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert recalls his time at Borussia Dortmund, who are preparing for their second Champions League final on Saturday, and says his move to a side packed with world-class players "changed his whole life".

The Scottish midfielder signed for the German club from Motherwell in 1996 and a year later won the Champions League with them, beating Juventus in the final - and becoming the first British player to win the trophy with a foreign club.

Lambert tells BBC Sport's Pat Murphy what he learned about German football during his time at Dortmund - and how he marked Zinedine Zidane out of the final.

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