Borussia Dortmund has ensured for some peace in the club environment by the 6-0 ridge victory against Borussia Mönchengladbach for the time being. However, the next directional match is imminent. The pressure on BVB coach Marco Rose is thus still big. Record National Player Lothar Matthäus sees first and foremost the team in the bringing debt.
3: 2, 2: 5, 3: 0, 2: 4, 6: 0: Borussia Dortmund experienced a change in the feelings in the past five competitions. Time to breathe away remains the BVB but not. Already on Thursday (21 clock live at RTL and RTL +) stands for the Black Yellow the Europa League second leg against the Rangers from Glasgow on the program.
The Bundesliga club has to make the 2-4 mortgage from the first duel. If the miracle absent, BVB continues to threaten uncomfortable times. In general, coach Marco Rose currently has to ask many uncomfortable questions. Lothar Matthäus does not see the 45-year-old as a major debt for the youngest crisis.
“As far as this team is concerned, I am rather involved the players and their view of performance,” Matthew defended the BVB coach in his “Sky” column: “I’m sure Marco Rose and his team offer everything When it comes to analyzing the opponent, to give the players the tool to the hand, explain everything to you down to the last detail what you have to do in the square. “
“At the end are adult men on the field…”
If the team does not implement the specifications at regular intervals at all, “then it is not always at the coach,” the TV expert made his view clearly.
At the 6-0 success against Gladbach, BVB showed on Sunday from his positive side. However, there is a lack of Dortmundern on the necessary constancy, as Matthäus held.
“Of course, the coach is asked that a team has to give the feeling that she can do that. But in the end, there are adult men in the field, which must also be ripping themselves at the belt, to deliver at week for week,” analyzed the World Champion of 1990. Matthäus’ conclusion: “Dortmund can do that, but it’s too rare.”